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The First One’s Free

March 15, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

The phrase “taking the red pill” has become a bit of a cliche in dissident circles. It’s so shopworn that pointing out it’s a cliche is becoming cliche. That’s not to say the metaphor is […]

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Combat Frame Data: XCD-103

March 14, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

XCD-103 Eisenpferd     Technical Data Model number: XCD-103 Code name: Eisenpferd Nickname: Iron Horse Classification: heavy assault combat frame Manufacturer: Browning Engineering Corporation Operator: HALO First deployment: CY 40 Crew: 1 pilot in cockpit in chest Height: 19 meters Weight: dry weight 105 metric […]

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Put Down the Ayn Rand

March 13, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

Wherein author Alex Hellene speaks authoritatively on a subject that weighs heavily on my mind, as well: busting the Big Tech trusts. Get over your knee-jerk “Muh private businesses!” conditioning and realize these tech giants […]

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The Long Shadow

March 12, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

Lately I’ve been going back and watching movies from the 80s with an eye to overlooked gems that I’d somehow managed to miss all these years. A lot of Gen X and Gen Y folks […]

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Fear the Future

March 11, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

Recently I was honored to appear on the 100th episode of the JimFear138 podcast. Listeners are always in for a good time when Jim and I get together, and this time may have been the […]

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Sci-Fidolatry

March 8, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

Hollywood atheists spent the 70s, 80s, and 90s preaching a counter-gospel through movies and TV shows that went like this: “Religion has been holding humanity back. We’ll usher in a bright, sexy utopia of pure […]

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An Open Air Debtors’ Prison

March 7, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

The crushing student debt crisis, compounded by several states’ practice of revoking the professional licenses of debtors who fall behind on their student loan payments, is creating an underclass of economic exiles in their own […]

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We Can’t Have Nice Things

March 6, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

After Ethan Ralph, host of popular news and humor show The #Killstream, had his account purged by YouTube, he and other dissenters migrated to streaming startup Stream.me. Now, mere months later, Stream.me has suddenly shut […]

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The Unholy Tribunal

March 5, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ve seen me chronicle how Conservatives forfeited the entertainment industry to the Left while putting up only token resistance. Now the chickens have come home to […]

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The Amazon Age

March 4, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

Pulp Archivist takes to Twitter to ask: Oldpub is dead. The Amazon age is truly upon us. How do publishers make money? You might say, “by selling books,” and you’d be wrong. Books aren’t commodities […]