Supplied by no other than Larry Correia. He’s in rare form, beyond calling out the puritanical screeching that has become so obligatory on the Left, he makes this salient point: I often see people describe rags like the New Yorker as “intellectual”, and then they lament how America is “anti-intellectual.” No. America isn’t anti-intellectual. The problem … More A Glorious Fisking of the New Yorker’s Chik-Fil-A Snit
Basically, this whole post by Peter Grant at Mad Genius Club: First, the publishing world, like the rest of the ruling class, just can’t even with the last election, and by golly, they’re going to react to it. And after noting how they think “Trump voters have created space in the political conversation for heretical ways … More On Publishing and Platforms in the Age of Trump
I am generally distrustful of bipartisan legislation, especially when the CEO of RIAA is this enthusiastic, but this doesn’t look too bad on its face: A key provision of the bill is for Congress to establish the equivalent of a SoundExchange for songwriters to track credits and distribute royalties when digital services use their work. … More Music Modernization Bill Sounds Good.
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This was a short essay I wrote a few years ago and have toyed with either expanding or publishing as-is. I decided upon the latter. It’s basic point, that rebellion is justified according to the prime value of a culture, is to my mind eloquently expressed. There’s obviously a great deal more to say on … More Available on Amazon: The Right of Revolution
I’m done with blogging about politics. It no longer interests me. This election has driven from me the desire to man the digital barricades. In the years I’ve spent shouting from my soapbox here, I’ve accomplished nothing. Gun to my head, only vote that matters, forced to choose between Trump and Clinton? I’m not voting … More Good-Bye to All That.
Not this election cycle. Maybe not the next one. But it’s coming. In today’s America, a network of executive, judicial, bureaucratic, and social kinship channels bypasses the sovereignty of citizens. Our imperial regime, already in force, works on a simple principle: the president and the cronies who populate these channels may do whatever they like … More The Revolution is Coming, Friends.