Entries by Thomas Dalton, Ph.D.

The Emperor’s New Mask:  Where is the Evidence?

On March 10, Texas effectively eliminated all restrictions related to the Covid pandemic.  The shutdown ended, restaurant capacities were restored to 100%, and perhaps most significantly for everyday life, mask mandates were lifted.  Masks are the most visible, and the most individually obtrusive, aspect of the pandemic.  At present, 34 states have some form of […]

Lessons from the Trumpistan Coup

Now that we’ve had the luxury of a few days to digest things, let’s take a look at the January 6th “event” in Washington and see what we can reasonably and logically conclude.  There is much that we don’t know, much that we can’t know, and yet much that is certain, or nearly so.  We […]

The Case for Secession

“Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution.” Allen West, Chair, Texas GOP Now that the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris regime and their Jewish entourage are measuring the curtains at the White House, it’s time to consider next steps.  As bad as things are for White […]

Call for papers: National Socialism and the Third Reich

CLEMENS & BLAIR, LLC Call for Contributors 1 November 2020 New anthology book ESSAYS ON NATIONAL SOCIALISM AND THE THIRD REICH Thomas Dalton, PhD, editor In cooperation with Clemens & Blair LLC publishers, we are initiating a new book project, to be  comprised of all-new essays related to truthful, objective, and positive assessments of National […]

True Q:  Elements of Truth in the QAnon Conspiracy

Sympnoia panta (“All things conspire”). Hippocrates[1] “I know nothing about QAnon.” Donald J. Trump[2] What can be more fun than a conspiracy?  Conspiracies are sneaky, salacious, cryptographic, lurid, and enticing.  They promise secret knowledge of the inner workings of society—knowledge that only a relative few possess, thus empowering the knower.  They claim to identify and […]

Dissecting Tucker Carlson

For many on the dissident right, Fox News’ primetime anchor Tucker Carlson is a kind of hero.  He’s pro-Trump and anti-liberal.  He comes off as a true (“paleo”) conservative, and rails against the neo-con agendas of the dominant Right.  He calls out attacks on Whites, both physical and ideological.  He exposes lies and hypocrisy in […]

A Thousand Points: Reply to Commentators

My latest TOO essay, “A Thousand Points of White”, and the piece by Giles Corey that inspired it (“American Roulette”), have drawn over 200 comments combined—a sign that such matters are of some importance.  This is unsurprising, given the chaos of recent months.  It also provides a good opportunity to respond to some of these […]