While we were paying attention to national politics, the left has been quietly taking over local political positions that give them enormous power to influence and even ruin our lives. It is time to turn our focus to the communities that form the foundation of these United States.
Many people complain that President Donald Trump has broken the norms of the office of President. However, I believe that those norms were already broken, and that is partly why we elected Trump in the first place. Can we go back to the way things were?
At the heart of so many of our disputes today is the question of who owns America. Who has the best claim on this country, this nation? What makes someone an American? As rioters storm our streets to take our country by violence, I try to figure out who this country really belongs to.
Truth is treason in the empire of lies. We live in that empire today, where news media and politicians are working to convince us that up is down, right is wrong, and two plus two equals five. Fight back against the lies by keeping your eye on the truth.
Friday night I recorded my second livestream, this time with a better camera. In this stream I ask if the good times are over for good, talk a bit more about Justin Amash, look at the way the FBI framed General Flynn, and take milquetoast conservatives to task for fighting harder against the right than the left. Check it out!
My first ever livestream, recorded Tuesday evening April 21, 2020. I share my thoughts on the state of the world, with specific attention to China, libertarian idealism, and de facto American blasphemy laws.
The coronavirus pandemic has provided an excuse for tyranny from all levels of our society – from governors and mayors down to the nosy neighbor across the street. How should we respond to the growing totalitarianism of 21st century America?
America is due for a reckoning. We have forsaken the traditions and wisdom of our ancestors in favor of novelty, throwing out generations of knowledge in our effort to remake society and remake mankind. Yet pride always goes before the fall. The gods of the copybook headings always have their due.
The coronavirus pandemic will surely be the end of America as we know it. But what is America? Our country has been radically transformed from the nation created by our Founding Fathers, and we are continuing to be transformed every day. What can we do to make America what we want it to be for our posterity?
We tend to think that the way we live now is how it always was and how it always will be. But society is always changing; sometimes gradually, and sometimes suddenly. This pandemic is going to change many things in our lives, and we will soon be confronted with the new normal.
Our nation is run by a bloated bureaucracy that has become so inefficient it cannot carry out its basic functions. That has been on display this week, as our government has been unable to test for and contain the COVID-19 outbreak. What is the solution to this mess? Is it more socialism and more federal control? On the contrary, the answer to our problems is localism and small government.
At the core of the decline of our once-great nation is the loss of masculine virtues such as courage, strength, and discernment. The American man has gone from being a king of his castle to chattel on a tax farm. But men are waking up, and deciding that there is more to life than simply counting the days until their deaths. Men across America are making the choice to take control of their lives and to build something that will echo through eternity.
The way in which younger generations communicate might seem crazy to their elders. However, there is a traditional and conservative counterculture growing in the shadows of social media today. The meme is a modern equivalent of the revolutionary-era pamphleteer, spreading ideas outside the bounds of our gatekeepers of knowledge.