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The Coming Secular-Religious Persecution

July 2, 2013


The storm gathers on the horizon, and Catholics and Christians had better prepare: You can be sure in the coming years that those who hold to traditional morality will be further marginalized as haters and bigots. Many church denominations will either stop talking about the issue or “discover” a new angle on interpreting Scripture in […]

Con * Spiracy

June 3, 2013


It seems that every time a rock is turned over in the widening scandal surrounding the IRS, ever more selective aggression toward the political right is found, suggesting a broader anti-political right agenda at work: While the developing scandal over the targeting of conservatives by the tax agency has largely focused to date on its […]

Two Marriages, Two Postmortems

April 3, 2013


The holidays, and the weeks immediately afterward, seem to be the time for marital dissolution.  Something about all that feel-good Christmas music, free-flowing libation, and talk of family and relationships, must put dissatisfied spouses in the mood to head for the door. For instance, Athol Kay reported in late January that five fellows running his […]

The Shift In Mate Preferences

February 12, 2013


Via Susan Walsh’s Hooking Up Smart blog, I came across this NYT article by Stephanie Coontz which posits that, inter alia, men are coming to increasingly prefer educated women and are less inclined to value more traditional qualities such as character, pleasantness, virginity and chastity, and traditional homemaking skills.  In short, more “alpha” women.  In […]

Why is Hypergamy a Four-Letter Word?

November 26, 2012

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A reader sent me this email wondering why hypergamy gets such bad press, while the male preference for “younger, hotter, tighter” goes unremarked upon in the manosphere: We all claim to believe that a woman is required to submit to and respect her husband. And if, as we all believe, a man’s job is to […]

Book Review: Where the Right Went Wrong

November 16, 2012

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The Book: Where the Right Went Wrong, by Patrick Buchanan, 264 pages, published in 2004. Summary:  Mr. Buchanan is not known for being a friend to neocons, and this book may be the tome that sealed that impression. He goes out great-guns against neocons, the former “boat people of the McGovern revolution” who were dissatisfied […]

Book Review: An Austrian Perspective on The History of Economic Thought, Part IV

October 5, 2012


Note: This is Part IV of a four-part book review. Part three can be read here. Analysis and Random Thoughts In this fourth and final installment of this overly long book review, I will present some analysis and commentary of a few concepts presented in Rothbard’s work that I found noteworthy. The Zig-Zag Theory of […]