My new short story collection – a study on creation and destruction, self-destruction and self-preservation, and how we can never seem to find the right instinct for the case in hand – is out.Continue reading My New Short Story Collection: Deliverance Machine and Other Stories
My friend Joel is living in Japan for a year, he and I catch up after his first ten days in the country.
A reading, though something of a research-starter, of a chapter from Andrew Breitbart’s Righteous Indignation. Learn the origins of Cultural Marxism, and how too many people who claim they want to help people, really want to destroy society to the extent that communism seems like a good choice.
The deterrent effect works on the belief on the part of the opponent that a retaliation will be forthcoming. Despite how much we don’t want to retaliate, our people and theirs will be safest if we pretend that we always will.Continue reading The Nuclear Deterrent: A Response to a Meme by Another Angry Voice
A terrorist attack has struck at yet another aspect of France that the French value most. ISIS is the threat to civilisation, because of who they are and because of who we are.Continue reading The Nice Terrorist Attack, What Do We Do Now? (Graphic Image)
I took two walks to the beach, a thin strip of sand and concrete just to the East of Copenhagen.Continue reading Photos from Copenhagen, #2: by the Beach
Copenhagen is a beautiful city, and I was fortunate to catch some lovely scenes when I visited.Continue reading Photos from Copenhagen, #1: by the River
Some thoughts from Copenhagen, in no particular order.Continue reading Musings from Copenhagen
Move on. Think Positively. Don’t dwell on it. All of this is much, much easier said than done. It’s possible, though, and here’s how.Continue reading How to Be Happier, Particularly How to Move on from Relationship Breakups
The media will underplay the ideology that motivates a white person if they commit an atrocity, blaming emotional issues instead. Let’s put this to the test.Continue reading Examining the Media’s Representation of Atrocities, II: Dylann Roof