Australian nationalist activist Blair Cottrell was Nick Jeelvy‘s guest on the most recent broadcast of The Writers’ Bloc where they discussed the phenomenon of pharmacology and its origins, as well as answer your questions, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
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Sergeant John Mattingly, LMPD
12 Seconds in the Dark: A Police Officer’s Firsthand Account of the Breonna Taylor Raid
Nashville, Tenn.: DW Books, 2022
In the early morning hours of March 13, 2020, the Kentucky’s Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) conducted a raid on the apartment of a sub-Saharan named Kenneth Walker. (more…)
Dr. William Cooke with Laura Ungar
Canary in the Coal Mine: A Forgotten Rural Community, a Hidden Epidemic, and a Lone Doctor Battling for the Life, Health, and Soul of the People
Carol Stream, Ill.: Tyndale House Publishers, 2021
Along America’s two seaboards, provided law and order remains intact, the cities are glittering economically. But as one moves inland, the economic desperation caused by the American elite’s policy of deindustrialization increases. (more…)
Librarian has Third-Graders Reenact Holocaust “Because the Jews Ruined Christmas”
Kimberlynn Jurkowski is not the sort of name you’d expect a black woman to have, but this is 2021, and the only rule is that there are no rules anymore.
The 61-year-old librarian at Watkins Elementary School in Washington, DC has been placed on leave after parents complained to administrators that Jurkowski assigned third-grade students to performatively interpret the Holocaust. (more…)
The walking nose job known as Bette Midler was born in Honolulu, the most expensive city in the United States. She comes from an ethnic group with the nation’s highest per-capita income. With an estimated net worth of around $250 million, she is probably among the top 10,000 richest Americans, meaning she is wealthier than 99.997% of the rest of us pissants.
As an avowed Leftist, Midler should be aware that her “side” makes a grandiloquently moralistic display of supporting the poor and downtrodden against the privileged and wealthy, yet on Monday, one of the world’s preeminent fag-hag yentas saw fit to squat down and take a shit on the poorest state in the country when she tweeted the following: (more…)
After a long absence, I return to Counter-Currents today to introduce to you Neil Robinson Kumar, a candidate for the United States House of Representatives in the Arkansas Ozarks.
“Kumar, you say?” I hear you. I was skeptical, too. But after a long, intensive vetting process, your servant can report to you with clear eyes that I believe Mr. Kumar to be our man in Arkansas. (more…)
The Club King: My Rise, Reign, and Fall in New York Nightlife
Seattle: Little A, 2020
Driving with my father one day, we passed an imposing building, the Cornwall headquarters of the Orange Lodge, the Grand Order of British North America. “What’s that, papa?” I asked.
“It’s like a club,” he answered dismissively. (more…)
Pillbilly Eulogy: Kevin D. Williamson’s Big White Ghetto
If white Americans kissed black America’s ass any harder, black America’s steatopygian ass would have a visible hickey — possibly even bleeding welts.
And yet the harder that white Americans try to appease blacks, blacks act less and less appeased.
While campaigning for the presidency in 2008, Barack Obama made a point of mentioning that he was black and that some people wouldn’t like the fact that he’s black. (more…)
America’s Health Fix: Case & Deaton’s Deaths of Despair, Part II
When Purdue Pharmaceutical introduced OxyContin, their marketing for the drug was aggressive, efficient, unscrupulous, and amoral. Resources were poured into advertising; the company spent $200 million on marketing in 2001. Sales grew from $48 million in 1996 to $1.1 billion in 2000, (more…)
America’s Health Fix: Case & Deaton’s Deaths of Despair, Part I
During the 1970s and 1980s, when libertarian ideas were in the air, Ayn Rand a fashionable writer, Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher had romped to power, and the Chicago Boys were invited to demonstrate the merits of free-market economics in South America, a lively debate was being pursued in libertarian circles on how far freedom can go.
Didn’t free individuals have the right to take their own lives, (more…)