Tom Woods and Jonathan Haidt sit down and discuss and how universities are systematically teaching people to evaluate arguments with the Marxist framework of skin color rather than merit, and how to change that toxic social justice indoctrination trend.
Tom Woods sits down with Vox Day and discusses the mind virus in question.
Lew Rockwell takes us through the many ways in which the left — and its modern expression, cultural Marxism — is totalitarian and inhuman.
Cultural Marxism has dominated traditional media. Now, it is coming to your social media. You may not be interested in it, but it is very much interested in you.
Sargon of Akkad takes apart common feminist gobbledygook responses to concerns that people have about the faddish third-wave feminism ideology.
Let's discover how social justice helps Islam spread, by destroying the immune response of Western societies to absurd and dangerous ideas.
I'm beginning to understand the importance of Hans-Hermann Hoppe's "physically remove" comment.
Here's a comparison of the actual human lives lost, showing massacres where no one armed and the victims waited for police, contrasted against failed would-be massacres where someone armed was around. The data doesn't lie — self-defense saves lives; it could save yours.
You are about to see a man hypnotize millions of people into believing his organization has the right to control everyone's firearms.
A real quick stroll through the path that Europe took to get from "Je suis Charlie" to servilely covering up naked statues to please the Iranian supreme ruler.
Stephan Kinsella walks us through the clearest, most concise and conceptually consistent conception of property from the libertarian tradition, debunks the mythology surrounding John Locke's "mix it with ya labor" theory of property, and once again reduces intellectual poverty to nothing.
Despite the intense desire of a few cultural Marxists to deny everyone else the use of the term — up to and including the deletion of the term from Wikipedia — cultural Marxism has had a decades-long history. Theconversation.com weighs in.
Based Stefan Molyneux as depicted by Based Ben Garrison.
Belief in basic income is becoming increasingly popular. What advocates of basic income do not get is that the math doesn't work out.
Let life live.
Watch this short clip to find out.
The man with experience Scott Alexander shares a few thoughts on it.
Nero, you're killing Stef!
The underlying truth about, and links between, anarcho-communism, antifa, social justice and classical political terrorism.
With deep apologies to my European friends... this is far too funny not to post.
...when the well-off 21st century Maoist yells at a senior Soviet Union exilee about how he should be thrown in a forced labor camp.
Salt Mine voices their thoughts on the matter.
That Is Where It Must Be Vanquished.
A phenomenal Molyneux video — instant classic if you ask me — unmasking nitpickers and trolls for what they really are.
John A De Goes' response to the scandal manufactured by the SJW faction to suppress Curtis Yarvin (Mencius Moldbug) from LambdaConf — and why his response is a win for actual heterogeneity and richness of thoughts, beliefs and ideas. Bravo!
If you hear a faint, or a loud, hum coming from the speakers connected to your Marantz preprocessor, here is the fix.
What they won't tell you — they have far more in common than you have been told.
KDE 5 has a nasty bug in its libraries that causes applications like KWin and Plasma to crash. Here is the fix.
An excerpt from the work of the great late George Carlin.