Posts Tagged ‘ Marxism ’

Catch The Zeitgeist

I’m sure our followers are starting to tire of winning-or, at the very least, want to take a leisurely break-so we thought we’d present a fascinating philosophical debate completely unrelated to this past week’s presidential election. The Zeitgeist movement-as best as I can surmise from this debate-is a strange mixture of anarcho-syndicalism, techno-Marxism, earth...
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Pence v. Kaine

Alas, I wasn’t able to watch Tuesday’s VP face-0ff. Thankfully, we can all view the debate in its entirety-including Tim Kaine’s numerous interruptions-thanks to the Internet. When Hillary selected her running-mate, most analysts were perplexed. Aside from giving her an advantage in the purplish swing state of Virginia, there didn’t seem to be much...
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The Red Death

The Red Death

Even as the collectivist enterprise in Venezuela implodes, spreading misery, resentment, and hopelessness among the 30 million people suffering under Chavismo-whose tales of woe are easily accessible-there are those who refuse to acknowledge the destruction their ideas have caused. The allure of Marxism, in spite of its astronomical body count, to public intellectuals and elite...
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Not So Useful Idiots

Not So Useful Idiots

Although the ferocity of the Never Trump protests has diminished-in tandem with the Great Red Hope’s impending demise-that doesn’t mean the regressive left has quietly retired from the public sphere. A slightly more sedate Communist rally was held last Sunday within Union Square to commemorate what I like to call fascist Christmas.
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On Liberty (Todd Seavey Explains Libertarianism)

On Liberty (Todd Seavey Explains Libertarianism)

For Beginners Books I just hope everyone there – and all of you out in blogland – keep in mind Bryan Caplan’s Ideological Turing Test: Strive to model your opponent’s thinking as human and well-intentioned, not demonic. I always do, even though everyone is stupid. -Todd Seavey  I love the above quote for a...
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We Are Breitbart (NYC Splinter Cell)

We Are Breitbart (NYC Splinter Cell)

  New York City can often feel like an alien environment for those who prize rationality and individualism over collectivist groupthink and social justice campaigns designed to distract you from the fact that public section unions and non-profits exercise a stranglehold over the decision-making process. Our mayor is a Cold War Era relic who fetishizes...
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A New York Scene (Socialists v. Trump)

Update: Photos from the melee.  As most of you might have heard, this weekend saw a spate of anti-Trump rallies in both Arizona and New York City. Although the demonstrations here did not result in widespread lawbreaking and disruption, they did give you a sense of the mentality pervading open borders fanatics and socialist political...
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May Day Madness

My apologies for tackling this over a week after it occurred, but more pressing issues commanded my attention, obviously. That said, there’s much more great coverage of the May Day convocation of Marxist lunatics and open borders brigands from our friends at New York Ice, including more footage from the event uploaded to Vimeo,...
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The Silent Majority

Update: Full coverage of May Day on The Silent Majority No More. New York ICE was out in the streets for May Day, confronting the open borders demagogues and Marxist rabble during their annual trek to Union Square. You can see a complete set of photographs from the day’s events  by viewing Nomad New...
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Inside The Mind Of A “Mad Man”

Inside The Mind Of A “Mad Man”

Update: Here’s a link to a somewhat more concise review I did for Goodreads.  One of the most common critiques of contemporary American society, and Western culture more broadly, is its purported enthrallment to the opiate of celebrity. The notion that ordinary Americans are so dumbfounded by popular entertainment that they can’t understand linear,...
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