Monthly Archives: March 2010

Looking Deeper Into The Way Things Work

Alternativeright.com is a new paleoconservative site, so it typically will show the intellectual deficiencies of that line of thinking, but I found an interesting article on there- http://www.alternativeright.com/main/blogs/trash/pop-culture-is-important/ Popular culture is used by liberals to brainwash people into believing liberal … Continue reading

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When The Elephants Fight, The Ants Get Trampled

As Moldbug pointed out in some criticism of Auster, a conservative today would have been a liberal in the 50’s. In that spirit I would like to review how I see the divisions that have generated over the last 80 … Continue reading

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Thrasymachus on VDare on Auster on Steyn on Frum

You can look all these people up yourself since links suck in Blogger (and now they suck in WordPress too) but you can see the circular firing squad of today’s conservative world. There is nothing new or interesting or remarkable … Continue reading

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"Evil! Pure And Simple! From The Eighth Dimension!"

Fans of “Buckaroo Banzai” will recognize the quote. An almost random link from Andrew Sullivan- http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_daily_dish/2010/03/china-realist.html Actually AS isn’t that evil. He just went around the bend on the gay marriage thing; that whole process is worth looking at sometime. … Continue reading

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Parallel Logic and Liberalism

At the end of this Steve Sailer mentions how liberals want two contradictory things- excellent teachers in inner city schools, but without discipline- http://isteve.blogspot.com/2010/03/nyt-school-discipline-is-racist.html Logically, no teacher with other options is going to want to teach in a school where … Continue reading

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The Catastrophic Theory Of Liberalism

I use “catastrophic” in its mathematical sense, a function not with a smooth curve but one that at some point makes a rapid break- like a beam that when loaded past a certain point does not gradually bend, but breaks, … Continue reading

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My Issues With Moldbug

Opposing the system has come to seem more and more pointless to me. I still want to figure out how it works; partly out of morbid curiousity and partly out of a vague hope that if understood, it can be … Continue reading

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