A Stubborn Irishman’s View: Charlottesville Race Riots

September 8, 2017 Isaac Mcshane 0

I didn’t have a great childhood. I pretend it never happened. I’ve never regarded my hometown as a sentimental location. It does, however, withhold a particular historical significance. My dad got his PhD at the university, the campus of which happened to be designed by one of our nation’s founding […]

The Demise of Freedom

May 3, 2015 Mark Linnhoefer 0

Or: the grueling disparity between theory and praxis  By Mark Linnhoefer A recent report in a German online publication caught my eyes a few weeks ago, stayed in my mind ever since, and has by now trickled down to my fingers which are therefore unable to rest until the implications […]

Reflections on the Ferguson Fiasco

November 27, 2014 Donnie Casto II 0

Why I never watch the Media Whores of the Mainstream Bordello By: Donnie Casto II I’ve not been paying much attention to Ferguson, Darren Wilson, or the death of 18 year old Michael Brown. Call it a fault of character, call it mistrust of the bastards in the mainstream media, […]