The SJW Narrative Collapse

The Multicultural Narrative Is Collapsing Before Our Eyes As I predicted in 2014, there is definitely evidence of SJW narrative collapse, especially on Reddit and elsewhere, with the rise of Red Pill, Dark Enlightenment, and other anti-SJW movements and ideologies. Online, whenever a story breaks…

Purple Policies, Part 2

From Charles Murray: The Trouble With Kids Today Again, my underlying point is simple. IQ has a substantial direct correlation with measures of success in life, and it is also correlated with a variety of other characteristics that promote success—perseverance, deferred gratification, good parenting, and…

The Appeal of Doom and Gloom

In a slow news cycle, like we’re in now, human interest stories dominate, stuff like the the clock hoax, the Budapest refugee ‘crisis’, and so on, all overblown to turn outrage and curiosity into ad dollars. That’s why the news is a waste of time…little…

The Great Debate Again: Jobs vs. Automation

Again from Aaron: The Luddite Fallacy has a long history of being a fallacy. There are new jobs replacing obsolete ones. And in other instances, automation and jobs can coexist. In the first instance, every major brand has Facebook page and these brands hire people…

Breaking the Tuition Feedback Loop

From Aaron Clarey: On Reddit, 4chan, the blogospehre, and on Youtube, there are three ‘great debates’ that have been raging since 2013: SJWs/Gawker vs. Redpill/PUA/MRA/Gamergate, the largest most heated of the three, is an internet version of the age-old left vs. right schism, but the…

Hillary the Lesser of Two Evils

From Canto Talk: The Democrats are really socialists now That’s right. There is no real difference, and that is not a good path to national election for the Democrats. President Clinton tried to move the party to the center. He worked with the GOP to…

NRx and Modernity

When I discuss modernity and my support for it, it is in the context of technology and economics, as opposed to the push towards progressive social and political norms. As I argue here and here, NRx should embrace technology. The arrow of technology is irreversible….

The Economic Crisis Is In Brazil and Turkey, Not China

As the media goes on and on about a supposed ‘China crisis’, as if a 1% decline in China’s GDP growth constitutes a depression, Brazil was recently downgraded to ‘junk’ by Standard and Poors, meaning that Brazil’s economy, which is heavily dependent on oil, is…