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…

Immigrants Are Assimilating

The last week has seen the return of the liberal outrage over out of context, sharp and effective Trump team messaging. President Trump’s team took an old quote from Rep. Ilhan Omar about 9/11 and turned it into a viral advertisement correctly portraying her and by association the entire open borders left as against America….

The Benedict Option’s False Premise

Rod Dreher’s book proclaiming that Christians embrace a Benedict Option to separate from society and protect the faith is a wonderful idea. A review thoroughly examining it can be found here with a basic message of “Dreher’s not going far enough”. Dreher is an easy target, but the subject of this essay is the shaky…

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…

Screw Your Optics, I’m Going In

If you find yourself on the front porch with a rifle in hand and none of your neighbors are on their porch with a rifle in hand, it’s not time. – Anon There’s an idea that allows the principled normie to be an edgy revolutionary without the need to actually commit: the idea of the…

Marie Kondo & American Chaos

Sparks joy. Does that spark joy? Honey, maybe we can spark joy later tonight? It can be used straight or with a touch of sarcasm. What is sparks joy? It is the most memorable catchphrase from the tidying up expert from Japan and Netflix phenom Marie Kondo. Kondo has given Netflix the water cooler original…