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Public Attitudes Surrounding Diversity And Multiculturalism

The debate around the benefits of diversity and multiculturalism is a raging one. In order to analyze general political attitudes, assess incoherent views, and extract a larger perspective in relation to government policy, one needs to take a look at views seeking to promote inclusivity at school, in neighborhoods, and at the work place. These policies include immigration, affirmative action, racial and ...

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I’m The Libertarian, But You’re The Monster!

This thirty-minute video begins with Professor Walter Block describing how he first fell in love with Privatization while driving at the tender age of 18. “I remember looking down and just seeing her and just going… ‘Wow, it’s beautiful,’” Block explains. “I knew I was in deep, I had fallen for the Road.” Block mentions that a lot of his fantasies revolve ...

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The Bleak Future Of The Western Family Must Be Averted

The family forms the nucleus of community and civilization. Some data suggest however that maintaining these primary units will become harder and harder over time. Studies show that western social norms pertaining to traditional familial relationships have been evolutionarily selected for. Primarily this is to reduce social costs associated with less stable family arrangements. There are many group beneficial effects ...

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Trump Causes Partisan Shills To Flip On Nearly Every Position

After spending a year plus cheering on Donald Trump’s campaign, both in the primaries and in the general election, this past November 8th, the American people made me prouder than they ever have before in my short life. Largely behind the vote of working class whites, my countrymen narrowly avoided suicide by electing the first ideological dissident in decades, ending the 40 ...

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To Deny Difference Is To Welcome Death

The reality of biological human differences can be nowhere more profoundly delineated outside of the avenue of examining ethnic and gender disparities in chronic illness. In a state of natural human equality, one might expect illness rates to be congruent across gender and ethnic lines. Looking at the data however, it becomes apparent that this is not the case. In ...

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Who Ought To Vote?

A central and contentious problem of politics, the question of who ought to be eligible to vote has been raised countless times with wildly varying answers. The trend in the western world, starting in the 1800s has been to increase the voting class to larger and larger sizes. This is perhaps most obvious in the example of France, who between ...

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Manifest Content Destiny

As the Current Year winds down, the production over at your humble Meme Militia, 1st Irregulars, is winding up. This week saw the introduction of “Knights of the Round: Britcast”, our all new, all British show, and soon enough even more new shows will be added to our line up. In addition, we are lining up bigger guests, upping the ...

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The State Isn’t The Problem (Necessarily)

As is true for most of this sites audience, I too came from the libertarian movement. Libertarianism is a very easy worldview to get sucked into, with anarchy usually following. I don’t, and we shouldn’t blame anyone for being a libertarian, it is the natural reaction of European peoples to their impending destruction. When vastly different tribes are forced to ...

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