Monthly Archives: March 2016

Zeitgeist in the Shell

By now you have probably heard of Tay AI, Microsoft’s attempt to create a female teenage chatbot that went rogue after less than 24 hours of exposure to unfiltered Internet users (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). When the company first … Continue reading

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Mission Matters

Any worthwhile political movement or campaign needs a compelling mission or animating purpose of some kind, and it has to go beyond getting elected. The mission does not have to explain the minutiae of ideology or policy implementation, rather it … Continue reading

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In Flanders Fields

On the morning of March 22, 2016, Muslim terrorists in the Belgian (and European Union) capital of Brussels carried out coordinated terror attacks killing at least thirty and wounding over 200, the largest such incident on the Continent since last … Continue reading

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Ideologies Explained through Meme Allocation

  Capitalism – You sell your memes at a profit and invest in better meme production and new memes. Over time, a yawning gap develops between those who have dank memes and those whose memes are from 2008. Globalism – … Continue reading

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Palestinian Tactics

By now you’ve probably heard of recurring incidents of “violent” scuffles between Trump rally attendees and “activists,” usually of BlackLivesMatter stock. Recently an elderly male Trump supporter was caught on camera punching a vibrant in the face. On the surface … Continue reading

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The Fight for the Alt-Right: The Rising Tide of Ideological Autism Against Big Tent-Supremacy

The big tent is worth preserving to persevere against our common enemies. Continue reading

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