– Sailer is interviewed in the Washington Times. The interview covers the basics, but it’s hard to get why his writing is so good, if you don’t read it regularly. There are lots of little topics that he touches on now and then that are fascinating (and that I wish he’d talk about more). For example, he occasionally mentions that certain policies are tolerated in New York that are not tolerated elsewhere (stopping and frisking based on race, for example). Or, the idea that DC elites are open to Hispanic immigration because Hispanics seem so much better than blacks (from my vantage point, this seems right). Someone could write a book about these topics.
– Average Married Dad rounds up manosphere posts from 2012.
– When you think about it, it’s pretty incredibly how fast driverless cars became legal.
– A strategy for permanent resistance against superior forces.
– I also support getting rid of the Constitution. We’ve long since stopped actually following it (or amending it when it gets obviously changed). At this point, pretending that we follow it obscures things more than it helps.
– Fred Reed on cops and criminals.
– How gay is National Review? Pretty damn gay.
– Anyone know how I can get on OneSTDV’s blog list?