Out of the Shadows

The power of presumption is a broadly underestimated social force. Those who can summon the brass to simply, openly presume some entitlement are often pleasantly surprised to receive it. That is because denying a second party’s presumption requires action, and sufficient force of will to impel it. Neither of which are much bolstered by our…

Clap Along if You Know What Happiness is to You

That western liberalism terminates neatly in the end of both is hardly a reason to reconsider the union. Maybe that’s one of its most enduring appeals. No matter what misery and decay may occur in practice, the theory always remains pristine. That is until being cross-examined at the Treason Trials. A venue where even the…

Give Me Your Huddled Privilege

They are things of such exotic wonder, it really is a shame that more people haven’t been exposed to the underlying premises of accepted liberal pieties. Never discussed and thus rarely seen, these assumptions typically remain as sheltered from inspection as a stargazer fish. But just because a thing is buried under rhetorical silt doesn’t…

Dorian Gray Conservatism

Oscar Wilde only penned one novel. One he didn’t likely imagine as allegory for future American politics. Though given sufficient time to germinate, every moral of man’s frailty eventually finds purchase in life. Wilde, the once married but frequently homosexed playwright and poet, produced The Picture of Dorian Gray in July 1890. Only God knows…

Healthy Xenophilia

Sexuality is where the rational mind goes for vacation. All of us have those pleasurable portals from polite platonics; though few could logically conjugate them. For instance, it would require great dialectical powers to interest me in Asian women. Short, flat, foreign, and with all the curves of a cinder block, I’ve simply never absorbed…

All Our Times Have Come

You’ve all seen them before. Sometimes female, mostly male, always irritating. One of society’s trailing sled dogs, desperate for a better view. These are people born to lead…a junior high gym class. Though since asperation succumbs slowly to experience, we all remember the type: those who spontaneously bolt out of a languid march with enthusiastic…

Third and Long

I probably haven’t watched an entire NFL game since Hillary Clinton last received cunnilingus from a man. This isn’t self-praise, but simply an admission that the Akron Cobalt and Schenectady Shitbirds hold little claim to my attention. But we all have our diversions, and few would stand tall against determined mockery. Obviously there are sensible…

The Academy Awards

Earlier this week a dyspeptic pygmy named Spike Lee proclaimed his wrath over something he termed the Lilly White Oscars. This apparently being some vacuous broad who annually dispenses alloy citations for plausible mimicry. Reportedly Lee has taken exception to White’s preferences and is threatening to eschew her confab as a result. This leaving millions…

The First Phrase She Learned by Heart

Diversity is coveted from a distance. That those most exposed to its benefits are consistently the least appreciative is a matter of public record. Conversely, its most impassioned advocates typically blossom from homogenous soil. Living among aliens tends to hold the same appeal as watching horror movies: both thrilling only as a voyeur. Much less…

Dear Solipsists

As we’ve highlighted examples recently, it’s become quite chi-chi among lettered blacks to pen open Dear White People correspondence. That sidewalk panhandling and racial mean-mugging could be reduced to the comfort of one’s own computer is testament enough to African ingenuity. Even more so when considering the sizable clown claque of obsequious whites drawn to…