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"If one goes out of their way to alienate the white working class, you’ve lost the largest potential...
Good review. Yeah, yeah, I was having the same thoughts too! The writing seems professional...
Here's the video version of this article. It'll be posted separately here on Sunday, but it'd be...
Cartoons a threat to Western Civilization?
Hmmm...I kind of bristled at first blush but reading...
Absolutely. A lot of the cartoons were definitely aimed at an adult audience, although there was...
Cartoons once had their place for adults in movie theatres as shorts before the main feature, which...
I agree with you.
Fred C. Dobbs
Excellent two part series but I have to disagree that kids will be watching cartoons all their lives...
You're not the only one. I always get Travis LeBlanc and Trevor Lynch confused, as well.
'[T]here are flames of division within the Jewish community...'
In a humor piece, this is the...
Damn right. My compliments. Past time for you to have some good luck.
I went to see Heavy Metal in the theater when it came out in 1981. I found it revolting in the same...
Muh Fashy Bookshelf
Jim has answered the Fuentes Question.
we kind of need every ally we can getThe was the point of my “Snobs v. Slobs” article—which had...
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...
Fuentes feels like that awful Lex Fridman creature; whiny, weak, and inexplicably ubiquitous for his...
Just Passing By
@Mike Bennett : Should *Le songe de l'empereur* (*The Emperor's dream*) by André Fraigneau exist in...
Once upon a time people railed against the motion picture as a symbol of absolute cultural depravity...
The reference to the Armenian Massacre in the kill-them-all passage from footnote 2 in the essay was...
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Have you done your homework? Greg Johnson tried something new on the last installment of Counter-Currents Radio. Bowing to the many requests to create audiobooks, he read his essay “The Uppity White Folks Manifesto” from his book, White Identity Politics. (more…)
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