Neo-Xenophobia: How Masturbation, Homosexuality and Working Women Threaten the White Race

Xenophobia is a dislike or fear of people from other countries or of that which is perceived to be foreign or strange. Some definitions suggest xenophobia as arising from irrationality or unreason. It comes from the Greek words ξένος (xenos), meaning “stranger,” “foreigner,” and φόβος (phobos), meaning “fear.” Xenophobia can manifest itself in many ways…

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PGP Health and Weight / Fat Loss Resources

I’ll probably end up using PGP a lot: Pretty Good Paleo. I’m not yet ready to drop the “paleo” description from my posts on health and diet. Why? Because I don’t see that paleo in any way needs to be policed. In no way does it need to be pure, approved, sanitized…or even highly accurate…

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“Sex & Punishment”

Take a look. His book: Sex and Punishment: Four Thousand Years of Judging Desire. The “raging frenzy” of the sex drive, to use Plato’s phrase, has always defied control. However, that’s not to say that the Sumerians, Victorians, and every civilization in between and beyond have not tried, wielding their most formidable weapon: the law.…

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The Thin Blue Line: Saluting Cops on the Street

Professional cops with gold-standard pensions you pay for is only what’s it’s all about. Watch this cop: on the scene, and not minutes away where seconds really count…it’s truly life & death. I guess that cop was all plain clothes & fuckin’ shit. Cheeses, if we could only build roadz.

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The Powerful Paragraph

I love that more people are expressing themselves in the written word on the Intertubes. It used to be that there were only writers, or those who’d rather stick needles in their eyes. One might have expected video—now even real time-video—to leapfrog the need to participate in social media via the written word. Nope. Even…

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Breathe In, Breathe Out, You Machineheads

I did a vid interview today. T’was fun, went almost an hour I think. It was with a new blogger, young guy, enthusiastic. You know the drill. Quick! Kill him before he writes anything that hasn’t been peer-reviewed and approved. He sent me a few topics for thought and questions that I caught over coffee…

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Now This Is Interesting

I sent out a blurb on the email list today, first in months. You can read what I sent out, here. If you like, you can subscribe to the right. I intend, finally, to be sending something out “off blog” about every week. I’ll probably dump thoughts and such into a file as I go…

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Richard Weller: Could the sun be good for your heart?

Do we not understand how a plant needs sunlight in various dimensions, depending upon its nativity? Check out British dermatologist Richard Weller. The takeaway? Well, you can raise your vitamin D levels through supplementation. But, are we just working from an association fraught with the confounding variable of sunshine? It’s probably true that higher vitamin…

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The Plight of the Alpha Female: Kay Hymowitz

Go figure. Males and females have different junk and it’s not superficial. Duh. Update. Smart women should and have already begun to dominate the comment thread. Smart, accomplished women hate certain other women far more than some of the worst men. Duh, again. Quite a cool couple of posts from Judgybitch that my forever friend…

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Simple Burger, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy

Ridiculously simple and easy last night, especially if you have some pre-baked spuds: 400F for an hour in the oven, let them sit out on the counter for days, use as needed. Burgers made thick, then onto a broiling sheet in the oven. I like 200F for an hour. In the meantime, a quart of…

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