How Spring Break Destroyed America

Sometime in the 1990’s when other college kids were off on Spring Break, I was at home watching it on television. I remember distinctly sitting in my apartment watching a report on some prime time news magazine about what students set free for a week of hedonistic pursuits were getting up to. I remember just […]

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Evangelical Christian Culture Devalues Men: An Example

You may not know who Russell Moore is, but you should. He is president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. He is also an outspoken cultural critic who recently gained even greater prominence as committed member of the NeverTrump movement. Moore is squarely in the mainstream of “conservative” evangelicalism. […]

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Traditionalists Must Oppose Military Action

Traditionalists and modernists differ in that traditionalists don’t believe the world can be perfected. We don’t even believe it can be substantially improved with regard to basic human nature. Sure, we can invent some new gadgets, but we will never eliminate greed, callousness and the blind love of power from the world. Modernists, however, believe […]

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Abortion is the Cornerstone of the System

When David Daleiden first began releasing videos he’d shot undercover of Planned Parenthood personnel dealing in baby parts, some people claimed it was the beginning of the end for America’s largest abortion provider.  Those who didn’t go that far seemed to think the videos would take us a long way down the road to abolishing […]

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Traditionalism and the Red Pill

Not long ago, maybe just after I wrote this post, someone on Twitter told me he didn’t want to know about the Red Pill because it encouraged a “player” lifestyle and promiscuity.  I had a simple answer for him. No, it doesn’t. Nevertheless, I can understand why a casual observer of the manosphere might get […]

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Evangelical Churches as Feminist Strongholds

If you think the fact that she attends an Evangelical church will do anything to stop a woman from divorcing her husband, think again.  Most churches wouldn’t say a word. I recently heard from someone whose pastor justified a woman divorcing her husband and destroying her family because her husband had an “emotional affair,” an […]

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