PODCAST – Sarah Hargett Hangout and Post-Biden Politics

One of our favorite regular guests for the AntiSocial Network joined us once again! Sarah Hargett, writer for the blog How to Watch a Movie, has appeared on the show twice before to hangout and talk about movies. This week, she joined to hangout and discuss our mutual grievances with politics in the aftermath ofContinue reading “PODCAST – Sarah Hargett Hangout and Post-Biden Politics”

Fahrenheit 451 on Film: The Unspoken Irony of Leftist Book Burning

Adaptation is a difficult process. You have to handle fidelity to the text you’re adapting in equal measure with the necessity to create an independent and self reliant piece of storytelling absent fans of the source material. I won’t pretend it’s easy. That said, when a film like Fahrenheit 451 (2018) comes along it feelsContinue reading “Fahrenheit 451 on Film: The Unspoken Irony of Leftist Book Burning”

COSMO – Blackpilled or Bust: What does the Disillusioned Right Do Now?

I have nothing to say on the Patriot’s March that took place in Washington D.C on January 6th, 2021 that hasn’t already been said. I don’t care that Antifa agitators were involved; I don’t care about the optics. The ship is sailed. The curtain is down. A Patriot who served her country in unless warsContinue reading “COSMO – Blackpilled or Bust: What does the Disillusioned Right Do Now?”

PODCAST – Kirk Wilcox Discusses the Virtues of Randian Objectivism

Welcome back to the podcast! The show has been on pause since Christmas to recollect and work on building a new guest list for the immediate future. Now we’re back and ready to roll with a new slate of interesting internet people! I’m happy to be back this week with an exciting news guest! KirkContinue reading “PODCAST – Kirk Wilcox Discusses the Virtues of Randian Objectivism”

COSMO – “Political Violence Rocks Boston Harbor!”

December 1773: Boston, Massachusetts Colony Authorities are left shocked and appalled by the egregious act of political violence undertaken last month. A rabble of violent thugs burst onto Griffin’s Wharf in Boston Harbor on the night of December 16th. Dressed in ridiculous garb, they boarded several docks ships, and dumped approximately 342 chests of importedContinue reading “COSMO – “Political Violence Rocks Boston Harbor!””

PODCAST – Lou Aguilar discusses His New Christmas Novella and Modern Storytelling

This week on The AntiSocial Network, we were joined by the wonderful Lou Aguilar for a discussion about his new book The Christmas Spirit. Lou is a contributor with The American Spectator, a journalist, a Cuban-American patriot and an author with several published books under his belt including his underrated 2018 comedy Paper Tigers. HisContinue reading “PODCAST – Lou Aguilar discusses His New Christmas Novella and Modern Storytelling”

Movie Review: Borat Subsequent Movie Film (2020)

I’ll just say this up front, I never watched the original Borat. I was twelve in 2007 and wasn’t really in the market for R-Rated dark comedies at the time. It wasn’t even really all that culturally relevant in the years since besides being a bizarre cultural artifact. It hasn’t helped that Sacha Baron Cohen’sContinue reading “Movie Review: Borat Subsequent Movie Film (2020)”

Chesterton’s Fence and The First Tuesday in November: In Defense of In-Person Voting

With each passing day it becomes clear that this election is a verifiable mess, a chaotic repudiation of the very system of universal suffrage itself. Now, as it stands, we are left beleaguer, stymied by the depths of chicanery never seen before. Only one thing remains certain, it’s going to get worse. But in thisContinue reading “Chesterton’s Fence and The First Tuesday in November: In Defense of In-Person Voting”

Book Review – How Should Christians Vote? by Tony Evans (2012)

I don’t actually remember when I bought this book. It only reappeared to me by coincidence this past month while I was digging through bins of old books I intended to donate. I must have bought it back in high school at a garage sale because the cover is torn and there’s a blue stickerContinue reading “Book Review – How Should Christians Vote? by Tony Evans (2012)”

The Conservative Case for Joe Biden

I have already voted for the first time in a general election. I mailed my ballot from my college around ten days ago at the time of writing this. However, this is not my first time voting technically. I voted in the democratic primary in March and local elections in the summer. On March thirdContinue reading “The Conservative Case for Joe Biden”