Corporatocracy: The Influence of Business on the Government

Corporate activism has become a staple of the current economic environment. Corporations routinely give millions, even billions, to causes labeled as “socialism”. Which conceivably would go against their own interests. The modern world is rife with discussions about “Capitalism” and “Socialism”, but there is little discussion as to what those terms mean. There is even…

Stripmining Education

It is common essay fodder now to write about the futile ways the system tries to fix education. Gates and his Common Core are being shuffled offstage, but private foundations still capture school boards’ attentions. Because admitting that the achievement gap has a genetic basis is verboten, education officials, parents and municipalities will listen to…

A Practical, Aesthetic Defense of Monarchy and Aristocracy

Submitted by C.A. Shoultz I have debated for some time whether an essay of this nature is necessary in the year 2020. After all, I am far from the first writer to propose a return to hierarchical systems of government, over and against mass democracy and rule by the commons. It’s been done more than…

Masks in May + Friday Reads

This week the debate and commentary focused on models. Why were the models so wrong? Why is New York nowhere near capacity? Why are hospitals so empty? Why are the models revised down and down? Why are they changing every day and for the better? This shifted to the open up now versus stay locked…

The Plague and Human Stupidity

By now, it is obvious to those who follow the news even in the smallest regard, that the Coronavirus Pandemic is a major international crisis. As of writing this, over 500,000 people have been infected worldwide, and there have been over 25,000 fatalities – with Italy suffering over 600 deaths a day. Those of us…

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…

So You Want To Build A Mannerbund

It is one of the most used terms in our sphere. It is something that frightens the left. It is a means to build a tribe, develop a society and seed a civilization. It is a way for men to raid, control or dominate a territory. It is something many segments of the dissident right…

Impeachment: CIA Everywhere

Election 2020 has an overt spook turned puppet politician running for the presidency with small city mayor Pete Buttigieg becoming a pawn in the great game. This is a continuation of the fad of election 2018. In that election dozens of former spooks ran for office under the Democrat banner. The regime did not want…

Impeachment: Unified Theory of Watergate

Landry here, as old readers of mine know, I had a theory on what was the reason for Watergate. We are seeing a replay of the deep state, cathedral, polygon, establishment, whatever you want to call it, using its power to remove what they view as a threat to its power and processes. This post…

Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself + Five Friday Reads 11/8/19

With one phrase, a meme was born. In an interview on cable news, a gentleman ended his interview by stating “Epstein didn’t kill himself”. It has sparked a meme where people discuss whatever topic they want and at the end slip that phrase in. It caused a lot of laughs online. It also points to…