Category Archives: Foundations

Making Exceptions into Rules

The Manosphere is downright loaded with generalities.  Men are like this, women are like that, Alphas don’t buy drinks for women, betas actually like chick-flicks, Danish women are fat. Of course, there are exceptions to most of these generalities, and … Continue reading

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The Heavens

Basic elemental instinct to survive Stirs the higher passion Thrill to be alive  –Neil Peart, “Prime Mover” In my last (and relatively unnoticed) post, I introduce the concept of GIA, although I’ve referred to her components on multiple occasions.  GIA understood … Continue reading

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Feminism vs. GIA

In my last post I described how Rousseau’s idyllic pre-civilization, socialism, and the Feminine Imperative are actually one and the same.  I”m aware that some of my readers prefer that I focus on masculine issues, other prefer it when I … Continue reading

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Put a Fork in Him

This will be the first of several posts on this topic spread out over time, for it’s a subject about which I know much.  It’s about the impact of a boy being raised by a single mom.  In my archives … Continue reading

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Quit Quitting Believing

[Update:  Powell didn’t really mean it.  He was playing devil’s advocate and wanted to be refuted.] Bill Powell sends me a pretty fair amount of traffic, and it’s not usually a great idea to bite the hand that feeds you.  … Continue reading

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Denigration

With the rise of feminism, men and boys were taught to respect women more.  We were no longer to consider them to be just pieces of meat, for they deserved love, sympathy, and sensitivity.  Be nice.  Do what she asks.  Help with … Continue reading

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Sweet Charity

Save me The asylums have opened I’m coming home Sweet charity I’m home free…   –Mike Patton Daisy left a comment to my diatribe on the purpose of government in which she approached it from several angles.  Nevertheless, she didn’t exactly … Continue reading

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It Is to Preserve These Rights

That beautiful little statement in the Declaration of Independence was obviously the expression of an ideal.  After all, how many governments at that point had existed to preserve individual rights?  Some European monarchs did a better job than others, but … Continue reading

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Wacko Bird Realism

I don’t give a damn for the same old played out scenes I don’t give a damn for just the in-betweens. Honey I want the heart, I want the soul, I want control right now.  –Bruce Springsteen, “Badlands” A is … Continue reading

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On the Other Side

Daisy Deadhead responded to my previous post, calling me out for my liberal use of the term “leftist.”  She doesn’t agree with me a whole lot, but she disagrees respectfully.  I therefore elect to return the favor.  She brings up … Continue reading

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