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The Glories of Ukrainian Women: Roosh V’s Bang Ukraine

This is a guest post by Kid Strangelove. Kid originally published this article at his own blog, but he deleted the site a while ago so he could focus on other projects. He asked me if I’d be willing to re-post some of his articles on my blog and I said yes. If I haven’t mentioned it on the […]

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free speech isn't free

Free Speech Isn’t Free by Roosh V

While reading Free Speech Isn’t Free, Roosh’s harrowing account of how the left has tried to deprive him of his right to speak his mind and share his ideas, I thought of a story from the life of Irish independence leader Michael Collins. During the latter stages of the Irish War of Independence, when Collins […]

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The Harem Handbook by Kyle from This is Trouble

The idea of dating multiple women simultaneously doesn’t appeal to me, and I’m not sure if it ever did. One woman gives me more than enough headaches; having more of them around just seems like it’d induce brain damage. Nonetheless, if you’re the kind of guy who wants to spread the love around, I recommend […]

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A Reading from Acidexia by Rachel Haywire

A lot of people liked the reading I did from Jordan Owen’s novel Eros Empire last week, so by popular demand, here’s a reading from Acidexia by Rachel Haywire. Acidexia is a travel memoir from Haywire’s early years, and this excerpt displays both her considerable writing prowess and her mental stability. Remember to subscribe to […]

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A Reading from Eros Empire by Jordan Owen

I ordinarily do an April’s Fool joke post each year, but because I’m too busy this week, I wasn’t able to write a good one. Instead, I opted to do a reading of the first part of the first chapter of Jordan Owen’s novel Eros Empire. Owen’s book is about the porn industry and the […]

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high iq

The Curse of the High IQ by Aaron Clarey

In this video, I review Aaron Clarey’s book The Curse of the High IQ, an engaging but deeply flawed examination of how society discriminates against the intelligent. My written review of Clarey’s book is up at Right On: you can read it here. Remember to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more updates. Click here to […]

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real right returns

The Real Right Returns: A Handbook for the True Opposition by Daniel Friberg

The Real Right Returns is one of those books I still recommend despite feeling a little mislead by the title. A political manifesto-cum-how-to guide from Daniel Friberg, a founder of Arktos and Right On (the latter of which I write for regularly), The Real Right Returns serves as an interesting primer on New Right/alt-right politics […]

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In the Sky by Octave Mirbeau (Translated by Ann Sterzinger)

In this video, I review Ann Sterzinger’s translation of Octave Mirbeau’s In the Sky. I discuss the nature of Louis-Ferdinand Céline-style “loser lit,” why the book succeeds as a comic portrait of male loserdom, how reading the book gave me a new perspective on Sterzinger’s own novels, and more. You can read my written review […]

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self

What to Say When You Talk to Your Self by Dr. Shad Helmstetter

Nearly three years ago, I read a book that changed my life. I’ve talked a lot about What to Say When You Talk to Your Self before, because it’s just that important of a book. Dr. Shad Helmstetter’s masterpiece is a must-own because it attacks the root of what’s wrong with your life: your mental […]

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Valencia by James Nulick

Valencia is the literary equivalent of trying to walk down the street while some asshole chucks rotten eggs at you from the safety of his pedovan. The sophomore effort of James Nulick (I haven’t read his first novel Distemper yet, though I plan to), Valencia features gripping stories, catchy turns of phrase, and some genuinely […]

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