Category Archives: philosophy

Environmentalists Continue to Lie and Cry Wolf

According to the Guardian, Adaptation isn’t enough: We’ve got to throw everything at the climate crisis. Is this really a crisis, or merely propaganda? I’m going to examine their claims. When we’re faced with threats of inundation, our reaction has … Continue reading

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Canadian Election Polls

A great site for polling information for the upcoming federal election can be found at 338Canada.com – Poll Analysis and Electoral Projections. The main page has seat (number of ridings won) projections as well as popular vote. You can drill … Continue reading

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End of Democracy Due to Loss of Elite Control?

The article The Shocking Paper Predicting the End of Democracy gives us a fascinating view into the mind of one of the global elite. The hypocrisy and lack of self awareness is frankly astonishing.   Everything was unfolding as it … Continue reading

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Study Blames Hypergamy for Low Marriage Rate

I’m going to comment on the article Why Are Marriage Rates Down? Study Blames Lack Of ‘Economically-Attractive’ Men. I’ve rarely seen an article that so clearly shows the hypergamous nature of most women today. Marriage rates have steadily declined over … Continue reading

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Feminism Fails to Fathom Men’s Reaction to #metoo

In November of 2017, I wrote an article titled Are Men Who Avoid Women at Work Being Childish? In it, I explained the obvious reasons why men had begun avoiding women. In summary, the definition of harassment had become fluid, and presumption … Continue reading

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Seven Habits for Effectiveness

Stephen Covey, in his book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, describes seven principles that he claims, if followed, lead to success. The first three habits are habits of personal effectiveness: Be Proactive Have a bias for action. As … Continue reading

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The Death Penalty vs. Abortion

Tim Pool just published the video Bill Barr has Just Reinstated the Federal Death Penalty and Ordered 5 Executions on his bitchute/youtube channel. He immediately came under fire because he’s against capital punishment but largely pro-choice. One commenter claimed that his … Continue reading

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