The New Intellectuals must assume the task of building a new culture on a new moral foundation - Ayn Rand

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Classic Correia

If you don’t read anything else today, treat yourself to the latest blog post from Science Fiction and Fantasy author Larry Correia. Larry’s the author of several popular works, including the Monster Hunter series, of which I’m a fan.

He’s also notorious for periodically posting no-holds barred, brutally honest (and brutally worded) political rants. This epic takedown of the clown-show dumpster fire that the Biden administration has become is no exception. It’s a feast for anyone hungry for candid talk about where we are in the United States today, so tuck in.

(Warning to anyone who may be squeamish about deleted expletives: you may want to brace yourself.)

“Remember before the election when people like me were getting “fact checked” and kicked off of social media for talking about The Big Guy’s many scandals, and his crack head son doing some mind bogglingly corrupt and evil shit? Yet now it is admitted that all that stuff did actually happen. Oh media, I sure hope covering for these shitheads was worth burning the last of your credibility, to the point that Joe Rogan is now eating your fucking lunch.”

Radicals for Capitalism

Every so often I feel the need to state this for the record. I am not a conservative. To quote Ayn Rand, I’m a radical for capitalism.

And by that I don’t mean the crony fascism that has been increasingly taking over today’s world. That is and has always been a manifestation not of the independence and individualism of capitalism, but of the authoritarianism and groupthink of collectivism in all its forms.

The conservation of traditional values from the past will not be enough to save the world. Like the founders before us, only a new generation of radically independent thinkers will be able to do that.