Monthly Archives: February 2016

Hillary, Kesha, and a Bankrupt Illinois – Victims make Poor Teammates

Accountability is what separates the strong from the weak. Whether that be accountability to oneself, or to those around you. Accountability no less lies at the heart of individualism, for if we trust ourselves to rely on the endeavor of … Continue reading

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Red Pill Liberalism

What is a Red Pill man, if nothing other than hyper-individualistic. And at its core, classical liberalism is all about such individualism. A fierce defender of things like free speech and due process. The problem is that modern Progressive liberalism … Continue reading

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Identity Politics, Hilary Clinton, and the Boomerang Effect

The ironic thing about Totalitarians is that eventually the Totalitarianism they are pushing for – i.e. the silencing of dissenting opinion – comes back around to bite them in the butt. I refer to this as the Boomerang Effect. It … Continue reading

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Feminists support Drunk Driving

Apparently, Feminists support drunk driving. The CDC released an infographic warning women against the dangers of binge drinking. Feminists were outraged. I mean, it’s just like those silly drunk-driving commercials – people should be able to get drunk and do … Continue reading

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Chicago Teachers Union – Have unions turned their back on Liberalism?

One cannot assume a collectivist approach is Liberal, or vice versa. Indeed, often collectivism is directly at odds with the individuals it is trying to help. Yet, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) and the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) this week … Continue reading

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