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  1. Gender Bender: Feminist Ideology Goes Off the Deep End

    Recurring in feminist ideology is the notion that gender expression and gender roles are almost entirely based upon expectations set by society, not biology. Feminists often take issue with the “gendering” of toys, characters, and expectations. On some fundamental level, I do not take issue with the idea that sex roles can change throughout history. […]

  2. Anthropology’s Obsession with African Origins

    There is renewed interest in the “Out of Africa” theory of human origins because of a study showing sub-Saharan Africans interbred with an extinct hominid species. This article, originally posted in January, 2014, provides other reasons for being skeptical of African origins and shows how the “Out of Africa” theory has been promoted partly for […]

  3. The Jewish War on White Australia: The Anti-Defamation Commission and “Click Against Hate,” Part 2 of 4

    As discussed in Part 1 of this article, “Click Against Hate” was devised by the Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) as an “early-intervention” program for Australian schoolchildren. I was recently forwarded a recording of a “Click Against Hate” session conducted by a Jewish activist named Brett Kaye (featured in the above photograph). At no point during the […]

  4. Review: How the Jews Defeated Hitler: Exploding the Myth of Passivity in the Face of Nazism, Part 2 of 2

    Go to Part 1. After the outbreak of war, Jews were instrumental in restructuring the American economy in order to finance the cost of fighting it — ushering in what has been called ‘the military-industrial complex” and the massive expansion of government power. One of the key features of the Jewish historical profile has been […]

  5. Right Wing Authoritarianism and Social Dominant Orientation Scales as Liberal/Left Propaganda  

    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 […]

  6. My “Ask Me Anything” on VOAT

    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 […]

  7. Wagner Reclaimed: A Review of “The Ring of Truth” by Roger Scruton, Part 1

    Roger Scruton is Britain’s (many would say the world’s) leading conservative philosopher and intellectual. His prolific output includes books on philosophy, politics, art, architecture, music and aesthetics. Scruton, who was knighted in 2016, writes with unusual clarity and fluency and is a model for how to combine analytical rigor with lucidity and accessibility. His critiques […]