Friday, May 17, 2019

The 22 Convention

Mountain Khakis

Keanu






Ops-Core and Gentex



Thursday, May 16, 2019

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Lauren Chen on #YouCantWatchThis






"Conservative Feminism"?

Sig’s John Wick 3 Guns, ft. Taran Tactical!

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

They Should Be Asking, "Whom Are You Ignoring?"

Rod Dreher: Where Are The Good Christian Men?

Careerism (if not outright feminism) + hypergamy = single Catholic women.

Oh, and the Anglosphere has been ruined thanks to cultural Marxism.

So is Anna Hitchings willing to settle?

The Original Conception Would Have Been Better

A fourth and final Mad Max with Mel Gibson to end the series.

They'd Erase Him Out of History If They Could

Abbeville: George Washington: A Biography by Jeff Wolverton

A review of George Washington: A Biography in Seven Volumes (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1948-54) by Douglas Southall Freeman This is the definitive George Washington biography and is for the serious reader. The life… »

John Randolph of Roanoke

Abbeville: John Randolph of Roanoke and the Formation of a Southern Conservatism by John Devanny

One of the great issues of American political history is whether an authentic American conservatism exists. This is a crucial question for Southerners, as the South is historically viewed as the most conservative of the… »

Monday, May 13, 2019

Another Jack Murphy



Huawei, So Sad


Training V. Practice

PBS Kids Tries Again

ET: 'Arthur' Character Mr. Ratburn Comes Out as Gay and Gets Married, Social Media Reacts By Scott Baumgartner‍

Pedestalizing?

Texas Monthly: "How to Be Southern" --

How to Be a Southern Belle
A Southern belle is born, not made. (Some of them can be made, too, but we’ll get to that later.) And the place where she is born is in the mind of the Southern man.
Down through the tangled thickets of Southern chivalry, there was one figure who stood for everything that was pure—spiritually, culturally, racially, and sex­ually. That was the belle, and she was a great comfort to the Southern gentleman who had a hard time sticking to the high­road. When he was out dueling, he knew she was home embroidering. When he was succumbing to base desires in the bawdy house she was in raptures over the romances of Sir Walter Scott. When he was cheating his neighbor in business she was tending her sick mammy. And when he came home she loved him still. The belle worked the same magic as the Catholic church in Italy. After you got so dirty, it felt wonderful just to be around someone who seemed so clean.
Well, things are more complicated now, and everyone has trouble sticking to the highroad—as the young lady here sug­gests. But here are a few simple hints. Southern belles are usually smart, but they musn’t seem to be—that was Scar­lett O’Hara’s big mistake. Be tough on the inside and soft on the outside. Avoid excess in all things. You should speak in a low voice, keep your legs primly crossed, and dress in clothes that are tastefully seductive. But in a pinch, don’t worry about taste.

I think we know the answer to the question