Monthly Archives: April 2015

Assistant Village Idiot might consider applying for a promotion

He call himself “Assistant Village Idiot,” but sometimes I think he should consider bucking for a higher position. Advertisements

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Jayant Bhandari and the cauldron of genetic information

Jayant Bhandari’s article ignores the importance of white genes to white individualism: http://www.libertyunbound.com/node/1399 He wrote – in an almost J. K. Rowling sort of whimsical style – What makes societies poor and what makes them rich? What makes a certain … Continue reading

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Luther Burgsvik channels Walker Percy

http://anotherandrosphereblog.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-ever-changing-opinion-of-experts.html   Over the years we’ve come to hear many claims from so-called ‘experts’ (nutritionists, dating gurus, financial wizards etc), only to have these experts change their minds and do a total volte face a few years afterwards.  It’s enough … Continue reading

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You Should Be Reading Carlton Meyer

You should always keep up to date with Carlton Meyer’s blog. The most recent link seems to be: http://www.g2mil.com/enemies1.htm Normally I am very critical of USA warfighters, but Meyer is a USA warfighter who criticizes his own military-industrial complex. E.g.:

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Dan Sanchez explains why Google is evil

Google’s boycott campaign against war photography and alternative media by Dan Sanchez What happens when a dynamic company, started by a couple of idealistic friends in grad school, succeeds so wildly that it becomes a mega-corporation that pervades the lives … Continue reading

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