Spencer J. Quinn
Morris van de Camp
Stephen Paul Foster
A. C. C. Reader
David M. Zsutty
James J. O'Meara
Alain de Benoist
Thanks. I will ask Jared about that. You aren't the first person to recommend it. It is a great...
Ayn Rand's writings are often silly, but there is a purity of intention in The Fountainhead that...
Great reference piece. Yet another writer I discovered through CC.
Hey, don't go blaming the 1960s for alcoholism.
Americans are drinking as much alcohol now as in...
Just Passing By
In *We the Living*, the ending has a nice "Live Free, Die Well" tone -- victory in defeat. With a...
Another high IQ piece from Greg Johnson. Don't ever stop.
BTW I think content like this should be...
Let's assume that White settlers were actually the genocidal maniacs that the critics claim them to...
The link to "The Last Days of Savitri Devi" is broken. This appears to be the correct link. It might...
I never read The Fountainhead, but I did read We the Living and slogged through John Galt’s speech...
"People who can’t handle life are constantly puffing on something or downing something."
From the "trying new things" angle, I suppose; those who score high on Openness for the "Big Five"...
Band on the run
This will never even happen. So many people are wealthy precisely because of politics. They have no...
I’m done blaming Boomers. It was fun for a while, but these are our parents and grandparents. The...
Now that he has made it, the prize money is the chump change. The real money is in the endorsements...
What do people here think of Handsome Truth? I am not trying to derail or cause a fight here, I...
Agreed. I do think that spiteful mutancy is not purely genetic. A child who is pandered to where the...
As is so often the case, Dr. Johnson is willing to take on important issues and give them a healthy...
You're mistaken about the 'bottle-neck' affecting Whites only. It's virtually every population...
Dutton is actually a very popular advocate for ideas that align with ours.
He and AltHype are the...
The Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Fabio Luisi
A funeral march with a bit of joy in it. I guess good old Beethoven knew something about eternity. This not my favourite Beethoven piece. In fact, I do not think I have heard it before, nevertheless, it is Beethoven.
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