Recently, I’ve been listening to the works of many brilliant minds. Listening to the research, and discoveries on what underlies the current state of politics in the United States, though it’s not only there that we see intense political polarization. Many
Ta-Nehisi Coates walks into an alt-right bar. The bartender says, "Why the wrong face?" *** Richard Spencer walks into a bar. "What can I get you?" the bartender asks. Sitting on the stools at the counter are three Jews, one Italian, two Pollacks, three
I'd like to take you, dear readers, on a stroll down Memory Lane. It was the 1920s through the early '30s: Americans danced the Charleston; were captivated by the feats of Lindbergh, Earhart and Ruth; and immersed themselves in the
I'll say this for those white supremacist/neo-Nazi fucks: they sure did pick an interesting type of torch to march around Charlottesville with. Though Tiki torches were carried in a hate rally, they had to have been purchased beforehand, which means
I have a co-worker who is of Puerto Rican descent. His name is Luis. We're about the same age. He's been married 20 years. He and his wife work, and their eldest son has just started college. We were both
All it takes is a Hoppe, skip and a jump for those, who are joking online about throwing communists from helicopters to justify their actions. A growing wave of Libertarians and Anarcho-Capitalists are finding themselves drawn to the world of anti-Communist
Members of Being Libertarian's staff have a discussion about terrorism from the New Left, whether or not Milo Yiannopoulos goes too far, and SJWs craving authority. This week Brandon Kirby is joined by Arthur Cleroux and Alon Ganon.