Author: Corey J. Mahler, Esq.

Free Speech, Corporations, and Dissent

Unique among nations, the United States of America professes to and actually does protect freedom of speech. Enshrined in the First Amendment, but not granted by it, is the freedom for all to speak their minds and to be free from having their lives destroyed for doing so. This freedom has consistently been interpreted very broadly by the Supreme Court. Unlike many of the European nations from which we are descended, there are not topics banned from public discussion in the United States. No man may be haled into court or thrown into prison for speaking the truth, no matter how unpopular. Here, in this country, our home, there are no laws that delimit the bounds of what may or what may not be questioned. Ours is a freedom such as has never before existed in the affairs of men, but it is a freedom under assault. Elites in Silicon Valley employ algorithms designed to silence dissenting views and to bury or ban unpopular speech and engage the services of radical, anti-American entities, often with foreign ties or foreign agents, to censor the political speech of American citizens. Elites in the Media push false narratives intended to distract and to deceive. Elites in Academia enact so-called “speech codes” and deny our younger generations not only their rights to question dogma and to speak their minds but also their chance...

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If Living, Then Not Both Rational and Honest

Anyone who claims to be an Atheist should immediately lose any and all credibility with rational men, for an Atheist can be at most two of the following things: alive, rational, and honest. Naturally, this means that a living Atheist must be irrational or dishonest. The logic behind these conclusions is as simple as it is compelling: If there is no soul1, this life is, in the end analysis, wholly and totally devoid of meaning. In the face of a meaningless existence, the only logical action is not to act. However, avoiding personal pain and suffering is also2 rational, so suicide (in order to avoid the pain and suffering entailed by simply waiting to die) is the most rational choice. Atheists, of course, will advance a number of arguments in an (entirely futile) attempt to rebut this undeniable and irrefutable logic. I have yet to see an even remotely convincing rebuttal3. Further, virtually all of these attempts fall into one (or more) of the following four categories: Evolution Arguments Suicide Is Wrong Arguments Duty Arguments Hedonic Arguments Evolution Argument One of two primary arguments advanced by Atheists when attempting to rationalize their continued existence is the Evolution Argument (the second is the Hedonic Argument, discussed infra). In reality, this ‘argument’ is actually a family of related arguments. They all take essentially the same basic form: ‘the whole point of...

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The American Nationalist Movement: An Inflection Point

The American Nationalist movement is currently rudderless, adrift on a sea of perils where every shore offers opportunity if only one can be reached. We are leaderless1, our platform is non-existent, and our plans are underdeveloped or wholly absent. Wars are won or lost on resources, logistics, and strategy, in that order, and make no mistake: We are at war. Where are our supply lines? Where is our base of operations? To what location may we repair and from which regroup and relaunch operations? We hold no territory, we control no political entities or institutions, and we have no politicians who carry our banners. Each of us lives, largely isolated from his peers, in enemy territory. This is no way to conduct a Crusade. While ideology and end goals are important, food and shelter are necessary. Our adversaries seek to weaken and then to control or to destroy us by denying us gainful employment, by destroying our social lives, and by rendering us personae non gratae through their control of the Media, both traditional and social. We must answer their strategy with a superior one of our own: We must build our own infrastructure and thereby facilitate our own ends. However, infrastructure alone is insufficient to win this conflict. We must become a true movement. We must have an Ideology which we all profess, we must have symbols to...

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The Theology of Hell

There is, perhaps, no more contentious part of Christian theology than Hell. Other parts of the theology1 occasionally cause controversy (particularly in our increasingly immoral and decadent society in the West), but little can compare with the assertion that all who do not believe will be judged, condemned by their lack of belief, and damned to an eternity of suffering. Nevertheless, Hell remains a centrally important part of Christian theology and warrants substantial consideration. When discussing Hell, a number of approaches can be taken; this article primarily approaches the discussion of Hell as a logic problem2. I believe this approach to be useful both when discussing with fellow Christians and when discussing with those of other faiths or no faith. While the number of issues to be analyzed is considerable, there are three main issues and all else falls clearly under these main issues: whether human souls are conditionally or unconditionally immortal; whether deliverance for the damned is available or unavailable; and whether Hell is conditionally or unconditionally eternal. Immortality of the Human Soul: Overview The human soul is or is not immortal. As Christian theology3 proclaims the soul to be immortal, this article does not address the mostly theoretical possibility that the soul is not immortal4. That being said, the soul can be either conditionally or unconditionally immortal. This is a vital distinction. Conditionally or Unconditionally Immortal Perhaps...

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Stages of Existence

For humans, existence progresses through six stages; these stages are as follows: creation, embodiment, life, death, judgement, and eternity. Creation While it can be debated (with logical and Scriptural support for a number of positions) as to just when a particular human soul is created, such debate has little impact on theology and the practical application of theology1. Nevertheless, it remains a stage in human existence and warrants some attention. The possible creation points for the human soul are as follows: prior to conception, at conception, and subsequent to conception. Naturally, the first and third possibilities are broad categories (and so we’ll refer to all three interchangeably as “categories” or as “possibilities”), moreover, taken together, these three categories encompass all possibilities. Logically, the important, possible, more-specific creation points under the first category are: prior to the creation of the Universe, simultaneously with the creation of the Universe, and at some point after the creation of the Universe, but prior to conception. While the third possible creation point (i.e., subsequent to conception) encompasses a number of possible creation points, these are more limited than those under option one and must, at any rate, occur prior to the person in question achieving full sentience2. It is worth noting that the foregoing deals with creation of the soul, not ensoulment. Ensoulment is a separate matter, even if it does largely mirror much...

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