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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 … Continue reading

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Stone Brewing ‘Streamlines’ Event Calendar for 2017

For a number of years now, I’ve been attending most of Stone Brewing’s events in Escondido/San Diego. In my experience, the events have tended to draw large, enthusiastic crowds.[1] As Oakquinox is typically in March (and I am currently not … Continue reading

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Michael Baroni Caves to the Totalitarian Left

The “President’s Page” is a recurring section in the OC Lawyer magazine (the primary publication of the Orange County Bar Association). In that section, the president of the Association often lays out his priorities, comments on developments in the law, … Continue reading

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State of Play: 31 Jan 2017

While it is, at present, only in the fever dreams of the far (read: insane) Left that President Trump is anything even akin to a dictator, should we, at some future point, find ourselves in a situation where President Trump … Continue reading

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An Ascendant Right, a Terrified Left

For decades, the American Left1 has worked to erode Western Culture and Western Civilization. Seldom has the Left encountered an anti-America, anti-West cause behind which it wouldn’t readily rally. Through a combination of propaganda2; infiltration and corruption of the legal … Continue reading

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The Second Amendment, the Supreme Court, and Hillary Clinton

On 18 April 1775, a middle-aged man in Boston sat, almost certainly in his study, and, as a warm fire crackled1, set quill to paper. That man was General Thomas Gage, and the letter he wrote to Lieutenant Colonel Francis … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton’s Emails and Email Server

For those not keeping score, Hillary Clinton is on scandal seven hundred and forty-three1 of her (over)long political career. The scandal du jour (at this point, du mois or de l’année might actually be more apropos) is the fact that … Continue reading

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Quantum Silence

On its site about the status of a “warp drive” (no, really), NASA has a useful ruler for measuring the development of any particular technology. This ruler has five stages: Conjecture: The very beginning of the quest for knowledge. This … Continue reading

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Killing Abortionists Is Moral

What follows is an argument built upon a number of premises, some of them more contentious than others. Should you reject any of the main premises, you will necessarily reject the conclusions1. If, however, you find that you agree with … Continue reading

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Copying and Pasting Passwords

There seems to be a trend among major websites to ‘disallow’ copying and pasting of passwords (generally through JavaScript and other similar means). The thinking behind this is that users who copy and paste their passwords are more likely to … Continue reading

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