Saturday, April 21, 2018

Friday, April 20, 2018

Paul Gottfried on the Necons

AmConMag: Remaking the World in the Neoconservative Image by Paul Gottfried

What they advocate isn’t a foreign policy; it’s an ideological fixation.

An Ex-SF Blogger

Dad's First Day by Mike Wohnoutka

More garbage for the masses.

At first glance, the father has a passing resemblance to the dad in Calvin & Hobbes. But he is more like a useless soyboy of now. The book is supposed to be a humorous role reversal written by a man, with the dad experiencing worrysickness instead of the child or the mom; but the book makes both the character and the author look like cucks. If the father can't model courage in trying good new things (let's assume for the moment that public education is a good thing), then from whom is his boy supposed to learn it from? Of course, the mom.

The book is supposed to foster father-son bonding through reading and so that is probably the reason why the mom is absent in the story; I doubt the dad is divorced 9he wouldn't get custody). More likely the mom character is a careerist modern gal.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Catholic feminism, regular or lite? If it is being endorsed by X...

When the website quotes Susan B. Anthony, what could possibly go wrong?

"Cautious, careful people, always casting about to preserve their reputations, can never effect a reform. -Susan B. Anthony"

Donald Livingston Defends Marshall DeRosa

Modern Heresy by Donald Livingston
Essayist William Deresiewicz recently lamented that modern college students, and college life in general, have become “profoundly unintellectual.” The “snowflake” generation is the byproduct of educational institutionalization. Will this be on the test, and will… »

States' Rights!

Zombies No More: Secession, Nullification, and the Academy by John Devanny
A review of Nullification and Secession in Modern Constitutional Thought. Sanford Levinson, ed. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 2016. The undead walk among us still, or so asserts Sanford Levinson, the editor of an… »

Not quite a false flag op

But used by the United States to start a war, nonetheless.

A Bloodless Victory by Karen Stokes
Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina, is known as the place where the “Civil War” began. The South is normally portrayed as the aggressor, the side which fired the “first shot,” and is thus given… »

Tuesday, April 17, 2018