What’s Next on the ‘Gay’ Agenda after Transgenderism?

Pride Month erupted across North America with more fanfare than usual, with the Left strangling itself with the noose of intersectionality and once-celebratory marches devolving into brawls between Black Lives Matter, trans activists, and even pro-Palestinian marchers (who successfully got the Jews kicked out of Chicago’s “Dyke March”). Understandably, activists who once defined their movements... Continue Reading →


What is a woman to do in modern day America to find a good man

(source) Life as a 31-year-old single female is actually not so glamorous. The media--music, television, and movies would make most people believe we are Carrie Bradshaws. However, most of my friends and I in this situation are depressed and anxious. Have we missed the boat of true love and marriage? Where does one find it? All of the online... Continue Reading →

A “Stupid German Whore” Changes Her Mind

“Those people who ate with me, drank, danced, laughed — they talk about me as ‘stupid German whore’.” The following is a documentation of an interview with the German artist, activist for the rights of indigenous peoples, and UN advisor Rebecca Sommer, by the Polish website EuroIslam from January 18, 2018. Rebecca used to support Muslim “refugees” in... Continue Reading →

Swedish Politician Who Fought for Equality and Open Borders Is Beheaded in Congo

ibloga.blogspot.hr/2018/02/swedish-politician-who-fought-for.html I love stories like this.I do not feel sorry for her one bit. I have known too many people like her, with their moral sanctimony and sense of superiority, and hatred of Western Civilization, and disregard for the all-too-real effects of their policy recommendations, and their lack of gratitude for the preciousness of our... Continue Reading →

The American System Is Not Capitalism

(source) One of the great myths of our time is that America is a capitalistic country. It is not, and has not been close to capitalistic for more than 150 years. Capitalism is a social system in which an individual’s rights, including his rights to own property, are recognized and all property is privately owned.... Continue Reading →

Manly Men

(source) The first time I ever had a reason to think that maybe the next generation of men coming along were a little light in the loafers, was when I hired a summer intern a dozen years ago. He was a college student hoping to become a lawyer or politician one day. He seemed like... Continue Reading →


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