Monthly Archives: May 2017

Quote of the Week: John Maynard Keynes on the Long Run

In the long run we are all dead. Although some people have interepreted this statement as Keynes displaying a callous disregard for the long term consequences of his proposed policies, that’s not quite accurate. Here is the same quote with … Continue reading

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The Voice of Europe Episode 153 – Feminist Boycotts

Today, as on most Fridays, I’m co-hosting the Internet radio show The Voice of Europe, alongside Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff. Join us as we discuss gender relations and sexual politics in Europe from a pro-male and anti-feminist perspective. Tonight’s … Continue reading

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Civilization Is a Plastic Spoon

Have you ever gone on a picnic and taken along disposable plastic cutlery, even though you have perfectly good re-usable cutlery at home? Think about that for a minute. You have someone drill into the bowels of the Earth for … Continue reading

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Against Affirmative Action

(An earlier version of this article appeared on A Voice for Men.) Suppose you were working in a chemical lab, doing some experiment. You get careless and by accident you spill some acid into your eye. What do you do? … Continue reading

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Acceptable Losses

Whenever the topic turns to some statistic about deaths, such as this news story about workplace fatalities in West Australia, there is a high likelihood that an ever-popular cliché will be trotted out: “Every single death is one too many.” … Continue reading

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A Theory of the Political Spectrum Part 2/2

In yesterday’s post, I outlined why it is desirable to have a theory of a one-dimensional political spectrum and talked about some of the requirements that such a theory should fulfill. Today I will present my own theory, which is … Continue reading

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A Theory of the Political Spectrum Part 1/2

In political discussions, most people use the terms “left” and “right” rather loosely, which has led to some people claiming that the left-right political spectrum is essentially meaningless. Others have claimed that a one-dimensional spectrum is inadequate and that we … Continue reading

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The EU Is Not Europe

The European Union is a political union comprising 28 countries. Europe is a continent which contains about fifty countries. The two are not the same. The Swiss, Norwegians, Belarusians and Ukrainians are no less European than the Germans, French, and … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week: Ludwig von Mises on the Inferiority of the Masses

You have the courage to tell the masses what no politician told them: you are inferior and all the improvements in your conditions which you simply take for granted you owe to the effort of men who are better than … Continue reading

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Against “Equal Pay for Equal Work”

(An earlier version of this article appeared on A Voice for Men.) One of the most persistent talking points of feminists and politicians alike is the gender pay gap. You constantly hear things like, “Women only make 80 cents on … Continue reading

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