The “Cuckservative” Civil War

Anyone who has been paying attention to conservative social media for the past week is now familiar with the term “cuckservative.” A word of recent (and somewhat indeterminate) vintage, it has taken off in recent days, inspiring articles from political blogs on both sides continue…

The Charleston Shooting in Perspective

According to preliminary reports, on Wednesday evening a young white man named Dylann Roof entered into a black AME church in Charleston, South Carolina and opened fire, killing nine. He then fled the scene and was apprehended by authorities in North Carolina early Thursday morning.

Once again according to preliminary reports, continue…

Tim Hunt and the Unprincipled Left

Freedom of speech was a rallying cry on American campuses during the leftist takeover of higher education. Students were encouraged to question authority, to rethink taboos, and to poke fun at the sacred cows of society at large. Nowadays, however, after the leftist takeover has been accomplished, it’s a totally continue…

The High Costs of the Racism Misdiagnosis

The Left constantly misdiagnoses the source of the problems blacks face. The Left insists that the root of all these problems—from high incarceration rates to low academic achievement—is white racism. But the reality is that black behavior and attitudes cause a great deal of the obstacles and challenges that they continue…

Street Violence Rises in Baltimore

Baltimore, Maryland, site of a recent spate of race riots over the death of crack dealer Freddie Gray, once again made headlines over Memorial Day weekend. During that three-day period, the city saw twenty-nine shootings, nine of which were fatal. This weekend flare up, of course, is only continue…

Race Riots and the Expansion of Anarcho-Tyranny

Anarcho-tyranny is a term coined by the late conservative thinker and author Samuel Francis—and an idea since adopted as a staple of the intellectual Right. What anarcho-tyranny describes is the state of governance in contemporary America and Europe.

The “anarcho” portion refers to how the powers that be afford the lowest continue…

Yet Another Instance of Black Mob Violence

On April 13th, Memphis, Tennessee experienced its latest outbreak of black mob violence. The attack occurred at a BP where large groups of black teenagers routinely gather. The victim, in this case, was Orrden Williams Jr., himself black.

In the moments prior the attack, Williams offered to escort an elderly white continue…

No Such Thing as Sacrilege in the West

When Pussy Riot invaded Christ the Saviour Cathedral, center of the Russian Orthodox Church, to perform its blasphemous concert and Western leaders reacted with outrage to their entirely justified arrest, Abbot Tryphon of All-Merciful Savior Monastery in Washington remarked that there was now “no such thing as sacrilege in the continue…

Confessions of an Overeducated A/C Man

There is a specter haunting Middle America—the specter of higher education.

For a young person in America, college is the thing to aspire to. It’s the go-to option for virtually every American looking to maintain or enhance his station in life. Higher education embodies the values, hopes and dreams of millions continue…

Educational Reform and the Refusal to Face Gaps

The so-called “racial achievement gap” is a perennial target of educational reform in the United States. Sometimes shortened to simply “the gap,” it refers to the fact that, for almost any conceivable metric of success in school, from standardized test score to frequency of disciplinary actions, there exists a stable continue…

The Catholic Church Is Like, Relevant, Brah!

Ladies and gentlemen: What you see above is not a joke or a satire. This is part of an official ad campaign by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn.

Apparently a great number of young adults are leaving the Catholic Church. It seems they no longer find it “relevant” to their lives. Apparently the Diocese of Brooklyn has judged that this is how they can make themselves a part of young people’s lives again.

The core vice of capitalism is that when the capitalist spirit dominates, everything is for sale. And when everything is for sale, everything is to be advertised. But  continue…

Scalise Did Nothing Wrong: The Mainstream Right’s Continued Cowardice With White Identity

The big end-of-the-year political news for 2014 is that Majority Whip Steve Scalise, No. 3-ranking House Republican, spoke to a ‘white supremacist’ group called EURO, the European-American Unity and Rights Organization, in 2002. Despite calls to resign, he is being backed by House Republican leadership including House Speaker John Boehner, who said that Scalise has his “full confidence”. Scalise publicly apologized for the speech, calling it “a mistake I regret”.

Various outlets published articles in response to the news. Brian Beutler at The New Republic wrote an article titled, “Steve Scalise’s David Duke Scandal  continue…

NYPD Officer Slayings: When the Left’s False Narratives Have Deadly Consequences

On Saturday afternoon, Black Brooklynite Ismaaiyl Brinsley ambushed two NYPD police officers and shot them both to death while they were sitting in their patrol car. According to early reports, there was “no warning” and “no provocation.” Brinsley simply approached the vehicle and “unloaded” on the two officers sitting inside. Hours before the assassination, he had announced his intent to kill on Instagram, posting pictures of his pistol alongside promises to kill “pigs” and some related hashtags: #ShootThePolice, #RIPErivGarner [sic], and #RIPMikeBrown. Shortly after the double murder, he posted one last time to Instagram (this time showing  continue…

Orphan “Annie” and the Cultural Welfarism of Black America

It’s a familiar narrative by now in the multicultural West – the Blackification of former White characters and cultural icons in movies.

Often it is just floated as a possibility – as it was with James Bond a couple of years back – in order to raise the media profile of a coming release and save money on advertising. But sometimes it actually happens, as with “Annie,” a recent release from the troubled Sony Pictures, which casts Black “actresslette” Quvenzhané Wallis in the role of the red-haired feisty orphan girl (the red hair had to go!).

When this happens, the usual reactions  continue…

Another Nail in the “Cops are Racist” Coffin

As my previous Theden article suggested, the mainstream media is heavily invested in portraying American law enforcement personnel, practices, and institutions as racist against Blacks. One of the ways that it pushes this agenda is through propagating outright lies, such as the idea that Michael Brown was shot with his hands in the air. Another way it pushes this agenda is by quietly ignoring evidence contrary to its thesis.

One such piece of evidence is a 2012 study conducted by Washington State University. The study, published in the Journal of Experimental Criminology, was an attempt to investigate  continue…

Media Malfeasance: The Double Standard on Police Violence and Race

In January of 2013, Robert Ethan Saylor, a twenty-six-year-old man with Down sydrome, died of asphyxiation as police attempted to arrest him for overstaying his ticket at a movie theater. The grand jury declined to press charges. In February of 2014, teenager Christopher Roupe was shot by a police officer as he answered his own front door. His parents insist all he was carrying was a Wii controller. A grand jury declined to press charges.

A search on CNN.com for Robert Ethan Saylor returns 1 hit. A search for the highly-comparable Eric Garner case returns 302. A  continue…

Mississippi Burning: The Death of Jessica Chambers

A truly horrific story broke last week when it was reported that 19-year-old Jessica Chambers was found burned alive near her car in the remote county of Panola, Mississippi. According to official reports, Chambers had burns over 98 percent of her body, and, due to the nature of the crime scene, “officials immediately classified the investigation as a homicide.”

Officials were tight-lipped about the details of the crime, however, which seems understandable enough considering that the investigation is ongoing and the killer is still at large. One detail that did slip out, though, is that Chambers, even in the  continue…

WaPo, MoJo: Racial Bias is Only a White Problem, Really!

Two recent articles in the Washington Post and Mother Jones, both by Chris Mooney, are trotting out the peculiar Brahmin narrative of recent years in which it’s a given assumption that only Whites are capable of being racially biased or racist. In the WaPo article, titled “Across America, whites are biased and they don’t even know it,” In both pieces, Mooney bases his assertions largely on results generated by the Implicit Association Test (IAT), a computerized test in which people are asked to respond to paired sets of images and words with different races and different words each  continue…

Eric Garner and the Respectable Right

Establishment conservatives in America are experts at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. It is a well-practiced skill for them, passed down generation to generation, from the days of R. L. Dabney to now. Their most recent display of this skill, which is a masterstroke even by their high standards, is the Eric Garner case.

The grand jury documents concerning Eric Garner are still sealed, which means the rationale behind the decision not to indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo with a crime has not been made available to the public. (We don’t even know what charges were being considered  continue…

Polymorphous Perversity: NY Mag Gives Positive Spin to Bestiality

NY Magazine recently ran a piece titled “What It’s Like to Date a Horse,” in which writer Alexa Tsoulas-Reay spends approximately 6,200 words to share her interview with a 42-year-old Canadian man who’s sexual preference is female horses. Yes, horses. Feel free to read the article, if you like, but our purpose here is to explore how this story and it’s elements are all quintessential elements of Jewish sociologist Herbert Marcuse’s ideas of “repressive tolerance” and his application of fellow co-ethnic Sigmund Freud’s idea of “polymorphous perversity.”

Tsoulas-Reay starts out by attempting to make a distinction between bestiality, and  continue…