The Innsmouth Immigration Deal

Submitted by an avid reader One of the most disgusting arguments from the open borders crowd is the idea that immigration boosts the economy and keeps social welfare programs financially feasible. This is an argument shot through with holes as Americans can look at welfare utilization statistics and know the truth. Europe might have it…

The 2011-2012 Political Reboot

Can you feel it? It feels familiar. It reeks of desperation. There is something stale to all of it. The daily tweets capturing the state of the race. The wide open field leaves room for jostling and fluctuating among candidates. The outsider stands at or near the top of many polls. It is a repeat…

Bloomberg’s Slush Fund

Michael Bloomberg has entered the spotlight for this year’s Democrat nomination race without being in a single race or speaking at a single debate. As Biden crumbles, his supporters go looking for a new old man of the middle. Bloomberg himself has spent $200 million on his campaign so far. Out of the woodwork, journalists,…

SARS2 – What Do We Think? What Do We Know? What Can We Prove?

Submitted by No Soap Radio On the first of December 2019 a man woke up a fever and a dry cough that wouldn’t go away. Seven days later he presented at a local hospital. The next day he was struggling to breathe. He had not visited the Huanan seafood market recently. Eight days later three…

Race To Milwaukee: The Bloomberg Buy-in

This week has been the week of Michael Bloomberg. His money has shifted things so that few are talking about the NH primary results, and many are talking about him. Bloomberg is executing the Rudy Giuliani plan of 2008, except with over 300 million spent before Super Tuesday. Bloomberg still has challenges as it looks…

Warren's Descent + Friday Reads 2/14/20

The first time I heard of Sen. Liz Warren, it was in the bankruptcy bill fiasco during W’s tenure. This was one of the screws that the oligarchs put to little people after extending so much credit to them in the great democratization of credit. Warren was an academic expert there to say this screwed…

Valentine’s, or, TFWNOGF No More

It’s on everyone’s mind. Let’s introduce this matter quickly; every single man reading this wants a woman to call his own. Every single man reading this also happens to know that obtaining a woman is hard. Scratch that – getting a woman is easy. Getting a quality woman is hard. You can find any number…

Springboks: Last flight of the Afrikaner

By Alfonz Cavalier Chances are, if you’re reading this, you probably don’t care about rugby. After all, the publication is called ‘The American Sun’, and Americans haven’t really been noted for their prowess in Rugby Football since roughly the 1880s. More than that, however, there is a tendency in these circles to dismiss ‘sportsball’ as…

China’s Challenge

by Bodhi Bronson We are now over a month into the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak and we still largely have no idea what is happening. The numbers coming out of China are probably not correct, either because the authorities there are willfully covering up the scale of the problem, or simply because they are overwhelmed by…

The New Model, Same As The Old Model

As if conjured up by Hollywood to reveal all that is wrong with our system, Pete Buttigieg now has his moment in the spotlight in the election 2020 season. Being the front man for a web of billionaires, operatives and consultants, Mayor Pete was the beneficiary of an effort to deny Bernie Sanders an outright…