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  • Originally published on People of Shambhala. In the heyday of Geocities and American Online stood another titan of Internet lore. No, not the hallowed pages of Xanga, nor the graph

  • Originally published on Phalanx. The Western is a genre of literature, cinema, or other arts that depicts life in the American Old West during the latter-half of the 19th century a

  • Originally published on Phalanx. A few days ago I encountered a group of men who seemed to attack anyone who appeared to be stronger, better looking, more vibrant, wealthier, or mo

  • Originally published on Right On The forces of the Right will always have the advantage of discipline. While the Left may control the government and have a claim to democratic legi

  • Originally published on Phalanx The Western man is often presented with two conflicting views of manhood that I term the “soft male” and the “hard male.” The “soft male” is emascul

  • Originally published on Right On. “Leftism is inherently fragmentary. Only Marxism in its Leninist variety can provide a semblance of order and discipline. The Traditionalist

Originally published on Phalanx. The Western is a genre of literature, cinema, or other arts that depicts life in the American Old West during the latter-half of the 19th century and first decade of the 20th century. A common feature of such depictions is a vision...

Originally published on Phalanx. A few days ago I encountered a group of men who seemed to attack anyone who appeared to be stronger, better looking, more vibrant, wealthier, or more intelligent than they. I never considered that such individuals actually existed; I guess I assumed that...