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The UR Syllabus of Shitlordery

Blowhard, Esq.¬†writes: Browsing my Facebook feed the past few days, I’ve been astonished at the amount of hysterical, sloppy thinking I’ve seen from many of my otherwise smart friends. How you can see a (likely gay) Muslim man shoot up … Continue reading

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Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Unleash the Beef shares the eulogy from his father’s funeral. It could almost serve as a eulogy for traditional American manhood. Related. Bring back the ’70s-style sex film! This strikes me as one of the great … Continue reading

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Fabrizio¬†del Wrongo writes: Given the play it receives in the media and on Facebook, it might surprise you to know that, according to Gallup, around 4% of Americans think gun control is the most important issue facing the country. Related. … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Gregory Cochran on how quickly evolution can act on human populations. Dennis Mangan, a blogging pioneer as well as my favorite reactionary blogger, is, after a hiatus, blogging once again. Fascinating cultural history from F. Roger Devlin … Continue reading

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