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Greg Johnson & Kevin MacDonald Discuss the Midterm Elections on The Political Cesspool

Greg Johnson and Kevin MacDonald were the guests on Saturday’s broadcast of The Political Cesspool with James Edwards, where they discussed the 2022 US midterm elections, and it is now available for download and online listening. Topics discussed include: 01:25 Greg Johnson’s take on the US midterm elections 07:08 On blue state secession 09:05 Did Donald Trump learn his lesson the […]


A Depressing Election

I am not in the least bit susceptible to depression, but I have to admit that as Tuesday night wore on, I found I was getting depressed. And on Wednesday I was really down. If you watch conservative media, you were expecting a red wave, and there was even talk of a paradigm shift as […]


Who Wins, Who Loses Gen. Milley’s Long War?

  For 40 years of the Cold War, Ukraine was an integral part of the Soviet Union. In 1991, Bush I warned Ukrainian secessionists, who wanted to sever ties to Russia, not to indulge such “suicidal nationalism.” And though we brought 14 new nations into NATO after 1991, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack […]


Russia is Back, and so is History

Ukraine as it was before 2014, when it was neutral, independent and whole I remember the Cuban Missile Crisis when I was thirteen and for the only time in my life nuclear war seemed like a very real and imminent possibility. I also remember the very different feelings I had in the spring of 1989 […]


The Psychology of Moral Communities, Part 2 of 5: Ethnocentrism and Its Control

Go to Part 1. Controlling Ethnocentrism: Implicit and Explicit Processing As noted in Chapter 5, psychological research indicates two different types of psychological processing: implicit and explicit processing. These modes of processing may be contrasted on a number of dimensions.[1] Implicit processing is automatic, effortless, relatively fast, and involves parallel processing (i.e., processing going on independently […]