The good news is, I’m back at my sorry excuse for a studio in Keene, New Hampshire. The better news is, I won’t be here for long because I reached my funding minimum for my aforementioned trip to Pikeville, Kentucky. The bad news is, my sleep schedule is out of whack because I’m very bad …
Here at the Radical Agenda, we sometimes have to work very hard to put show prep together. This is not one of those days. I have so many stories on my radar today, that I could not possibly endeavor to put them into a singular cohesive summary. For example, AntiFa is looking to upgrade their …
Today’s episode of the Radical Agenda will be audio only, and will be airing late due to my ongoing travels. I’ll send an email out to mailing list subscribers before I go on air. You can listen live on TuneIn, or using the raw audio stream with your browser or favorite streaming app. I’m on my …
Today I’ll be doing an audio only episode of the show, due to the not so great Internet connectivity at the hotel I’m staying at. You can listen on TuneIn, or using the raw audio stream with your browser or favorite streaming app. I’m at this hotel, because as you may have heard, I was …
Richard Spencer was scheduled to speak at Auburn University in Alabama on Tuesday, April 18th at 7:00pm Eastern, until left wing terrorists threatened the university and the cowards who run it took that opportunity to shut down the event. Or so they thought. Richard says he is going to be showing up anyway, though the …
Fa real dough, like, the alt right and libertarians, yall is mostly cool and whateva. Thang is dough, ya always losin! How you gone talk to me bout supremacy, when I be out bangin mo white chicks than you? How you sposed ta tell me yall the master race when my peoples outbreed ya even after forming lines outside abortion clinics? Dawg, ya’ll be like quoting Darwin and whatnot, talkin bout evolution, but then you run around pologizin because we out killin yall and grindin wit ya bitches?
Yalls funny man, fareal. I’m pickin up what ya puttin down but ya seem to be betta at talkin den doin. Holla at me, 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.
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Here at the Radical Agenda, we’ve come to accept factionalism as factual. Whatever merit there may or may not be to an idea, so long as the selective pressures of an economy permit the survival of parasites, nonsense will thrive. In the absence of such subsidies, it cannot exist. For these reasons and others, very sensible people have long insisted that we just need to rid ourselves of the welfare state, and then all will be well with the world.
Radical Agenda EP283 – Caucus
There are two rather glaring problems with this strategy. Firstly, we live in a hyperinclusive mass democracy, where courts prevent the President of the United States from guarding our borders during wartime, because they think he’s a racist. Secondly, the entire point of a welfare state is to breed and import more welfare recipients who will vote for it. To put it bluntly, this problem is not going to get solved democratically. While we can celebrate what few electoral victories we may have remaining, any man who isn’t preparing himself for less verbose conflicts, may as well be digging his own ditch.
We are in a fight for our survival, and the weapon in play is the State. The stakes are so high, that our fate may already have been sealed. We are not just trying to delay some future catastrophe. For our people to survive at this point, we will have to cede some territory, and remove the invaders from that which we can still defend. We are literally fighting for nothing short of the survival of the white race, because without the white race, there will be no constitutional conservatism, there will be no such thing as libertarianism. Nobody will ponder about the greater good, or the primacy of the individual. Never again will someone read Lysander Spooner on the floor of the United States Senate. We will instead become every third world hellhole the neocons told us we had to liberate with the blood of our sons, and soon, that of our daughters.
I’m not going to say that our other differences don’t matter. On the right, we have plenty to debate. There is only one binding purpose of the right, and that is to diminish the left. However hard any number of content producers may try to make it seem this way, there isn’t a definitive right wing solution to every calculation. What separates us from our leftist rivals, is that we seek to see the problem solved, and that they seek to say the problem doesn’t exist. The number of ways we might go about solving it, are just as numerous as the number of ways they can go about exacerbating it.
That’s why we have primaries. That’s why I’m a Republican. We, the people who want to solve the problem, debate the best way to do it, and we have a contest to decide who will represent us against our enemies who want to make the problem worse. I could think of better ways to make these decisions, but I suspect things will have to get pretty bad in the West before men wage war against their own governments in hopes of putting an end to democracy.
Until then, this is what we’ve got, and unsurprisingly, it’s not working out very well. Let’s take this Obamacare “repeal and replace” nonsense under a microscope for example. Donald Trump promised to repeal Obamacare, just like every Republican presidential candidate, despite the fact that none of them actually have the constitutional authority to repeal laws. I mean, sure, Congress had no right to pass Obamacare in the first place, but unless you thought our next executive intended to tell Congress and the Courts to burn in hell, the failure of that bill was as predictable as the sunrise.
At first glance, it seems as though Trump, Ryan, and the other supporters of the bill insulted our intelligence by talking about doing it in phases. Without 60 votes in the Senate, they cannot pass anything that cannot be passed under reconciliation, so anything that couldn’t be passed in phase one would require major electoral victories for Republicans in the coming House and Senate races. Unfortunately every subhuman Democrat is on the verge of insurrection, and fairly unlikely to stay away from the polls in 2018 and 2020.
The Republican Party needs to do whatever it can to secure their foothold in the federal government, or we might never recover. So while I sympathize with Rand Paul, Justin Amash, and the “Freedom Caucus” on a lot of things, I’m anxiously awaiting the announcement of their plan to accomplish something other than obstructing the President. We can quibble all we want about how “moderates” should be the ones caving in to the demands of our obviously better ideas, but unless we’re going to chuck them out of helicopters and appoint their replacements non-democratically, the math is not on our side here.
I have no problem referring to the American Health Care Act as “Obamacare Lite” because that’s what it is. It’s just shuffling around the wealth redistribution mechanism a little bit. It’s not a repudiation of the “healthcare is a right” narrative. It completely fails to acknowledge that insurance is supposed to be a financial loss by default. It is exactly what we should expect from a guy like Paul Ryan.
On the other hand, it dramatically cuts taxes on the wealthy, and if they don’t donate those savings to the success of the Republican Party, I’ll gladly join you in calling for their taxes to be increased again. Perhaps more importantly, it defunded Planned Parenthood to the tune of nearly half a billion dollars a year. Taking subsidies away from the nation’s largest abortion clinic, and giving that money back to the people who earned it, seems like a really good way to Make America Great Again.
Defunding Planned Parenthood should have been the headline about that bill. There is no number of future Democrats that Planned Parenthood could have killed in the womb, to make up for the number of Democrats they have made out of white women with their political propaganda. That money would be far better spent in the hands of the Koch Brothers, and Donald Trump’s wealthy friends, than in the hands of Cecile Richards.
It’s a fine thing to have principles. It’s good to deal peaceably and honestly with people who deal with you in the same fashion. It is suicide to adopt the principles of your rivals as your standard of virtue, and to adhere to them even while your rivals do not.
The constitution will not save America, and the only evidence we need of that is the newspaper of any given place on any given day. Ideas can only survive so long as the people who believe in them do, and anyone who believes in freedom had better stop checking the history books for cute ways to talk about ancient documents, and start thinking of creative ways to destroy our enemies before they destroy us.
And speaking of people with misguided ideas about freedom, Ian Freeman joins me in studio today to discuss sanctuary cities. He thinks they’re a great idea, and as you might have gathered, I disagree.
So join us, this and every Friday, as well as Mondays and Wednesdays, from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like principles.
It recently came to my attention, that Eli Rivera, the Sheriff for Cheshire County, New Hampshire (where I reside), stated that he would not cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). He even went so far as to say “If you are an undocumented person in Cheshire County and feel uncertain about approaching law enforcement for fear they will turned you over to ICE, feel free to call me, Sheriff Eli Rivera.”
The move is less than likely to have any real impact. Cheshire County isn’t exactly the premier destination for the brown plague of illegal immigration, yet. It does however point to a very serious problem in New Hampshire and elsewhere, of government officials completely ignoring not only the law, but the facts. Making your jurisdiction a safe haven for lawbreakers, hasn’t exactly resulted in plummeting crime rates in places that have already taken such measures. Democrats and those law enforcement personnel unfortunate enough to find themselves under leftist leadership, keep telling us this is so illegal immigrants can feel comfortable reporting crimes. Unfortunately, illegal immigrants are usually hesitant to report crimes because they are entirely too frequently the ones committing them. Even when they aren’t the culprits, cooperating with the justice system of the country you’re invading isn’t usually top of the priorities list for waves of hostile foreigners trying to end the white race.
What is more troubling is libertarian reaction to the announcement. FreeKeene.com celebrated the news, calling Rivera “heroic”. It is apparently lost on Ian and his ilk, that selectively enforcing laws is hardly a victory for freedom. Granting one group of people the de facto right to break the law while the rest of the population is held to compelled to comply with more laws than anyone could ever hope to memorize, makes royalty out of invading foreigners while turning native born residents into second class citizens.
New Hampshire has maintained a standard of living and appreciation for freedom seen quite rarely throughout the rest of the world. Whether anyone wants to admit it or not, that is largely because our population is roughly 96% white as of the last census. Sheriff Rivera isn’t trying to advance liberty or protect human dignity by inviting illegal immigrants into Cheshire County, he’s trying to destroy our way of life.
There’s a lot more to get to, plus your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.
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Today at 3:30pm the US House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on a bill to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare. Whatever the outcome of the vote, the president is being sabotaged by Paul Ryan and other (((moderate))) Republicans.
Radical Agenda EP280 – Mr. Speaker
Even with the tweaks made in effort to appease conservatives, the proposed measure will do little to alleviate the catastrophic and predictable consequences of the current law. As long as the federal government compels insurance companies to cover so called “pre-existing conditions” it is impossible to have a private health insurance industry without massive government subsidies. That of course, was the entire purpose of the ACA in the first place. Democrats set out to destroy the private healthcare market, with the intent of nationalizing it when costs became so high that nobody could afford it. That collapse is upon us, and whatever token effort the GOP makes to mitigate the damage, they will be bailing out Democrats at the expense of the President.
Any purported plan to have a second and third phase of the process will be sabotaged by this fact. In order to pass more meaningful reforms, the GOP will need to gain at least 8 seats in the Senate, and since most Senate Republicans might as well be Democrats, we would realistically need a lot more than that. This is going to be impossible when the liberal media is fed millions of disaffected sick people who lost their insurance subsidies. Every problem resulting from the passage of this bill will have blame placed directly on the shoulders of President Trump and congressional Republicans. Every resource at the disposal of the Democrat party and other leftist institutions will be poured into focusing on the perceived negative consequences of its passage, and barely any Democrats will miss the opportunity to show up at the voting booth in 2018 and 2020 to make their dissatisfaction known. In short, the passage of this bill will directly result in the loss of Republican political power, rendering impossible any attempt to pass greater reforms in the future.
Rand Paul seems to be about the only voice of reason on the subject, even if his reasoning is a tad off. He suggests passing a bill to repeal Obamacare, to the extent such a thing can be done through the reconciliation process, bypassing the need for 60 votes in the Senate. He then suggests a replacement bill should be voted on the same day, and he seems to mistakenly believe this will result in a more conservative outcome.
The advantage of passing the repeal separately from the replacement is not that it will result in a more conservative outcome, but rather that it will compel the cooperation of Democrats. If Obamacare is repealed outright, with no replacement at all, I predict that some number of Democrats would be willing to vote with moderate Republicans on a replacement plan that keeps such measures as the purpose defeating compulsory coverage of “pre-existing conditions”.
That cooperation will serve as fuel for primary challenges against congressional Republicans who would sooner vote with Democrats than their fellow Republicans to the right. It also gives the impression of bipartisan support, which some Americans are stupid enough to believe is a positive. More importantly, it will mitigate the blame Republicans take for the fallout, thereby preserving some chance of obtaining greater majorities in the next two elections.
I for one have a difficult time believing that any of this is lost on Paul Ryan. He is sabotaging the Trump administration on purpose, the same way he did when he called Trump’s comments about a La Raza member “the definition of a racist comment”. For Ryan, this vote is a win-win. Either the bill will pass, and its disastrous consequences will be blamed on the president, or the bill will fail and the President will look weak. The only thing Paul Ryan has to avoid in order to accomplish his goals, is something that actually improves the conditions of the American economy.
Our only hope is that President Trump is already aware of this on some level. One could imagine a shrewd negotiator like Donald Trump feigning ignorance and playing the sucker right now, as a longer term strategy to purge the GOP of saboteurs like Ryan at a later date. If Ryan tanks healthcare reform now, few would blame the President for financing a primary challenger in 2018, and we can all but guarantee a new Speaker of the House as Ryan’s last shreds of credibility fade from the minds of the public.
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It’s just before midnight on Tuesday, and I’m preparing to head back to Keene tomorrow. I hope to be in my studio in time for Wednesday’s show, but I’m beginning to realize it is possible that this won’t happen. So I’m going to do one of my impromptu off hours shows to free myself from that obligation momentarily. On another note, I can’t even log into my spare Facebook account now, so if you could spread this around I’d appreciate it.
Radical Agenda EP279 – Clipzkrieg
It should be a pretty easy one too, since I’ve got all of this great audio to go through from the intelligence committee hearings and Neil Gorsuch’s Senate confirmation hearings. These displays are perhaps some of the greatest examples of liberal contempt for truth and the rule of law in American history.
Take the example of Al Franken grilling Neil Gorsuch about his ruling in a case where a trucker got fired for abandoning his trailer in freezing weather. Gorsuch correctly concluded that there was nothing illegal about the company firing their employee for violating their policies, even if those polices might seem disagreeable to communists like Al Franken. What the law actually says, of course, matters not to Democrats. Leftists, though they love to operate the levers of the State, are anti-authority, and anti-order. The only reason they love the government so much, is because it gives them the power to break the laws the rest of us are compelled to obey.
Tucker Carlson later took on Joe Dinkin of the Working Families Party. If you’re not already aware, the “Working Families Party” has nothing to do with work or families. Instead, they’re a group of welfare recipients who hate marriage. Mr. Dinkin predictably had no knowledge or opinion about the law whatsoever. He just said that Gorsuch was a white supremacist and corporate puppet because he usually rules in favor of property owners, instead of people using the courts to steal from them.
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Join us for this special early Wednesday episode of the Radical Agenda at 1:00am Eastern. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like evidence, and the rule of law.
Seems like everything is up for sale these days. Nothing is sacred, really. The correlation between who spends the most on a campaign, and who wins an election is staggering. The same corporations regulators claim to be keeping in check, often end up in control of those regulatory agencies, shaping regulations to suit their purposes while suppressing competition. The list of things that money can buy could obviously get longer than anyone would be interested in listening to, but you get the idea. Nothing is above the influence of money, and anything that claims to be, is probably trying to do something extra nefarious.
Radical Agenda EP278 – Auction
About the only thing you’re not allowed to buy and sell these days is human beings. Long gone are the good ole days when you just purchased laborers up front. Today, you have to buy the labor from the laborers (who are often too stupid to negotiate price), and there are an ever increasing number of backwards rules making that more difficult by the day.
Well that’s just what an unnamed white professor at Howard University attempted to do, sorta. The professor was reportedly teaching a lesson on Frederick Douglass’ slave narrative, and during the course of it he asked one of two black men in the class to step forward and become the prize of a mock slave auction. He reportedly asked the black student to stand up because he looked “healthy” and “like the type of slave buyers would look for.” Even more shocking was the student said he was asked to “turn around so we can see your buttocks” so the class could get a better sense of how much he was worth. That is when he said the class spoke up in disgust and he sat down.
The professor evaluated the young bull’s auction value at $400.
Now, I can understand the sensitivity involved in these matters. For a long time, human beings have tried to accept blacks as part of the team, and no matter how many times they prove this impossible, everyone just keeps on trying. We can dance around the emotional toll of the whole thing all we want, but the dollars are what make sense. Purchasing a black man for $400 and owning him until you dispose of him is obviously a far better investment than subsidizing their breeding in housing projects for the benefit of the Democrat party. Entirely too many of these wannabe people are consuming more than $400 in food stamps each month, not including housing subsidies, free cash, and other government goodies. We went from a time when you could purchase one outright for $400, and he did whatever you told him to do until he was dead, to a time when we throw multiple times this much at them on a monthly basis and they do nothing but commit crimes and demand more freebies.
No wonder it made the black student uncomfortable. Once you start trying to balance the books, the answer to our economic problems becomes rather obvious. Problems always hate being identified because they know it is only a matter of time before they are eliminated.
There’s a lot more to get to, plus your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.
So join us, this and every Monday, as well as Wednesdays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like deregulating the labor market.
The last few episodes of the show have gone by so quick I haven’t even gotten to touch on a lot of stories I wanted to get to. Not only that, but I can’t sleep and none of my other available distractions seem very appealing. So in a few minutes, I’m going to turn on the camera, call into the phone system, and go live for a bonus episode of the Radical Agenda.
Top o’ the Morning to you! We’ve got a packed show today, so I guess it’s a good thing I’m not doing what I’m usually doing by noon on St. Patrick’s day.
Amidst parades and pub crawls celebrating the ugliest of stereotypes about my Irish heritage, Donald Trump this morning took the time to address the nation this morning and show the country that he isn’t actually anti-immigrant at all. He discussed the hardships Irish immigrants suffered as they came to America, and how they contributed greatly to the success of the nation. He stopped short of saying “Unlike those OTHER immigrants who rape, collect welfare, and destroy our quality genetic heritage” but we all know he was thinking of it.
Radical Agenda EP276 – St. Patrick’s Day
And how could he not? Right now the courts are, for the second time, holding up travel restrictions put in place by the president through a lawful executive order. Once again, the court claims, no matter how small a minority of Muslims are impacted by the restriction, that this amounts to a “Muslim ban” and that the president is prohibited from defending America’s borders during wartime. His lawyers have insisted the policy is not discriminatory in nature, but that really defeats the purpose.
This whole “Muslim ban” thing illustrates with the greatest clarity why we need race realists in our politics discussions. Trying to run away from leftist accusations of racism, sexism, discrimination, and bigotry never works. The terms don’t actually mean anything. They are impossible to apply in any realistic manner . More importantly, the President of the United States absolutely has the power to discriminate as it pertains to immigration, and anyone who says otherwise hasn’t read the law.
The courts are not protecting the constitution, or any act of congress. They are not trying to protect the rights of religious minorities. They are trying to prevent the President from doing his job. They are announcing to our enemies from around the world that the floodgates are open, that the laws will not be enforced, and that America is ripe for the taking.
The only way that can possibly end is in death and destruction, the likely outcome of which will be a constitutional crisis as the President is left with no other choice but to ignore the court’s orders. He’ll be compelled to operate in a legal limbo land, just to stop foreign fighters from pouring into the country, and we’ll be one step closer to having done away with the US Constitution for good.
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Augustus Invictus of The Revolutionary Conservative invited me to be a guest on the third episode of Guerrilla Radio last night. So what you’re about to hear is that, and not an actual episode of the Radical Agenda. I hope you don’t mind me putting it in that feed though, because I think you’ll really enjoy this discussion. I always have great conversations with Augustus, as those of you who have been listening to the show for a while already know. He’s been a guest on Radical Agenda twice, and premium members may have heard the Radical Relationships episode I recorded with him.
Guerrilla Radio EP003 – Radical Agenda
In this talk, Augustus thoughtfully reviewed some of my older writings and asked me my current opinions on some old quotes. There are some truly cringeworthy things scattered across the pages of this website, so although I got douche chills listening to some of it, I was grateful for the opportunity. Augustus suggests I should write revised articles, and I think I’m going to take him up on the suggestion.
In this episode we discussed violent overthrow of governments, other strategies for achieving a preferable social order, race realism, and fascism. I’ve listened to this twice myself. I really think you’re going to like it.