Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Evangelical Mind

All human affairs can be looked at from an “inner” and an “outer” perspective. Consider, for instance, a young couple taking out a life insurance policy. They obviously expect to be paid a specific sum of money upon the death of … Continue reading

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The Conspiratorial Mind

Recently, I was criticized for defending Alex Jones by pointing out that the alternative to his “conspiratorial mindset” is far too often the narcissistic fallacy of believing in a just world with good leaders who unfortunately happen to be misinformed … Continue reading

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Racists as the New Luddites

Why was the ruling class of 19th century England so eager to import hundreds of thousands of Irish workers? Friedrich Engels, writing in 1845, quoted Thomas Carlye to explain: “He is there to undertake all work that can be done … Continue reading

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On Orthodoxy

A few days ago, I read that Hank Hanegraaff, apparently better known as the “Bible Answer Man”, had converted to Orthodoxy. Admittedly, I have no idea who Hank Hanegraaff is, but to me, coming out of a Slavic immigrant family … Continue reading

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Can Muslim Men Really Stop Modernism?

There are always good and bad reasons to criticize something. For instance, Marxism should be criticized for its (anthropological) optimism and the idea that men and women should have the same rights. (In that regard, American cuckservatism, having turned “real equality” … Continue reading

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Waste of Time

Bucknell electrical engineering professor Meriel Huggard canceled her regularly-scheduled lecture for March 29, requiring her students to attend and write about a campus summit on diversity instead. Capitalism didn’t require good “calculators” (people good with calculation), it brought forth … Continue reading

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Nationalism in the Age of American Monoimperialism

First the good news: Christ is truly risen! Now for the bad news: we live in the age of American monoimperialism. People have all kinds of confused ideas about what the “elites” (how good little slaves call the ruling class) … Continue reading

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