Truly AWFL: A Social Phenomenon

There is much talk in modern society about “Karens” and white women who look for the manager in order to complain. Most of this analysis is severely flawed and incomplete, as it misses a significant aspect of this phenomenon. The AWFL, or Affluent White Female Liberal, is the epitome of the energy that observed when…

America’s Color Revolution

It was bound to happen eventually. The CIA/State’s color revolution process has found its way back home. The color revolution is better described by the foreign observers who say “are externally fueled acts with a clear goal to influence the internal affairs that destabilize the economy,[2] conflict with the law and represent a new form of…

The ‘80s Core of the New Right

Submitted by Semmelweis “Politics is downstream from culture” Andrew Breitbart famously said, before they killed him. He was just ripping off seminal leftist thinker Antonio Gramsci, but the observation nonetheless remains true. Culture isn’t just a noun after all, but also a verb—to culture something or someone means to grow it, to shape it in…

Will COVID19 prove the US is a Hollow State?

It could be argued that the Hollow State is a perfect vehicle for the realization of NRx’s ideas of governance. This argument challenges the conventional notion that a Hollow State is a negative conception, but rather a positive one. With the State absent private enterprise could enter and build power in the vacuums created. Instead…

The War Hysteria Virus of 2020

On January 3rd, 2020, the world got a taste for what the reigning hegemon’s reaction to real war would be like. The window into the American soul had the drapes pulled back. The globe should be frightened. The droning of Gen. Suleimani by US forces in Iraq unleashed a torrent of emotions from the imperial…

Calhoun, Biopower, and America’s Phony Constitution

It seems to me that the most important characteristic of “liberalism” is its attack on quiddity, that is, its attack on the notion of what-ness, of the singular essence of a thing itself. All other characteristics of liberalism are secondary. This came to mind when reading John C. Calhoun’s great Disquisition on Government. Along with…

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…

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….

The Smirk Seen Around the World, Part 2: Identity, Faciality and Mass Political Neurosis.

In the first installment of this mini-series of articles, we explored the various issues surrounding the Covington confrontation, and the manufactured cathedral-media outrage behind it. This article will attempt to bring more of a philosophically abstract analysis to the incident, epically the near gut-level and instantaneous reaction from the woke urbanite blue-tick crowd towards these…