Category Archives: activism

Update on Michael Strickland

When I took my concealed carry class recently, I also became a member of the Oregon¬†Firearms Federation. Hence, I receive regular news articles from them. One of them concerns a matter I’ve already written about: The plight of Michael Strickland. … Continue reading

Posted in activism, guns and gun-control | 10 Comments

Hug a white man t-shirt

I don’t like posting photos of myself on this blog. Not because I’m afraid of SPLC persecution; it’s just that I’m not photogenic. In any event, I walked around Portland today in this t-shirt, and had my buddy snap this … Continue reading

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An overview of the 2016 Amren conference

In my experience, this was the most positive, and inspiring, American Renaissance conference to date. It’s my sixth one, if you count the “shadow conference” in Charlotte a few years ago and the mini-conference in Virginia (2010) before that. I’m … Continue reading

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Amren 2016 kickoff

Well folks, I’ve made it to the Amren conference in Tennessee, and it’s off to an impressive start. The first thing I noticed is the large number of attendees; this place is PACKED! The second thing I’ve noticed is the … Continue reading

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Time to stop using Google

I know a lot of y’all ceased using Google a long time ago, due to its hateful policies toward whites. It would be nice if we could boycott every corporation that behaves in this manner, but since practically all of … Continue reading

Posted in activism, Africa and blacks, examples of propaganda, government/corporate discrimination against whites, shenanigans of the Left and of non-white activists | 17 Comments

The “one-percenters”

Do y’all remember the “Occupy Wall Street” movement? I bet you haven’t heard much about it recently. Though it didn’t actually disappear, we don’t hear about the “one-percenters” much anymore. These days, they focus more on a non-issue called “income … Continue reading

Posted in activism, libertarian thought | 7 Comments

Religion versus opinion

There are several atheists to whom I’m close. All of them exhibit a lot of respect toward organized religion, but they show no such respect toward conservatives. This got me thinking: Why does a belief in the supernatural garner more … Continue reading

Posted in activism, libertarian thought, Muslims, the South | 4 Comments