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How To Overthrow The New Master Race: Western Women

The Western man has achieved great wealth, intellectual attainment, technological advancement, medical breakthrough, and the highest status in the world at breakneck speed in the modern era.  But as all good things must come to an end, the Western man is drifting quickly towards the edges of the whirlpool due largely to his own actions. […]

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Ben Carson And The Sinister Motivations Of Republican Economics

One of the most pervasive myths about poverty in right wing circles is that people who are unable to lift themselves out of it aren’t working hard enough. Some of the most militant advocates of this philosophy are those who come from poor backgrounds themselves, and insist that anyone can do what …Continue reading Continue […]

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Donald Trump’s Latest Whopper: “We Are Not In A Trade War With China”

Once again, Donald Trump is trying to dig himself out of a hole by lying and doing a spectacularly bad job of it. After threatening an ill-advised trade war against China and then actually going through with it without consulting anyone because he was having a bad day, the stock market naturally …Continue reading Continue […]

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Libertarianism Is Not The Answer

Recently I listened to a podcast in which Cassie Jaye, the director of The Red Pill, interviewed Stefan Molyneax about identity politics. Stefan’s answers to most questions were “libertarianism is the answer.” If we just had less government our problems would be solved. He doesn’t usually sound that dumb. Then I came across an article […]

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Sean Hannity Is a F*cking Moron

Why did the stock market crash today? Sean Hannity has the answer, and all you Democrat loving Obamabots aren’t going to like it. Because guess what, it was the black man’s fault! “The Obama economy was so weak all of these years we had just artificially cheap money,” Hannity told his radio …Continue reading Continue […]

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Car Sales In 2017 Weren’t Great And The Future Is Looking Scary

Since the end of the recession, the story of the auto industry has followed one major narrative: record monthly new car sales thanks to cheap credit and pent-up demand. Sure, some brands and automakers did better than others, and over time the market shifted to crossovers, trucks and SUVs over sedans and small cars,…Read more… […]

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Watch a Prominent Donald Trump Backer Get Wrecked on Live Television

Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle invited ‘Donald Trump for President’ advisory board member Brad Thomas onto their MSNBC show today and gave the hapless business man one of the most savage dressing downs I’ve ever seen on live television. Thomas appeared to think that he could lie and evade his …Continue reading Continue Reading at https://thedailybanter.com

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How To Start A Local Labor Union

I was recently sitting down with an old acquaintance, and the conversation turned to his job.  He works in construction, and was frustrated with the fact that during the last economic downturn wages went down, but despite the recent uptick they hadn’t risen. This problem of cost disease is endemic throughout the West.  The volume […]

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How To Start A Local Labor Union

I was recently sitting down with an old acquaintance, and the conversation turned to his job.  He works in construction, and was frustrated with the fact that during the last economic downturn wages went down, but despite the recent uptick they hadn’t risen. This problem of cost disease is endemic throughout the West.  The volume […]

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How To Start A Local Labor Union

I was recently sitting down with an old acquaintance, and the conversation turned to his job.  He works in construction, and was frustrated with the fact that during the last economic downturn wages went down, but despite the recent uptick they hadn’t risen. This problem of cost disease is endemic throughout the West.  The volume […]

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Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Has Been Valued at a Whopping $42 Billion

With the Great Barrier Reef under unprecedented environmental stress, a new report is raising the alarm in terms of its potential economic loss. Valued at Aus$56 billion (US$42 billion), the largest living structure on Earth is now deemed “too big to fail.”Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Has Been Valued at a Whopping $42 Billion

With the Great Barrier Reef under unprecedented environmental stress, a new report is raising the alarm in terms of its potential economic loss. Valued at Aus$56 billion (US$42 billion), the largest living structure on Earth is now deemed “too big to fail.”Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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Why The Trump Administration Could Spell The End of Modern Capitalism

When not continuously checking the news for updates on the Trump Administration’s descent into chaos (and now potential impeachment), I have recently spent a significant amount of time researching the amazing surge of interest in crypto-currencies. Why? Because I’m rapidly coming to the conclusion …Continue reading Continue Reading at https://thedailybanter.com

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5 Important Insights From Red Pilled British Economist Peter Bauer

Overall, ROK leans towards an anti-socialist, anti-globalist, and anti-egalitarian position. One can add pro-Western, although there is no consensus regarding the extent to which traditional culture is preferred over modern or vice versa. As I see it, it is crucial to disentangle the constructive components from the destructive, whether traditional or not, and that includes protectionism contra free trade. Furthermore, it is of chief importance to […]

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