The Dumbest Political Junk Mail I’ve Ever Received

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Black Pill, Uncategorized

So I checked the mail the other day and found this “Notice of Inclusion In a Scientific Study.”  My first instinct was maybe this was one of those medical studies where you get paid to be a lab rat and test out some experimental nasal spray or something. I started thinking of all the vintage […]

The Drab Gab

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Black Pill, Tech

Gab needs to stop marketing itself as a right-leaning haven for nutjobs. It should just present itself as a fun, entertaining social media site that just so happens to not ban people as easily as other sites. One of the things I really dislike about Gab is how difficult it is to find people with […]

Robert Stark talks to David Cole About LA Malls

Categories: Architecture, Futurism, Lifestyle

Robert Stark and Matthew Pegas talk with David Cole about the history, culture, and aesthetics of LA ‘s Malls. David Cole writes for Takimag and is the author of Republican Party Animal. Show is available here Topics: David and Robert’s background growing up on the Westside of LA The Open Air Century City Shopping Center, […]

For Sinematic Effect

Categories: AltLeft, Art, Uncategorized

I’m not generally inclined to write about electoral politics, much less local politics (boooring!) but I feel compelled to make a few passing remarks on the Arizona Senate election between Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally. I didn’t really feel strongly about either candidate, but I’m going to go ahead and endorse Kyrsten Sinema (I already […]

Are “Democratic Socialists” Closet Neoreactionaries?

Categories: Black Pill

“The fruits of neo-imperialism may just be neo-isolationism,” Pat Buchanan once facetiously suggested in a 2003 column titled “Are Bush and Rumsfeld Closet Populists?” The crux of his argument was that the Bush administration’s neoconservative foreign policy and defiant embrace of global military interventionism was so at odds with the rest of the world that […]