Why The Chauvin Verdict Is Good
April 21st, 2021 | RR
If you're even reading this first sentence, you must be open-minded enough to hear me out. I'll start by saying that the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial was further testament to the clown world we are living in, in the sense that he was convicted on both murder and manslaughter charges. I'll also say that the way BLM and politicians politicized the trial and threatened violence in the face of anything but a guilty verdict was disgusting.
Twitter Takedown: How The Left Controls Culture
April 19th, 2021 | MP
While the importance of the specific details revealed in O’Keefe’s undercover videos cannot be understated, we should take a step back and ask ourselves how we got to this point. How did Twitter, CNN and a whole host of other businesses and organizations lose sight of their original purpose of providing a product or service for profit, to becoming the thought police and enforcers of social justice?
Culture Happens Before Policy
April 7th, 2021 | RR
Culture wars are exhausting. Fighting fire with fire takes a toll on everyone's mental health and reputations. No one enjoys having to betray their own principles to win the small battles, or to climb down to the same level as their degenerate opponents, but it's a requirement to win the long game. None of us want to boycott or cancel our enemies, but their ruthlessness has put us between a rock and a hard place.
Yes, Cancel Culture Is Real
April 1st, 2021 | RR
The new narrative emerging on the other side of the political fence is that cancel culture is a myth fabricated by the far right. Obviously, this is false. It's another tactic by political operatives to make the other team sound like unhinged wingnuts who peddle unsubstantiated conspiracy theories. While celebrities with diverging opinions continue to get fired and while singers, writers, actors and public figures continue to lose their jobs and churn out apology letters, we're expected to believe that it's all just a figment of our imaginations.
Hidden Factor: What We Miss In Our Predictions
April 1st, 2021 | AR
There is a common factor that is often overlooked by our cultural prophets. The predictions that have succeeded share one common attribute that is seldom remembered in modern prognostications. The predictions that were somewhat accurate but still missed the mark have something in common with each other and all of the failures. How a culture or society advances and shapes the future has one more factor than politics, ideology, economics and education.
Conservatives Can Win By Being Conservative
April 1st, 2021 | RR
Despite being betrayed by grifters inside his own party, Andrew Scheer has been one of the most successful conservatives to have ever run for office in Canada. In a measurement of raw votes, Scheer is the second leader under a conservative label to have won the support of more than six million Canadians. Historically, it's an achievement that may never be matched again by a conservative for another twenty years.
The Year Of White Supremacy
April 1st, 2021 | SP
There are white supremacists everywhere, friends. Do you not see them? Even when they are not murdering people on the streets and terrorizing neighbourhoods, they are responsible for the others who terrorize neighbourhoods and slaughter innocents. Everyone from Muslim men to depraved Atheists, white supremacy is responsible for all of their violent deeds.