A brief summary of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Who are the real monsters? Plus, three new memes
Book / Essay Reviews
"You do not do that by being polite, conciliatory, or avoiding conflict. You do that by generating as much internal conflict within the cult as you can." — C.J. Hopkins
Some thoughts on Edward Dowd's book "Cause Unknown"
"Last week," says Jonathan Swift, "I saw a woman flayed, and you would hardly believe how much it altered her person for the worse." In this post I give you quotes from one of the best essays on Satire I have ever read.
Deanna Kline tells patient stories that must never be forgotten. We cannot let these governments, companies, schools, people and institutions around the world who participated in this, sweep these people under the rug as if they never existed.1 Comment(s)
American Pravda: My Fight for Truth in the Era of Fake News by Jame O'Keefe is an excellent book. It's fun too. Undercover journalism sounds both exciting and stressful.
Republicans and conservatives have been playing defense for far too long. It's time to put the offense on the field. Andrew Breitbart has a game plan.
King evaluates the student movement against racism and explains why it was succeeding.
What if you have not been born courageous? What if the fear of the power of the state paralyzes you? What can you do?
In this essay Solzhenitsyn begins by acknowledging those of us who may lack courage to fight against totalitarianism and he offers a solution. It will not be an easy path, but it is a necessary one.