Marvel Trash Theater

Like clockwork the films roll out. The spring Marvel blockbuster. The summer Marvel blockbuster. The fall/winter Marvel blockbuster. If you attend the same theater, you may even see the same people opening night. There are five or so men resembling the Simpsons comic book guy. Your kid rattles off a bunch of Marvel trivia or…

The Eternal Anglo II

The Harried North, Wild Scotch, and Old British “This race has now almost entirely vanished from the land, and with it, doubtless, much absurd political prejudice — but also many living examples of singular and disinterested attachment to the principles of loyalty which they received from their fathers, and of old Scottish faith, hospitality, worth,…

The Ballerina Wife + Five Friday Reads 7/12/19

Today I am going to resurrect a post. It was the most read post on my old blog until a group of individuals asked me to take it down because the post was social technology they did not want out. That was some autism on their part as the post was years old but always…

Quiet Desperation is the American Way

And you run, and you run to catch up with the sun, but it’s sinking/ Racing around to come up behind you again/ The sun is the same in a relative way, but you’re older/ Shorter of breath, and one day closer to death “Time,” by Pink Floyd (1973) Twentieth century American popular fiction can…

The Homosexual Public Health Crisis

Pride month, also known as June, is over.  Good riddance. Most people with a sane mind and traditional Christian morality, are at their wits end with the constant degeneracy being obnoxiously displayed in the streets and public schools.  Even corporate America has joined in on the party with the birth of Woke Capital, as nearly…

The Eternal Anglo – Part I

By Eldred Lowden “It may be some time before I return to my native land, but I shall always follow the fortunes of the British race and empire with profound interest, and if at any time in the future I can be found of service to his majesty in a private station, I shall not…

America At The Fourth + Five Friday Reads 7/5/19

Another July 4th has come and gone. Each year it feels phonier does it not? Somewhere in the timeline the social cohesion of a patriotic fourth died. It might have been the ’90s when patriotism was kitschy enough to be mocked by the proper thinking crowd. Not just the elite left leaning types but your…

America In Two Acts

-by Karl X. Brown America is now two hundred forty-three years old. Wow, what a ride it has been. At this time of year, at the dawn of summer ‘round the 4th of July—the time of popsicles and kids wrapped in beach towels munching on charred hot dogs—I am always overcome with a sentimental spirit….

Looking at the unstable future – a chat with the Mountain Guerrilla

I arrived in the realm of dissident political commentary through an interest in preparing for the bad times. Those bad times were more weather related but now the bad times seem permanently on the horizon. There has been much discussion in recent years in both the mainstream and the fringe about the prospects of “Civil…

Subsumed into the Zeitgeist Part Two: Kyle

Some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals in the story.             What is the obligation of man who, having seen the lies of the world and thereby withdrew from them, sees the men around him falling into a complacent despair of which they are wholly unaware? Is it a duty to…