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conquering

How Feminism is Conquering the Third World

This is a guest post by James Maverick. There is a war going on in the developing world. It’s not your typical war with tanks, guns, and ammo. It’s a war for the people’s hearts and minds. While there are lots of things attempting to do just that, feminism, as usual, is trying to colonize […]

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Los Angeles: A Vision of the Globalist Future

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on November 6, 2016. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. It’s one thing to imagine the ways that globalization will destroy the West; it’s quite another to see them in action. A recent trip to L.A. gave me an unsettling glimpse at the Left’s […]

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The Tombstone of the American Empire

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on August 5, 2016. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. Dying nations are defined in part by their ability to delude themselves. The Flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania is a case in point. Americans will do anything to deny the reality that they […]

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Thoughts on Visiting Belgrade, Serbia

Last summer, I took a short trip to Belgrade, Serbia in order to get out of Hungary for a bit. Belgrade is the country’s capital, situated further south along the Danube River and an eight-hour train ride from Budapest. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, so here are my observations on the trip… 1. […]

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European Travel is Better Than American Sex

This is a guest post by Kid Strangelove. Kid originally published this article at his own blog on August 2, 2013, 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. Let me get […]

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How to Travel from Budapest to Lviv by Train

Train travel in Europe is usually pretty easy, and there’s no place where it’s easier than in Budapest, which is one of the hubs of Europe’s railway networks. That is, unless you’re going to Ukraine. For some reason, train tickets between Hungary and Ukraine cannot be purchased online, either from MÁV or Ukrainian Railways. It gets […]

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Győr

Thoughts on Visiting Győr, Hungary

I recently had the opportunity to visit Győr, a small city in northwestern Hungary about midway between Budapest and Vienna. Győr is best known for the Battle of Raab (its former German name) in 1809, where Napoleon’s armies defeated a combined Austrian and Hungarian force during the War of the Fifth Coalition. The French victory at Győr […]

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language barriers

Five Tips for Dealing with Language Barriers While Traveling

NOTE: This is a sponsored guest post by Speaking Abroad. If you’re interested in advertising on my site, click here. If you’re traveling abroad, you need to read this. 1. Knowing ten words puts you in the top ten percent. Too many people (I’m looking at you, British stag parties) simply go into another country and go around […]

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new york

Allow Me to Introduce You to My New York

This is a guest post by Kid Strangelove. Kid originally published this article at his own blog on December 18, 2013, 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. New […]

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Thoughts on Visiting Lviv, Ukraine

Last week, I was required to leave Hungary temporarily and had to pick a city to visit while I was away. I settled on Lviv, Ukraine, a small tourist city located a stone’s throw from the border with Poland. While I’d originally intended only to visit for a couple days, I enjoyed Lviv so much that […]

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