In this episode, I discuss “affirmative consent,” sexual intimacy, how the left is trying to redefine sex to destroy heterosexual relationships, and how the alternative right is supporting them. I also discuss the New Hampshire primary and my predictions for Donald Trump in South Carolina, talk about last week’s Return of Kings tribal meetup in […]
In this video, I discuss how the alternative right turned into a hive of bitchy gossip girls and how they can avoid the fate the manosphere suffered. This video was inspired by the alt-right going full SJW and claiming that Roosh is a “rapist”: given my own travails with false rape accusations in the past […]
Right On has created an amusing English-language infographic about the 2016 presidential election featuring the one-sentence summaries I made of each candidate that I originally provided to Magyar Hirlap. Click here to check it out.
Last night, I joined the Bechtloff, William Rome, Ann Sterzinger (and later, Undertow and Artistic Layman) for a live YouTube stream, discussing the failed feminist anti-ROK protest in Rogers Park, the Super Bowl, my Iowa caucus coverage, and more. Listen by playing the video below (I join at 59:24).
On Saturday night, the Return of Kings Chicago tribe held our scheduled meetup somewhere in the heart of the city, while miles away, dateless feminists sat in the cold impotently waving signs. While Roosh himself cancelled the International Meetup Day last week, the Chicago tribe has been around for well over a year (in fact, […]
Most of you are probably aware of the global nervous breakdown people have been having over the now-scuttled Return of Kings tribal meetups that were going to happen today. For the past week, Roosh, myself and our fans have been accused of being “rape supporters” who were organizing “pro-rape rallies,” and feminists are accusing me […]
Robert Stark recently interviewed me on his podcast The Stark Truth, where we discussed my coverage of the Iowa caucuses, the popularity of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, how Microsoft may have committed voter fraud to help Marco Rubio, and much more. Click here to listen.
In this episode, recorded just prior to the Iowa caucuses, Karl Ushanka and I ramble about the presidential race. I sum up my experiences in Iowa, grill Karl on his opinion on Donald Trump, give predictions for who will win the campaign, and much more. Listen below: This edition of the podcast is brought to […]
Earlier this week, I was interviewed by Mariann Őry of Magyar Hírlap (Hungarian News), one of Hungary’s most-read newspapers, on the presidential election and my coverage of the Iowa caucuses. Őry also asked me to provide one-sentence summaries of each candidate in the race. You can read the full interview (in Hungarian) here. I mainly […]
I conclude my Iowa caucus coverage by analyzing yesterday’s results at ROK: Lest you wrongly think that voter turnout and rally turnout have no correlation, professional pollsters backed up what I saw on the ground: the Iowa caucus was a fight between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, with Rubio languishing in a distant third with around […]