Including Audio Version by Jim Goad!
Who Drinks More, the Rich or the Poor?
New York: The Baker & Taylor Company, 1885
In the period between the Civil War and the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the division between Left and Right in the United States had a different arrangement than today. William Jennings Bryan, for example, was a man of the Left, but Leftists would disavow his intense religious faith today.
The main reason for this difference is because at that time all sides of the political elite buried race issues. (more…)
Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)
11. In addition to being prominent Holocaust revisionists, both you and your mentor, David McCalden, were outspoken atheists. Through people like Michael Shermer, you also had some engagement with the “skeptic” (as atheists were branding themselves at the time) scene. These were the 1990s equivalent of the people we now refer to as “fedora tippers.” (more…)
Strength Through Joy:
An Interview with Béla Incze of Légió Hungária
I met Béla Incze at the very intense sports camp of Légió Hungária (LH) in Hungary, as I previously wrote about. Béla is part of the group’s leadership. I was intrigued by his organization and its activities. I think a similar one could work in other European countries. Béla’s life story is also interesting, so I decided to interview him. We discussed sports, Hungarian politics, nationalist activities in Hungary, combat sports, the Hungarian youth, women, destroying a BLM statue, historical Hungary, holding demonstrations, and Viktor Orbán. I think we will hear more about him in the future. (more…)
Australian aborigines have never forgiven the white man for bringing air conditioning to the arid wasteland they call home. They have a median IQ of 62, which explains their eternal plight far better than dim intangibles such as “racism.” Their ghastly prehistoric visages qualify them as the most punishingly ugly people in world history. (more…)
The Good Drinker: How I Learned to Love Drinking Less
London: Profile Books, 2022
See also: British TV & Cutting Down on Booze
Alcohol is a two-edged sword. On the one hand it makes life fun and turns strangers into intimate friends in the course of an evening; on the other, it makes a person dysfunctional. Very dysfunctional. Productive time is lost, relationships are damaged, and health is harmed. (more…)
As a man who has far more historical perspective than most people merely by dint of the fact that I’m much older than most people, I’m startled by how drastically public attitudes have changed toward alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana since I was a beardless, clueless, and curious youth in the 1960s. (more…)
Exciting New Artisanal Beer Aims to Stop Black People from Assaulting Asians
Ever since Donald Trump used the racist term “China virus” to hatefully misrepresent a virus that came from China, many black Americans interpreted it as a dog whistle to begin beating the shit out of Asian-Americans on the streets. In case you didn’t get the memo, blacks suffer from an internalized whiteness that makes them think it’s okay to pummel non-whites, whereas Asians are plagued with an internalized whiteness that makes them score well on standardized tests, earn high incomes, and commit far fewer crimes than blacks. (more…)
New York: Penguin Press, 2017
Ulysses S. Grant is one of the archetypal Americans. A brilliant general who would only accept unconditional surrender. A modest president who eschewed pomp in favor of simple, democratic attire. (more…)
Cassie Pike and Kathy Weitz
Prey: My fight to survive the Halifax grooming gang
London: John Blake Publishing, 2019
The main perpetrator [of the Rochdale grooming gang], Shabir Ahmed, said that Western society has trained these girls for him. In his view we allow immodesty, and he balks at the freedoms we give girls. He said that’s what made the girls lesser individuals and therefore ripe for him to pluck. (more…)