Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. And, weak men create hard times. This is a post long in the works. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately about the state of the West, and I honestly don’t think we’re headed in a sustainable direction. I … Continue reading Disaster Approaching: Is Liberalism Dead?
You can’t disagree with the Left about anything, because they are the warriors for ‘social justice,’ and therefore cannot be wrong about anything. Sound familiar? Sound exactly like saying you can’t be wrong because God is on your side?
It's not just a political thing...
I've noticed something recently. Bigotry never goes away; it never even starts to fade. Over time, bigotry only changes its targets. When you look at the modern Left, it's obvious that they are stuck in a time period from before they were born. The modern Left thinks it's living in the 1850s, where women can't … Continue reading Bigotry Only Changes Its Targets
Recently, I was considering writing a simple post laying out all my thoughts on feminism. I realized the things I have to say would fit better as a book than a simple post. Not only will the book contain all of my thoughts concerning feminism, and why nobody on Earth should follow the ideology, but … Continue reading My Next Non-Fiction Book | Thinking Michael
For a long time, I was of the opinion that ‘classical liberal’ was a completely useless term. People have been using the term to differentiate with progressive lunatics that have in recent years hijacked the mainstream Left. I would say, “You’re either a liberal, or you’re not.” True though that may be, I’ve come to … Continue reading Classical Liberalism – How I See It
Human history is one long war between those who believe in freedom and those who don’t. The Horseshoe Theory is the theory that the far-left and far-right of the political spectrum are inversions of the same ideology: Radicalism. Basically, the radicals of both sides think the same, behave the same, and have the same goals, … Continue reading Horseshoe Theory