Man-Up and Drop “Game”. (A Non-Political Blog).
If you’ve read many blogs in the “Manosphere” or the “Alt-Right” you’ve probably seen articles that argue both the pros and cons of “game” as an antidote to feminism. Whether this post qualifies as manly enough for the Manosphere; you can basically put this one down as yet another con. It’s not just that “game” won’t do the job tactically. “Game,” I believe, is yet | Read More »
So What’s The Problem?
Officer: “Buddy, you are legally drunk!” Motorist: “Legally drunk. Well, if it’s legal what’s the problem?” – George Carlin (HT: wsws.org) Dr. Natalie Carroll is probably a much better human being than many of her patients deserve. She delivers babies in a poor, African-American neighborhood in Houston, Texas. She laments the fact that 72% of the African-American mothers giving birth this year will be unwed. | Read More »
p>I wish I were U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker. He can read the minds of people who voted for legislation that gets tested before his bench. That’s an amazing ability. It puts him on a par with the mighty Wizard of Oz, the powerful wizard of the Emerald City. In ruling against Proposition 8, which denied the validity of homosexual marriage in California, he demonstrated | Read More »
Of Manhood, Equipoise and Our Great Nation’s Future
“Manly men, do manly things, in manly ways!” – Traditional Rugby Pre-Game Cheer. In the mind of Historian Barbara Tuchman, French Noble Enguerrand de Coucy (1340-1397), exemplified manly virtue. In her masterwork of comparative history, A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century she describes Coucy as a “whole man in a fractured world.” Today our world increasingly fractures. Little mistakes in diplomacy, in economics and | Read More »
Of the nation’s 600,000 bridges, 12 percent were found to be structurally deficient. This is an almost perfect metaphor for Third World conditions: a money class fleeces the banking system while the very trunk of the national tree is permitted to rot and crash.—Christopher Hitchens, Vanity Fair, Oct 2008. It was still 2008, The Smirking Chimp was in office, and the politically correct believed it | Read More »