Welcome to the prologue. What does the current news landscape look like, and how did it get this way? When did grand tales of heroes and villains replace object facts and truth? Why is it so natural for conversations like this to inadvertently lead into practical discussions about the collapse of the United States? Today's conversation is with @JamesDerian of the Commutation Construct Podcast. You might recognize James from his Locals community, or the election night coverage @Eng_Politics and I did, which James spent the better part of 12 hours participating in (like a champ). James and I dig into these questions about our destructive media, what can be done about it, and whether or not we can avoid America's annulment. (11/22/2020)
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Happy Monday! To help soften your transition to a new week after a (hopefully) restful Thanksgiving, here is @Eng_Politics and my conversation with none other than Dr. Stephen Hicks. Dr. Hicks is a professor, thinker, author, and scholar, with a particular expertise in the field of Postmodernism. Kevin and I had the honor of discussing a myriad of topics with Dr. Hicks, ranging from Jean Jacques Rousseau, to the contemporary consequences of the French Revolution and our abandonment of 19th Century Liberalism.
This conversation absolutely flew by, and we weren't able to discuss even 5% of the things we were hoping to get to with Dr. Hicks. Fortunately Dr. Hicks agreed, and suggested we have a follow-up discussion this coming Summer. While I know it's a long ways off, I'm still very much looking forward to the prospects of going another round with such an intellectual powerhouse.
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Here's some thoughts on birth, a Pew Poll about political typologies (and what it tells us about Progressives), and potential white pills.
Pew Poll (which you should totally read, btw):
In this episode of Unscrewed, @Karlyn and I discuss strategy for reaching the unreachable, our evolving perspectives on where we are societally, and how to use principles commonly found in ministry circles to "evangelize" sanity to those around us.
Be sure to join Karlyn's @Locals community if you haven't already, and drop any feedback or questions you might have for us to discuss in future conversations down in the comments 🤙
In this episode of Unscrewed, @Karlyn and I discuss Afghanistan (and how it was covered by the corporate press), do an emotional check-in regarding the state of things, make some predictions about the future, and discuss her recent discovery about white supremacist groups. Check it out!
In this episode of Unscrewed, Karlyn and I talk about Libertarianism, PorcFest, and the future of politics on the Right.
"We don't know where this thing isn't."
@JamesDerian suggested I pin and regularly update a thread of sources I'm compiling to illustrate the total societal takeover of Far-Left Orthodoxy, including their explicit targeting of our kids for indoctrination. Here is that thread.
Sesame Street (SESAME STREET 🤦♂️)
The New York Times
The Washington Post
Cartoon Network celebrating transgender children:
More Cartoon Network trans stuff:
Cartoon Network on "normalizing gender pronouns"
Lego released "rainbow set" for Pride Month:
"Queer up your morning routine" with Kellogg's new cereal featuring edible glitter, ...
I woke up this morning with a notification from Locals that I had gained an active supporter in my community (thank you, by the way!)
I honestly have no idea how that was even possible, as I had not set up a Stripe account with which to begin gaining revenue in the first place. I tend to assume people are like me, in that I find myself mildly annoyed when presented with yet another place to enter my credit card information online. As such, I always figured having something like that connected with my Locals community would be more of a hinderance than anything else. However, after this morning, I did cave and set up the Stripe account. The main reason for this is simple: I don't know where this supporter's money would be funneled to otherwise, as it wouldn't have been going to me.
The way Locals works is that only active supporters get to post and comment in your community. I love the conversations I have with you all, and the content you share with this community, so I don't want there ...
“Ingredients, recipes, and what’s really at stake in this election.” by Return to Reason https://link.medium.com/oVN9cfCV3ab