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The Trump Administration Viewed from the Right

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The Trump experiment is over, and the strange journey that the last five years have been is now at an end. There are already lots of assessments being made about the meaning of Trump’s presidency, but most of them are from either liberal or conservative viewpoints. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
January 17-23, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, The Libotomy, 2021.

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I attended the last presidential inauguration because I wanted to.

Even if I had wanted to, I couldn’t have attended the weird Carnival of Masked Corpses in DC this time around because I’m man enough to admit I am no match for 25,000 National Guardsmen Read more …

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Trump’s Cornball American History

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One of President Trump’s last acts in office offered his view of American history. Just a few days before Joe Biden’s inauguration, the Trump administration released both the 1776 Commission Report and the list of statues for the proposed National Garden of American Heroes. Read more …

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Why Shouldn’t Q Be Black?

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The past few months have seen the dissolution of several dissident narratives, even as the year 2020 worked overtime to produce them. Many people developed a healthy skepticism of the governments and reigning elites in the West. More who were already skeptical about governments and elites upgraded their skepticism to outright distrust of and hostility towards those groups. Read more …

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An American Storm Before the Storm

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Mike Duncan
The Storm Before the Storm: The Beginning of the End of the Roman Republic
New York: Public Affairs, 2017

If the United States is anywhere on the Roman timeline, it must be somewhere between the great wars of conquest and the rise of the Caesars. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
January 10-16, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, Think No Evil, 2021.

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Watching footage from January 6th’s “Capitol Siege,” I saw oceans of American flags and Trump flags. I heard people screaming about democracy and a stolen election. I heard them chanting “Christ is King!” and “Four more years!” I saw what appeared to be a crowd composed mostly of boomers and soon-to-be-boomers yelping about how, every so often, the tree of liberty needs to be refreshed with the blood of tyrants.

Apparently I was hallucinating, because it was actually a white-power rally. Read more …

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Despair is a Sin

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Okay, so the worst possible outcome has come to pass. We can all, however, take solace in the fact that it wasn’t our fault. It wasn’t Donald Trump’s fault either. He was our fighter — flawed but spirited — who had taken our nemesis Joe Biden into the later rounds and was thoroughly shellacking him when the referee suddenly held Trump in place and allowed Biden to start whaling away on him below the belt. Read more …

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Truth Doesn’t Win Wars

Phil Eiger Newmann, Walk of Shame, 2020.

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I fell asleep early on Election Eve because I lost faith in the federal government — and the very idea that the United States was a sustainable nation — years ago. Ever since November 3, I’ve been disinterested in the issue of election fraud because I don’t think there’s much of an “America” that’s left to save. My gut feeling is that no matter who got elected president, we’re already well into a post-American phase and that the USA is a bankrupt and irredeemable enterprise. What good is one last round of chemo if the patient is already terminal? Read more …

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Patriotic Feelings

Detail, Luca Giordano, Aeneas’s defeat of Turnus, 1688.

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For most of my life, I have never really felt patriotic about America or being an American. The only time I felt a strong connection to America was during Donald Trump’s presidential campaign of 2016. I would drive hundreds of miles just to attend his campaign rallies and meet other Trump supporters. As the fallout of the Capitol occupation Read more …

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The Congress Has No Clothes:
The Capitol Occupation & Post-Trumpian Populism

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The Boston Tea Party, when costumed LARPers began a revolution

As an American observing Wednesday’s “mostly peaceful” protest at the Capitol from abroad, I admit I was taken by surprise. Foreign acquaintances had been asking me for months if anything dramatic would happen in relation to the election. While I was sure that a Trump victory would have led to BLM and Antifa violence on a scale we had never seen before, I assured everyone that in the event of a Biden win, discontent would be limited to the “proper political channels” and social media Read more …

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Whitepills from the Capitol

Phil Eiger Newmann, Capitol Offense, 2021

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The worst event since 9/11 happened this week. No, it wasn’t another terror attack, nor was it a natural catastrophe.

Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol and . . . just kinda wandered around. Sure, they had to fight their way in and break through doors and windows to obtain their objective. Read more …

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The Jew Thing

Phil Eiger Newmann, Schumer, 2020.

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I gathered from the conversation that the owner of the name had once been a regular contributor to much more widely read conservative publications, the kind that have salaried congressional correspondents and full-service LexisNexis accounts, but that he was welcome at those august portals no longer. In all innocence, I asked why this was so. “Oh,” explained one of my companions, “he got the Jew thing.” Read more …

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Yes, This Is a Conspiracy Theory

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Quick question: Did Jeffrey Epstein kill himself?

If you say “no,” then you’re a conspiracy theorist. Or, at least, you are buying into this one conspiracy theory. And why not? Read more …

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Hillbilly Elegy: Movie vs. Book

J. D. Vance.

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There are many odd and irksome things about the new Hillbilly Elegy movie on Netflix. For my money, the strangest aspect of the production is that it has only a superficial resemblance to J. D. Vance’s 2016 book. It’s as though you were to make a movie of Moby-Dick, knowing only that it has a ship and a white spermaceti whale and a mad captain who stumps around on a peg-leg. Read more …

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Meet The Whites Who Voted Against Trump

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Last week I wrote “White America Still Voted For Trump.” This is still true — 58% of white Americans backed nationalism. However, there is a group of whites who rejected nationalism and voted for a return of the corrupt status quo: affluent whites. This demographic played a major role in Joe Biden’s alleged victory, Read more …

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Groypers On the March

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“The groyper thing is going to burn out fairly soon (don’t believe me? Let’s talk again next fall).”

— David Cole, November 26, 2019

When I heard about the upcoming Million MAGA March, I was torn as to whether I wanted to go. I generally despise traveling. I knew I should go but I really, really didn’t want to. And yet, something told me that if I didn’t go, I would regret it.[1] Read more …

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Loving Tim Pool

Tim Pool

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It’s always interesting when I find someone who shares a clean sweep of my politics but for largely different reasons. Such a person seems completely in line with my outlook, but really isn’t. Although in Tim Pool’s case, I’ll bet that he is and just doesn’t realize it yet.

For the past several months Tim Pool has been banging the Trump drum. Read more …

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The Stolen Election

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Many things about the 2020 election render it illegitimate.

A tremendous number of Biden votes came from people who are in this country because of an illegitimate immigration act, Read more …

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White America Still Voted For Trump

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I was unfortunately right about the election — liberal elites stole it from the historic American nation. Through ballot harvesting, Mark Zuckerberg-funded “election administrators,” acceptance of dubious votes, and good old fashioned urban corruption, the Democrats were able to deny Donald Trump a victory on Election Day. Read more …

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A Tale of Two Election Scandals

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After the contested results of the recent election, this is a good opportunity to consider a prior one — that of 1972. What are the similarities? It’s pretty simple. In 1972, Nixon’s campaign cheated. In 2020, Biden’s campaign cheated. Here are the specifics, and then the reasons why. Read more …

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After the Election

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Like many of you, I got caught up in the 2020 US presidential race. From Tuesday to Friday of election week, I was glued to the internet, biting my nails and hitting refresh like a rat in a Skinner box. Read more …

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There Was No Biden Surge

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Translated by Greg Johnson 

Nicolas Gauthier: Joe Biden has been proclaimed winner of the US presidential election. Donald Trump, who has not conceded defeat, cries fraud and is preparing to engage in a legal battle. What is your analysis? Read more …

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Trumpism Survives!

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“Even if Trump turns out to have lost there has been no resounding repudiation of Trumpism to accompany that defeat.”

Ruth Marcus in the anti-Trump Washington Post Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 1-7, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Stealin’ Away, 2020.

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Last I peeked in here, it seemed as if Trump had won the election.

Well, we all know how that turned out. Read more …

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The Stolen Election Will Red-Pill 70 Million Americans

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At this point, it seems unlikely that Trump is going to prevail in his legal challenges. It’s possible that he will, but what do you think is more likely? If he doesn’t prevail, however, Biden’s “win” can actually be a tremendous win for us.

Why? Well, first let’s address the question of who “we” are. I hate to sound like Joe Biden, who seems not to know who he is Read more …

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Rubicon Don:
An Open Letter to President Trump

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Dear President Trump,

There can be no circumstance under which you will not be our president for the next four years. Of course, I don’t presume to know even a fraction of what you know about the fraud the Democrats have been perpetrating against the American people these past few days. It’s outrageous. It’s criminal. You know it. I know it. The American people know it. Read more …

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A Trump Victory?
Don’t Blame White Guys

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In what might prove to be the most hilarious upset in electoral history, the “Nazi” candidate may have won a second term solely by increasing his support among every group except for white males — thus allowing all the “Nazis” the pleasure of blaming women and nonwhites even in victory!

Is this what they mean by a “win-win”? Read more …

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Is America a Banana Republic Now?

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This year’s US Presidential contest is between the Republican Party and the Banana Republican Party, formerly known as the Democrats. As I write this, the Democrats are trying to destroy American democracy because the people have disappointed them once again. Donald Trump is the rightful victor of this election, and if Biden ends up with more votes, it is only because he cheated. Trump should not concede under any circumstances until all challenges have been exhausted. Read more …

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Wignat Whexit:
Why “Punishing” the Republicans Won’t Change Them

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In 2016, Donald Trump ran as a populist and won. In 2020, his bid for re-election followed the standard Republican playbook. There was a lot of talk about the stock market, very little populist talk about immigration, globalization, and protectionism. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
October 25-31, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Biden for President, 2020.

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Election Day forecast: partly cloudy with widespread outbreaks of political violence.

As the weirdest presidential campaign in history hobbles to a close during this odd post-American era during which America still pretends it’s a country, polls show that Americans agree more on the fact that there will be post-election violence than they can agree on the election’s winner. Read more …

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