After California Repeals Prop 13

State governments are facing funding issues. Not all states as George Mason’s analysis points out but the ones that pop up on the national news as dysfunctional (illinois) but even the fantastic, cool coastal states like Massachusetts, New Jersey and California. Many of these states already burden their citizens with a variety of taxes to…

American Domestic Politics Built Our Competitors

President Trump has not been the flamethrower to the establishment that some hoped for but this is an issue of expectations. Remember when you thought Jeff Sessions was a competent good guy? A lot of mistakes were made with the transition team, staffing and Jarvanka, but there are two bright spots that stand out considering…

Ten Friday Reads 9/20/19

I’ve got nothing for you. No commentary. This year feels so much like a replay of 2011 that I am giving the simulation theory some credence. Because of this, I will provide ten links. Right Wing Cope – Power has centralized in the presidency in some regards but holding the House matters. This essay seems…

Post-Growth Politicization

The rapid expansion of the politicization of markets and cultures has been noticed by even the most asleep Americans. Everything becomes an opportunity for ingroup/outgroup splitting and signaling. There are some that think this comes from the growing belief that we are in a post-growth era for our economy. By post-growth, I mean an economy…

Schrodinger’s Blacks

As the gap grows between the left and right, more on the right accept that the left will not debate in good faith. The better view is to listen to any statement or rationale as whatever the progressive needs at the moment to win and rule. The left continuously contradicts itself in a Humpty Dumpty…

Beware the Benevolence of the Wealthy

An interesting phenomena seems to be happening. Pardon me directing your attention to the New York Times but this Opinion Piece highlights an interesting result of the ideological corruption of our age. To briefly summarize: a noticeable number of children of the very wealthy (top 10%) are rebelling against their inherited wealth. These rebels have…

The Globalist Case for Universal Basic Income

YangGang’s all the rage right now. Numerous expose pieces from the trashstream media are highlighting YangGangs existence and membership. It’s those pesky 4chan white nationalist meme extremists all over again. They stole the 2016 election for Trump and now those memes are going to win it for Yang. Just when will this Asian-American disavow these…

Boomer Real Estate Woes

There are many reasons to complain about the media but one feature often missed is how they pick the worst victims to spotlight. We have all seen this in local coverage where a criminal is shot while breaking into a home and the local news goes to his family for a comment, airing their grievances….

Market Sovereignty: Anti-Trust in the era of Big Tech

By Alexander Saint-Cyr A man used to know his place in the world. He used to know his station and his class. So to, did he know where his loyalties lied and from where his sovereignty derived. A man used to be secure in knowing that a royal bloodline was responsible for his liberty and…

Dollar Store Reaction

By SuperLutheran Everyone wants to be the king. No one wants to be the serf (except me). In the Dissident Right movement, the tendency of the purity spiraler is to form an abstraction that, in his mind, becomes the sine qua non of being “right” enough. In the Alt Right, this leads to the stereotypical,…