What is the Key to a Cultural Renaissance?

At the end of 2019, I pondered whether that had been the year woke culture peaked. That was just before…

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Was 2019 The Year Woke Culture Peaked?

We’re in the last days of the 2010s, and though this decade has witnessed more material prosperity than ever before…

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Tracing the Plutocratic Insurgency

Western society has now become a gigantic game of dodgeball. Labels like “nationalism,” “globalism,” “SJW’s,” “alt-right,” or whatever are thrown…

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10 Ways to Make Healthcare Great Again (#PeoplesPlanHealth)

Scott Adams wrote another interesting post this week, proposing that, because congress has proven incapable of acting to create a…

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Lessons in Persuasion from France and Why I don’t think Marine Le Pen Can Win

First came Brexit. Then there was the “shock” election of Donald Trump. Afterward, all eyes turned to France. People began…

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The WWF Attitude Era: A Counterculture Archetype

In all my years on God’s green earth, I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite as hot as the…

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Trump’s First Address to Congress: A Persuasion Sistine Chapel

I hope you were watching very intensely last night, because you saw an artistic masterpiece unlikely to be repeated for…

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It’s Time for a new CPAC

Was CPAC a success? Every year around this time, the biggest names in conservatism (or so they say) gather in…

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6 Ways the Media Can Stop Being “An Enemy of the American People”

The latest mass hysterical meltdown of the Trump era is when the President called the “fake news media” (singling out…

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2017: The Year Cultural Populism Challenges Big Hollywood

What happens first always appears better and more original than what comes after. If you succeed a great man or…

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