Seven Critical Lessons Learned from The Battle of the Meetups

As Roosh cancelled his ROK tribal meetups (temporarily) following the unprecedented media artillery bombardment, several lessons can be learned, both…

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Of Roosh, Rape, & Stand Alone Complexes

As the world increasingly goes insane before our eyes, the infamous “pickup artist” Roosh V organized a sensible response. As…

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The 2016 Popular Revolt: Feel The Bern

Previously, we went over the background of the 2016 Popular Revolt and its leader on the right. While a revolt…

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The 2016 Popular Revolt: The Trump Train

In all my years of observing and at times working in politics, I have never seen an election cycle quite…

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Why the Cologne Attacks are More Significant than the Paris Attacks

2016 certainly started off with a bang. In fact, the year could not even roll in without a confrontation between…

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2015: The Year That Moderation Ended

2015 was a watershed year for the politics and culture of the Western world. Though an off-year as far as…

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On Donald Trump, Immigration, & Islam

Donald Trump’s recent call to ban all Muslim immigrants from coming into the U.S. has been undoubtedly the most controversial…

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An Open Letter to Feminists

Dear Feminists, 2015 saw some events which gave you an opportunity to be relevant again, to actually do good work…

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