I think that, in terms of content, the Dissident Right could currently run a 24-hour radio station.
Update: Shipping on that thing was $14.99. That’s absolutely insane. No one should have to pay that much for shipping. So I’ve put it up on Amazon. It’s still priced at cost ($5.22), but now shipping is much cheaper/free if you have Prime.
Again, I’m really sorry that happened. Anyone who paid that shipping, let me know if there’s anything I can do to make that up for you.
I am happy to announce that I have collected the essays on this site, along with a bit of bonus content, into a book called Northern Reaction: Notes From a Frozen Place.
I could continue ad infinitum, explaining all the ways that Canada has contributed to the state the world is in. But rather than do that, I’d like to try to answer a more fundamental question: Why? Why is Canada the source of so many of the word of the world?
There needs to be a word between loving people and hating people.
Much like Canada is responsible for the fall of Africa, Canada should also be blamed for the fall of Europe.
In honour of the end of the second (and hopefully last) Current Year, I’d like to opine for a bit on what I like to call Neo-Whig History.
This post is inspired by Rodrigo Duterte’s interview with Al Jazeera, available here.
I won’t be long. As I said last time, Excursions Around the Right are meant to be short.