So Long and Thanks for all the [clicks]

So Long and Thanks for all the [clicks]

Three years in this business…you know, that’s a pretty fair run. I’ve enjoyed it, too, no doubt about that. But, as with all good things, it’s time to draw this one to an end. I’m moving on… More »

Civic Nationalism, Part IV

Civic Nationalism, Part IV

Civic Nationalism or Ethnic Nationalism? The answer is, of course, “yes,” it must be one or the other. However, it isn’t true that it must be only either one thing or the other, even at differing times. It also isn’t … More »

Civic Nationalism, Part I: Magic Dirt Theory

Civic Nationalism, Part I: Magic Dirt Theory

Interestingly enough, no one – or, at least, no one entitled to an opinion – actually believes in Magic Dirt Theory. Ah, but what, in fact, is the theory? Magic Dirt Theory appears to be a coinage of the right, … More »

A look through the enemy’s eyes, Part II

A look through the enemy’s eyes, Part II

As mentioned last week, we are looking at a left-wing, anarchist/anarco-syndicalist site called “Barracadasblog.” This week we continue analyzing and discussing some of their advice for Black Bloc rioters.1 I will continue to put theirs in italics and block the … More »

A look through the enemy’s eyes, Part I

A look through the enemy’s eyes, Part I

I was recently apprised of a web site/blog, Barracadasblog1, that seems sincerely hard left, sincerely enough that I am confident that it is hard left, rather than an agent provocateur site. It also has a few interesting things to tell … More »

If you kill your enemies, they win

If you kill your enemies, they win

It’s one peculiarity of our relationship that, while we’re your ultimate defense, you are still our first line of defense. Indeed, we form a single, contiguous defensive bloc… More »

The Sergeant Major

The Sergeant Major

I’ve been meaning to write this one up for a long time. What finally prompted me to do it was a comment from a retired British Army sergeant major friend of mine: Have a sinking feeling; have just read my … More »