Monthly Archives: December 2011

Advanced Capitalism- Suspiciously Like Communism

I’m staying in a hotel tonight. Not because I had planned to but because an airline screwed up and I missed the last flight. I spoke with many airline employees today, and almost all were both rude and incompetent. Ferdinand … Continue reading

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Implicit Whiteness #6- Explicit Whiteness

We see that there are lots of things that are white, but not explicitly labeled as such; these things are regarded by the elite as sometimes good, sometimes neutral, often bad and suspicious. But these things have a certain freedom … Continue reading

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Evolution and the Hard Hand of Nature

H/t to Instapundit, here is an article on a horrible parasitic disease in Africa. Aren’t the cold and snows of the northern latitudes a hostile environment for man? To an extent, yes. But the tropics have both large predators, such … Continue reading

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Christmas Rules

I bow down before those who write a lot every day. I’m not inclined to write that much right now, because it is Christmas, and it’s time to have a good time. Every year around this time a few soreheads, … Continue reading

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Implicit Whiteness #5- Rural or “Southern” Culture

Brantley¬†Gilbert is right-¬†country is indeed country wide- What is usually thought of as “southern” culture is really the culture of people living outside the big cities everywhere in North America. You may not find people with “southern” accents in Canada, … Continue reading

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Better Schools, Or Better Kids?

Years ago I read an article in one of the free papers on the horrors of being a substitute teacher. The unfortunate was asked if he had seen any way the schools could be improved. He responded, “We don’t need … Continue reading

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Vaclav Havel and the Memory Hole

Here’s a quote from Vaclav Havel that succinctly describes the intellectual compromise, the at least partly voluntary surrender of reason, that occurs under leftism. It’s dated 1978, but he could just as easily be describing us today. Our system is … Continue reading

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