Thinking Backward

Thinking Backward

It is to be noticed that many a modern mind educated in the modern fashion has lost the ability to think backward, that is, to correct a false premise when it reaches an absurd conclusion. The column will offer a … More »

The Devil's Bargain

The Devil’s Bargain

The power of the leftist worldview and political movement, which has imposed a reign of terror over the majority of the world for the majority of the Twentieth Century, rests entirely on falsehood. More »

The Rise and Fall of the Neoprogs

The Rise and Fall of the Neoprogs

Neoprogs are seeking to turn Marshal McLuhan’s concept of the global village (AKA the Internet) into a passive community in which nothing challenging or uncomfortable can happen. More »

Naming the Nameless Ins and Outs

Naming the Nameless Ins and Outs

Many readers have asked me how my several columns here are using the term ‘Leftist’? How is it defined? For example, does this include a garden variety member of the Democratic party or something else? This is not an odd … More »

Evisceration of Church and State

Evisceration of Church and State

It is traditional at year’s end to look back at the great issues of the last twelve months and see how our world has changed, and to ponder what the next year might hold. Being a science fiction writer, my … More »

Cultural Capitalism (Part II)

Cultural Capitalism (Part II)

Last week, I gave an introduction to the philosophical and ideological schools of thought that comprise something which can be categorized as Cultural Marxism and its most prominent present-day iteration: Postmodernism. That is, the philosophy that personal experience of the … More »

Cultural Capitalism

Cultural Capitalism

When setting out to write this, I had been intending to name this piece, Cultural Marxism. What a phrase to start an article with! It’s hard to get more ideologically loaded than an invocation of the Red Menace, especially in … More »