Automating the Narrative

A recent fixture of the business press has been forecast pieces on the increasing role of labor automation. Much of the focus has been on repetitive rather than cognitive occupations, such as cabbies, truck drivers, field hands, and rote assembly. Though advancing prospects for machine learning and voice recognition will also eventually place many white…

Chicago Adding Apostrophes

I wonder what Chicago’s African name will be? I don’t wonder very much, since the world is growing full of weedy patches growing up through the remains of civilization. But it might be worth placing a wager if any Vegas parlors have set a line. The convention of re-naming cities as they return to the…

The Alt Universe

This topology of the dissident right has apparently been circulating for a while, though today was the first I’d seen it. It’s architect was Reaction’s roving MC, Nick Steves who, while being an undeniably sharp guy, has himself conceded to some possible misplacements. Though I thought it was still well worth publishing for sake of…

A New Year’s Meme

Longtime reader Shaunantijihad asked in the previous comments about new memes for a new year. There’s one in particular I’d love to see gain traction. It occurs to me with every reading of Europe’s ‘migrant crisis.’ Why this crisis is Europe’s rather China’s, India’s, or South America’s is something few seem inclined to explore. Though…

Ring the Bell

If you want to call it peacetime, 2016 ends in a tenuous peace indeed. Francis Fukuyama’s End of History remains in a perpetual epilogue, and the only actual evidence of man’s universalism is found in his contempt for other men. Though if the appeal of living in one’s own country could be accurately measured, it…

The Thing’s Lament

While one could cite many worthy candidates, there is probably no living entity more malevolent than George Soros. At an age when most men are staring at squirrels, he continues to toil 666 minutes a day toward the eradication of Europe and her people. If there is any individual consciousness striving toward this end with…

Out to Pasture

Columnist Thomas Sowell recently announced his retirement at 86. I haven’t heard anyone reference his remarks in a long time, though at one point he was considered a movement luminary. This acclaim largely a function of his being a black man capable of articulating conservative principles without a zero copula or invariant be. In this…

Merry Christmas

Anticipation was as heavy as the snowflakes. Each on its own incorrigibly lethargic path to earth. Waiting outside in the gentle dusk I lay supine smiling into the silent deluge. Finally, the rest of a tardy family tumbled out of the house wrapped in hats, gloves, and gifts. A minute later the car was crunching…

The Audacity of Dopes

There’s a sense of propriety in the European soul. Obviously not in all Europeans, but a governor of decorum exists in majorities so vast that the contours of their societies are always bound by it. People generally take only what they pay for, and ask only for what they are due. Which means whites largely…

Better Safe Than Sowwy

We’ve long asserted that if Western Civilization’s maladaptive liberal arc is maintained, that only Chinese museums will be left to archive the story of its decay. If pieces like this are actually true, and not hilarious Internet satire, I am increasingly confident the records of our folly will find a secure repository in the Far…