Morris van de Camp
Stephen Paul Foster
David M. Zsutty
Spencer J. Quinn
F. Roger Devlin
James J. O'Meara
Alain de Benoist
Fred C. Dobbs
I’m terribly sorry. I thought the author was Trevor Lynch. I didn’t look closely enough. Anyway,...
So here’s a two-fer: when my kids were little Sponge Bob kept them entertained in the mornings and I...
The reference to the Armenian Massacre in the kill-them-all passage from footnote 2 in the essay was...
I remember when Fuentes and his army of pansies invaded a certain social media site. Fuentes and his...
Whoa Nellie, easy does it. Let’s do stay out of the ditch.I am not going to say that Asians and...
James J. O'Meara
More please!Things that make me go hmmmm:"Bakshi was born in the British Mandate of Palestine in...
Thanks for the good article. I agree that animated films are degenerate for the most part. I'd love...
One of the reasons it was enforced so strictly is because swearing reflected poorly on the parents....
My first thought is to make him cyclopean, which is a real though very rare condition. The...
The cartoons of my childhood were....Beanie & Cecil, Quick Draw McGraw, Yogi Bear, Jonnie Quest...
Spanish Castle Magic
That poster is not for the Lusitania, it's for the Llandovery Castle, a Canadian ship. But that...
"Whatever one may think of Fritz the Cat, it is a cartoon for adults. I know because I watched it as...
Fire Walk With Lee
I for one would love to see an animated Camp Of The Saints, just to see someone’s interpretation of...
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I'm with Mrs. Goad on this one.
I'll concur with that. Although there's a tremendously broad body of work consisting of kiddie...
I swear, I'm one of the few people in the Dissident Right that uses their real name and I get...
Out of curiosity, why do you address Greg? Is Travis LeBlanc another of Greg’s pen names? If so, I...
Sure. Our own Trevor Lynch favorably reviewed The Incredibles (and I also liked it). I'm not sure I...
If I think about swear words and what's really "wrong" with kids saying them, it doesn't seem to be...
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Nick Jeelvy welcomed longtime friend of the show Karl Thorburn to the latest broadcast of The Writers’ Bloc to discuss unlimited power and its applications. (more…)
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