On Sodomy and the Restrictions of the Right to Reproduction

Submitted by Tim Raxworthy Before I begin this discussion surrounding the topic contained within the title of this essay, I would like to bring forth a couple of key points which are essential to my argument. For starters, this essay does acknowledge new advancements in gender and sexuality starting with the theories proposed by Sigmund…

Impeachment: A Dud

It happened. Before Speaker Pelosi could control every single Democrat, one, from a very safe Democrat district, stated that the Democrats should censure, not impeach Trump. This is the bind that Democrats are in. Pelosi tried to corral the psychopaths as she recognized the Mueller Investigation was to catch a process crime, straightjacket Trump, shift…

Two Track Economy – Patronage and Productivity

Submitted by Robert Fitzgerald It would be accurate to describe most contemporary economies as being effectively two track economies, which are run towards very different ends. This article is intended to be a brief introduction to the core concepts of what these two different economic structures are for, how they run and how they interact…

A Border War: Destroy The Cartels

Editor’s Note: With President Trump finally taking a step towards going after the cartels in an overt fashion by possibly designating them a terror org, we are re-running this old essay of Landry’s with some updates. “Destroy The Cartels” because it is either fight them now or wait for them to put the fight to…

The Era of Surveillance Twilight

Submitted by Bryce Laliberte We are living through the last gasps of an era of anonymity and freedom, one in which the encumbrances of surveillance are surrounding us on all sides. Although it is already well-known the ways in which private companies gather myriads of data on everyone they can, from credit card scores to…

7 More Ways To Ride The Tiger

Submitted by GDR Good ideas are easy to identify. Their potential upsides are an order of magnitude greater than their potential downsides. Don’t think too much of odds, because we can’t reliably predict odds. Instead think of possible outcomes. Life is an adventure. Think of it as such and setbacks become opportunities. Think to yourself,…

Impeachment: Narrative Management

Another week of impeachment testimony reinforced the scheme that has been operating with Russia hysteria and now Ukrainian hysteria. The system leaks things damaging to the president to set a narrative, reality is far different but the media runs with the leak to frame it as horrible and worthy of punishment. This was the Friday-Weekend-Monday…

Pirate Radio: A Review of Caribbean Rhythms

Submitted by Bodhi Bronson There was a film at the tail end of the 80s called Pump Up The Volume about a high school kid who starts his own pirate radio station. He calls himself Happy Harry Hard-on, and he becomes very popular by being blunt and profane and pointing out the hypocrisy of the world around…

On The Groyper Question

Submitted by the Antigroyper The history of online subculture has been an exhaustive story. The internet and “meme economy” allows people to exploit asymmetries in entertainment, culture and information sharing by bypassing traditional market models. Everyone that has researched online subculture knows the saga that is “Pepe the frog” the frog comic character created by…

Somebody Else’s Yoda

Submitted by Bad Billy Pratt If you got caught up in the opening minutes of “The Mandalorian” thinking Disney finally got something even half-right, you’re not entirely wrong. Turns out, third time’s a charm with the Boba Fett character after not getting enough of him in the original trilogy, and way too much in the prequels. The mouse…