Programmed to Kill: The Politics of Serial Murder

I got a wild hair and decided to read something a little outside of my comfort zone. It turned out to be extremely outside my comfort zone. The book is David McGowan’s Programmed to Kill: The Politics of Serial Murder. The book is a wildly depressing ride. I don’t recommend it to anyone. This review…

Ivy League Blues

In old photographs, one might catch a glimpse of something great. They’d almost certainly have to be in black and white or maybe sepia. Young men, uniformly white, mostly Anglo-Saxon or from monied, Germanic families, with oiled hair and if there is to be any facial hair found among them, it would be in the…

President N-Word

By Mencius Moldbugman In the beginning was the word. It was morning in America. The hard January sunlight shone down on the streets of Washington DC but did nothing to alleviate the cold winter chill. Yet though the wind blew cold, the atmosphere down on the marble columned boulevards of the nation’s capital had never…

The Clampdown & Friday Reads

We all knew this day would come. The tech monopolies flexed their control this week as a story broke that would potentially hurt the regime’s favored nominee. Accounts were locked and the actual link could not be shared. This was just when not if. You dear reader know this because it was 2016 when they…

A Review of The Stakes by Michael Anton

Michael Anton’s newest book is titled The Stakes: America at the Point of no Return but may have well been called The Steaks because Anton still just wants to grill for God’s sake. Joking aside, America’s not-quite-dissident Claremont air traffic controller does seem to be eyeing the blackpill across the room from his writing desk…

Texhnolyze: /ouranime/?

“I had no idea how we were going to put a show like this on TV.” – Yoshitoshi ABe Herein follows some unrepentant weebery, the gist of which will be familiar to those of you better versed in K/r-selection and the like than myself. I won’t try to spoil too much, as I recommend Texhnolyze…

Circus Maximus

It was the summer of ’94 and the New York Mets were desperate to generate some excitement after a godawful ’93 season. In typical Met fashion, they decided to focus on things other than baseball and instead built a mini-amusement park at the base of the Shea Stadium scoreboard area of the stands . I…

How Progressives Swallowed the Democrats and Can Do It Again

Easy to say commie insurgents took over Dems, FDR won and we’re living under commie control. They won in 1932, set the system up and blah blah blah. What is the blah blah blah? How did it happen? What were mechanisms to the progressive takeover of the Democrats? How did the commies who used FDR come to…

The Tick Of The Clock & Friday Reads

Book is three months out and feeling good. If you don’t have the book, where to buy it? You can buy it at Terror House directly. If an Amazon guy, buy it here. At Barnes & Noble, the link is here. It is getting real. The Democrats evade questions on court packing and the plebeians…

Mockingbird, Murrow & McCarthy

On March 9th, 1954, Edward Murrow’s See It Now broadcast portrayed Sen. McCarthy as a nose picking buffoon and helped turn the nation against him. It ended with this nice call for political freedom and for Americans to reject fear-mongering. How could Americans resist a call to free speech in 1954? The moment is celebrated…