HUMMEL Review: Tread (2020)

It’s hard not to watch a documentary like Tread and consider the socio-political connotations that the movie is perpetuating. Of course, that’s the case with a real life tragedy like that which beset the small Colorado town in the infamous “Killdozer” incident in 2004. The spectacle was caused by a rampage by a local aggrievedContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: Tread (2020)”

COSMO – Building an UN-woke Children’s Library

If 2020 has taught me anything, its that the best way to ensure I raise happy, healthy, independent, resilient children is to commit to homeschooling. There are advantages and disadvantages to this commitment, which I won’t be going into detail here. I recognize it as an all-consuming task; in order to be successful, it willContinue reading “COSMO – Building an UN-woke Children’s Library”

GUG Review: Roe vs Wade

I’ve mostly given up on “Christian” movies. The genre is mostly empty and vapid with very little challenging or emotionally honest work coming out of the genre out of the past two decades. Then again, most directors don’t reach out to you specifically to review their film by request. The movie’s writer/producer/director specifically reached outContinue reading “GUG Review: Roe vs Wade”

PODCAST – Lutheran Satire Discusses his Comedic Ministry

This week on the AntiSocial Network, I interviewed one of my favorite Christian comedians! Hans Fiene is not as well known as The Babylon Bee but he does have a respectable large YouTube following! His YouTube channel LUTHERAN SATIRE has 56.1k subscribers and several of his videos have gone viral into the millions of views.Continue reading “PODCAST – Lutheran Satire Discusses his Comedic Ministry”

PODCAST – Stephen Michael Davis Debunks Progressive Election Myths

This week on the AntiSocial Network, we were joined once again by libertarian YouTuber Stephen Michael Davis! Davis was one of my favorite Youtubers working in political commentary before I met him and I’ve been lucky to have the chance to podcast with him several times. In the last month, he’s been working on aContinue reading “PODCAST – Stephen Michael Davis Debunks Progressive Election Myths”

PODCAST – Reviewing Jordan Peterson’s Beyond Order with Haryan Gláeddyv

A month back, Jordan Peterson’s third book Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life was finally released! The 400 page book took a while for me to get through but proved to be yet another reflective and fascinating work of psychological and mythological analysis! Fellow YouTuber Haryan Gláeddyv joined the show for an hour toContinue reading “PODCAST – Reviewing Jordan Peterson’s Beyond Order with Haryan Gláeddyv”

Ethical Consumption Under Woke Capitalism: Losing the Culture by Abandoning Entertainment

There’s a popular quote floating around in far-left, anti-capitalist and progressive circles: “there is no ethical consumption under capitalism”. The sentiment is based on a logical contradiction at the heart of where modern consumer culture meets progressive activism. We’re only human and we’re living in an unethical economic system. The system is corrupt and exploitativeContinue reading “Ethical Consumption Under Woke Capitalism: Losing the Culture by Abandoning Entertainment”

HUMMEL Review: Thomas Sowell – Common Sense in a Senseless World (2021)

If you asked me who the three most important modern conservatives intellectuals were, I would answer: Victor Davis Hanson, the late Sir Roger Scruton and Thomas Sowell. All three of these men have done incredible work in the fields of history, philosophy and economics and driven their respective subjects toward in a time when moralContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: Thomas Sowell – Common Sense in a Senseless World (2021)”

Russell Kirk and the Cause for Hope: Western Optimism in Light of the BlackPill

Towards the end of his life, conservative intellectual, Russell Kirk gave a series of lectures in 1987 titled The Wise Men Know What Wicked Things Are Written on the Sky. GK Chesterton aficionados will know that line as from his poem The Ballad of the White Horse which takes place in the time of AlfredContinue reading “Russell Kirk and the Cause for Hope: Western Optimism in Light of the BlackPill”

Amazon and Kindle Places Thomas Sowell’s ‘Vision of the Anointed’ eBook “Under Review”

For unclear reasons, Amazon/Kindle have taken down the eBook of Thomas Sowell’s textbook Vision of the Anointed out of digital circulation. As of the time of of writing, the Kindle copy is listed with the title “Item Under Review” and isn’t available for purchase as a digital copy. Released in 1995, Sowell’s book Vision ofContinue reading “Amazon and Kindle Places Thomas Sowell’s ‘Vision of the Anointed’ eBook “Under Review””