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Let's do a 'Mulligan' on the Primaries

I’m no fan of the “lesser of two evils” school of political choicemaking. What you get, in the end, is evil, not so much in the candidates personally (although there could be some question about Mrs.  1,896 more words


Western Civilization Bites Back. Book Recommendation

I have just had the pleasure of reading this profound Tome of Wisdom. It is a collection of speeches by the legendary Jonathan Bowden. I am currently in the works of setting together a “The Glorious Pill Reading List” (which is what I think I will name the list), and this book will definitely be on that list. 111 more words

Philosophy & Politics

Jack Donovan's Becoming a Barbarian. Tribalism and Loyalty

I have just read Jack Donovan’s latest book; Becoming a Barbarian and thought to take this as an opportunity to recommend it wholeheartedly. One of the greatest merits of the book is actually the description of the powers to be, “The Empire of Nothing” as he puts it; a phrase often also used by Paul Waggener of… 693 more words


Austrian Election & How to Gain the Women's Votes

I am certainly not the only one who was mildly sceptical towards the legitimacy of the results of the Austrian election. The details can be interesting to elaborate further on should there be a possibility of a re-election. 406 more words

Sunday Summary

My Recommended Podcasts

Below are some podcasts I recommend for optimal wisdom gains. I listen to episodes of the following during my walks or if I am walking to the gym. 547 more words

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Love sinks

D. Fitzgerald ©.

Everyone hears of a better way, a better life, and a better world; however, that world has become a dream.  Reality is corrupted by violence, painted in gore and hidden by lies.   599 more words