An Open Letter to Sanders Supporters From A Right-Wing Insurgent

Dear Bernie Sanders Supporter,

I’m writing you a letter today as your fellow citizen, and as a member of America’s growing right-wing insurgency. We have a few things to talk about. Bernie’s candidacy doesn’t look like it is going to be successful, and, as at the end of any unsuccessful campaign, it’s time to do some soul searching. Now I’m not asking you to change allegiances, or to support a candidate in the election, or anything like that. I just want to talk about America and what’s wrong with the country and try to find some common ground.  As you know, we’ve got a lot of problems, and they seem insurmountable. I think that if we recognize those problems and commit to solving them, we stand a fighting chance at saving the country.

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Why Jonah Goldberg and Milo Yiannopoulos Find Themselves at Odds

Today, Milo Yiannopoulos and Jonah Goldberg exchanged several antagonistic tweets today. You may think this is simply a Trump vs. Anti-Trump slap fight, but in reality, it exposes a powerful lesson in rhetoric and the reasons behind the ongoing power shift on the right. Below is one example of one of the exchanges.

Before we get into current events, it is important to look at the pasts of both men.

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Social Justice Space Warriors 2: The Cyberbullies of Alcatraz

After a too-long hiatus, I finally finished my continuation of the story I started in Social Justice Space Warriors: Shaming on Arcturus Beta.  I’ve decided that rather than selling individual stories, I’m going to post them on here, and if there are ever enough to justify a longer book, I’ll go back and refine them into a whole collection. I’ll also be branching out into doing some other forms of storytelling. For now, enjoy this little story.

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These Hilarious New Verses to the “All in the Family” Theme Show Just How Far America Has Fallen

Pax Dickinson is an alt-right icon. He was both the canary in the coalmine on the infestation of SJWs in tech, and the mind behind the infamous @jokeocracy account (Ride Eternal Brother).

Today, he had a realization. Archie and Edith Bunker sang a song about the good old days in the theme to “All in The Family”. Today, an America like the one Archie bemoaned would be a vast improvement.

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