Christopher Cantwell

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Radical Agenda S05E041 – Oblivious

Radical Agenda S05E041 - Oblivious

We’ve got a packed show for you today. There’s so much to talk about, but it could all be summed up in a few choice words from Kirsten Gillibrand’s Fox News Town Hall from last night. “I don’t understand it” Those four words came during a longer tirade she went on in response to a …

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Radical Agenda S05E040 – Woeful Justice

Radical Agenda S05E040 - Woeful Justice

Usually when I read the news, and I see society sliding leftward into oblivion, it makes me angry. I want to fix it, and I curse myself as a weakling for my inability to do so. I think about how much has already been lost due to this trend, contemplate the horrible misery that will …

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In Reply to Michael Malice’s “The New Right”

In Reply to Michael Malice's "The New Right"

Early last year I was interviewed for Michael Malice‘s book “The New Right“. I recorded the interview, and have attached the audio of that interview to this blog post. The post, you’ll find, is lengthy, as the subject matter Malice tried to address is complex, and I felt it worth taking the time to point …

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Outlaw Conservative S01E020 – In Love With Their Own Heartbeat

Outlaw Conservative

Today is one of those days where I hardly know where to start because there is so much to talk about. It turns out we’re not the only ones who have soured on the idea of democracy. Nobody really likes it, unless they are getting what they want. The Left has been hailing the praises …

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Radical Agenda S05E039 – Polarized

Radical Agenda S05E039 - Polarized

The European parliamentary election is the second-largest democratic exercise in the world, with citizens across 28 nations voting for their new representatives. It is second only to that of India’s national elections, in terms of population governed. The stakes are higher in Europe however, with European world influence being what it is, and a collective …

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Radical Agenda S05E038 – Criminalizing Journalism

Radical Agenda S05E038 - Criminalizing Journalism

Julian Assange has been charged with a conspiracy to hack government computers, and violations of the espionage act, for his alleged role in helping Bradley Manning obtain the information Wikileaks notoriously released on his behalf several years ago, as well as for publishing that information. Glenn Greenwald and Micah Lee at the Intercept are pitching …

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Outlaw Conservative S01E019 – MANA

Outlaw Conservative

This morning I finished reading Michael Malice’s new book “The New Right“, for which I had been interviewed, and earned the coveted space of being the last “New Right” figure featured before the concluding chapter. I’ll provide more commentary on that next week, as the book deserves a more thoughtful response than I’ll be able …

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Radical Agenda S05E037 – Spoiler Alert

Radical Agenda S05E037 - Spoiler Alert

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan and you’re not caught up, I must warn you that this episode of the Radical Agenda will contain spoilers. So hopefully you’re either caught up, or lucky enough not to be afflicted with the terrible disease of this addiction. The 8th and final season of Game of Thrones …

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Radical Agenda S05E036 – Adversity Score

Radical Agenda S05E036 - Adversity Score

The SAT, formerly known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test, is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. As the name implies, it is, or was, designed to measure the readiness of potential students for the rigors of higher education. As academia descended into the same Leftist filth that floods our …

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Outlaw Conservative S01E018 – Raise My Taxes

Outlaw Conservative

As one who was once enamored with libertarianism, I find it difficult to believe I end up being the guy arguing against free trade, and in favor of new taxes. I’m also a guy who is surrounded by inexpensive electronics, almost all of which were surely manufactured in another country. So cheering on the President …

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