I have gotten a bit bogged down doing a lot of posts about politics and current events recently, and I wish to instead talk about agrarianism in this week’s post. Namely, I wish to elaborate on the three main reasons why one should be an agrarian. I think that the three main reasons for … Continue reading Three Reasons to Choose an Agrarian Life
Last week Trump ordered a missile strike on the government of Bashar al-Assad, the democratically president of Syria. This was in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons by his army, an incident that Russia claims was a hoax/false flag. I tend to agree with Russia on this one. It makes no sense … Continue reading Syria, Dresden, Democracy, and Burger Nationalism
Those who frequent Alt-Right type websites sometimes see the derisively used term “burger nationalism”. The implication is that of a multiracial proposition nation based around liberty, universal democracy, and materialism -a nation that will eventually degenerate to moral decadence and consumerism -to a nationalism defined by cheeseburger consumption more than by blood and ancestral tradition. … Continue reading Burger Nationalism
I assume that many of the people who read a blog like mine have an interest in firearms. As such, I want to make this brief post about the Four Rules of gun safety. Simply growing up in the country around guns, as I did, does not guarantee safe firearms handling skills. Two things got … Continue reading Musings on the Four Rules
This essay will address the concept of voting for the lesser of the two evils. After considering this philosophically, I will point out the fruits of this mindset in the last election. Not every political issue is a moral one, but most in present-day America are. Evil, by definition, is evil. Not just another way … Continue reading The Fruits of the Lesser of the Two Evils
I did not intend to address yesterday’s anti-gun “March for Our Lives” student marches in Washington D.C. and elsewhere until a post late next week, but I felt the need to make a few brief comments. The march in Babylon on the Potomac was supposed to draw about half a million marchers, but a USA … Continue reading Sunday Special: A Brief Statement on Yesterday’s Leftist March in D.C.
Two days ago (March 20) the popular libertarian website LewRockwell.com published an interesting article titled Is Libertarianism Catholic? In this article, Ira Katz, who is a self-professed Roman Catholic and a Libertarian, makes the argument that Libertarianism is inherently Catholic, and that historically, Papist societies produce the optimum conditions for the development of libertarian … Continue reading Is The Core of Libertarianism Catholic Or Jewish?