Category Archives: General
The Summer issue will be posted online for download June 21, and they will be posted to the mail 7/6. As you can see from the cover, it’s a very stimulating issue, with several new writers. I call particular attention to the lead article, by Claire Ellis, based on her dissertation under the supervision of […]
The Dutch alt-right and identitarian group Erkenbrand, which has rapidly grown over the past years, will be organizing a major conference on October 14, 2017. Foreign visitors are very much invited to attend the conference, which will be held in English, as an opportunity to network across borders and foster an international brotherhood of […]
Downloadable pdfs for the censored chapters of Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s 200 Years Together are now available.
Right-Wing Authoritianism (RWA) and Social Dominant Orientation (SDO) are two scales frequently used to measure political attitudes. They aim to redefine authoritarianism and equality respectively by redefining common concepts in such a manner that you would be seen as having a mental disorder if you disagree with the tenets of wealth redistribution and forcing equal […]
Here is Justin Murphy describing his background, research, and activism: Why is there not more rebellion against status quo institutions? How have economic and political processes pacified our capacity for radical collective action? As a political scientist, I am interested in the roles played by information, communication, and ideology in the pacification of political resistance […]
I did an “Ask me anything” at VOAT on May 5th. It’s a bit like speed dating because it’s all done quickly and without a lot of deliberation. This is a somewhat edited version, including some comments on some of my replies and my comments. Sorry I didn’t get around to all the questions. People […]
“The Times’ accounts of what took place at each of those places contains the greatest exaggerations, and the account of what took place at some of those places is absolutely untrue.” British Consul-General Stanley on the Russian ‘pogroms,’ January 1882. Introduction The 19th-century humorist Josh Billings once wrote that “there is no greater evidence of […]