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 […]

“American” Apparel Returns to Insult Everyone’s Intelligence

Categories: AltLeft, Lifestyle, Socialism, Uncategorized

American Apparel is back (under new ownership!) Now made in China, Mexico and well, pretty much everywhere but America. From The Guardian: One big change is the Made in the USA tag. Its commitment to producing all of its collections in downtown LA factories – Charney refused to outsource from the US – defined its […]

The Hand is Pinker Than the Eye

Categories: free speech, Race, Uncategorized

Apologies for borrowing the title of this article from one my favorite Pink Panther cartoons, but it seems as appropriate as ever. The AltRight was quick to embrace Harvard professor Steven Pinker’s recent remarks referring to them as “highly intelligent and internet savvy.” This was somewhat laughable to me, as it should be clear to […]

The Scapegoat Generation – A Half-Hearted Defense of Boomers

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

The way people talk about baby boomers being the source of so many problems in our contemporary world, you’d think they were a generation that spanned over hundreds of years. In actuality, boomers are people that were born roughly between 1943 and 1960. That’s right, the boomer generation is comprised of people that were born […]

Porky’s Pathological Altruism

Categories: Movie Reviews, Race

“I never seen so much wool. You could knit a sweater.” So, on a nostalgic whim I decided to revisit the movie Porky’s (1981,) which I hadn’t seen since my childhood. Don’t ask me how I was ever allowed to watch this film as a kid. We had HBO in those days, and I was […]