Category Archives: Race

Ming China, Precursor to European Dictatorship: Part 1, Introduction and Defining Fascism

¬† Of the world’s many great civilizations throughout history, few have generated the same amount of fascination as China. Among the reasons for Sinophilia are a history spanning over four thousand years, a rich culture and literary tradition, and a … Continue reading

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Why the Illiberal Left Lost the Culture War

Over the past few years, a new strain of left-wing politics has become increasingly influential in American society, particularly among younger millennials. Though clearly a product of the left, it can hardly be considered “liberal” in the traditional sense of … Continue reading

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A Boost for Bernie from #BlackLivesMatter?

On Saturday afternoon, Vermont Senator and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was interrupted at a rally in Seattle by a group of black women. The women took the stage from Senator Sanders and proceeded to accuse him of not … Continue reading

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The Jews and the Chinese: An Anthropological Comparison

Out of the many ethnic groups in the world today, there are few whose longevity is greater than or equal to that of the Jews and Han Chinese. Over millennia, both groups have made vast contributions to world history. Although … Continue reading

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Binyamin Netanyahu: A Threat to the Jewish People

Dear Prime Minister Netanyahu: It’s no secret that you are deeply concerned, and not without merit, about Iran’s recent nuclear agreement with the P5+1. Like you, I am no fan of the Iranian regime, its human rights abuses, or the … Continue reading

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Why Hillary Clinton and the Democrats Shouldn’t Celebrate Just Yet

After years of speculation, former Secretary of State, New York Senator, and First Lady Hillary Clinton finally announced on Sunday that she will run for President of the United States. Many Americans of all political stripes expect her to easily … Continue reading

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Jihad vs. McWorld in New York: A Reflection on the Bloomberg-de Blasio Disparity

In 1992, political scientist Benjamin Barber proposed a theory in the Atlantic Monthly. ¬†According to this theory, the forces of globalization and corporate influence, that have become influential worldwide, created tensions with the traditional cultures and values in parts of … Continue reading

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How the Democrats and Republicans Dupe Their Bases

For those of you who read my blog, you have probably figured out by now that I feel that the Democratic and Republican Parties are, to put it politely, pieces of garbage. Despite the different rhetoric that politicians and pundits … Continue reading

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Exposing the Second Yellow Peril

Americans across the political spectrum have observed the rapid rise of China as an influential economic, military, and political power over the course of the past twenty years.¬† Many fear that as an authoritarian state with a highly nationalistic population … Continue reading

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