“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

Didactic Mind, Ep. 52: Surrender is Not a Strategy

Didactic Mind, Ep. 52: Surrender is Not a Strategy

In this week’s podcast episode, I discuss the PUA and MGTOW movements within the Manosphere, and offer my thoughts as to why what they are selling is not good for young men today: As always, for those who prefer to listen on SoundCloud itself, here is the link....
Runtime error

Runtime error

Our good friend Dawn Pine sent over, via Cappy, an unintentionally hilarious article dating back to 2013 about a woman who tried to create a feminist programming language. See if you can read through this alphabet soup and comprehend the first thing that the soulless...
Radical = Fundamental

Radical = Fundamental

When we talk about the “Radical” Left, this is something of a misnomer. What is a “radical”, after all? I’m a mathematician by training. I think in terms of mathematics. In maths, a “radical” has to do with the root of a...
“Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?”

“Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?”

Dr. David Wood is a very interesting character. His life is an incredibly compelling example of the power and the glory of God’s grace. He is – or was – a diagnosed psychopath with self-aggrandising tendencies. He nearly bludgeoned his own father to...
The day the world ended

The day the world ended

September 11th, 2001. Quite literally the day that the world, as we knew it, ended. Think of where you were on that day. Every single one of you older than the age of about, oh, 8, will remember perfectly. If I ask you what you thought on that day, 19 years ago, you...
Just as Cicero predicted

Just as Cicero predicted

In his dialogue “De re publica,” Marcus Tullius Cicero explained, through the fictionalized voice of Scipio Africanus, that there are three basic types of government. The first is the monarchy, in which the king rules. The second is the aristocracy, in...

Ungrateful diversity hires

The House of the Devil Mouse is learning, to its considerable chagrin and cost, that hiring people solely on the basis of their skin colour rather than their actual abilities is likely to bite you in the ass in the long run: “I’m the only cast member who had their own...

Identifying the enemy

I normally don’t spend too much time worrying about what Laura Ingraham has to say about most things. I like and respect her a lot, but I generally find her commentary to be considerably less interesting than that of #BasedTucker, who is easily the best colour...

The Great Scattering begins

To pretty much nobody’s surprise, when you turn the greatest cities in America (and, by extension, the Western world) into ridiculously expensive, crime-ridden, rat-infested, vagrant-swamped, crowded, congested, shit-stained, urine-stinking, needle-strewn,...
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