June 4th > May 4th

The blood of Numernor is not yet fully spent. His name was Marvin Heemeyer, and on this day we remember how he honored the legacy of George Washington and the rest of the fathers of our great nation.  His peaceful protest occurred on this date in 2003....

Despite What They Say

It’s time for the Death Cult to trot out their annual full-court press to pimp a month dedicated to one of the deadly sins. Which makes this a good time to remind you all that June is ackshully dedicated to something far more life-giving and affirming than ostentatious displays...

Sign of the Times

Spotted this at a little Mom and Pop diner in southwest Michigan. This is how they reserve tables to allow for “social distancing” in accordance with Dollar Tree Hitler’s diktats.  It was the only indication anything fake was going on in the world.  The table full of good old...

Still Werfen the Flammen

Can’t keep a good man down.  Though silenced by the smol brains who run “Big Speech”, Bradford C. Walker is still laying down broad swaths of cultural napalm. “The enemy sucessfully memory-holed the authentic American literary culture, and if not for a pair of accidents–D&D and Star Wars–that hole would have...

An Eerily Good Show

The good stuff. Back in the early 1990’s director Joe Dante (Matinee, Gremlins) made a little low-budget anthology show called Eerie, Indiana, that deserves a lot more love than it gets. The simple premise is that 14-year old Marshall Teller’s family drags him from New Jersey to a small town...

Yes, They Really Are That Good

Madmen. They did it.  The really did it. Arkhaven is dumping massive amounts of comics onto the internet under a “pay what you want” scheme, and it looks fantastic. Confession time.  I was skeptical about Arkhaven’s latest venture.  For one thing, I’m not a big comics fan.  For another,...

News (And Reviews) You Can Use

Things are changing.  More and more people are turning their backs on established corporate offerings, and that includes the bigger social media platforms and news sources, to start their own.  If you are into good fiction written from a classical American perspective, you should add UpstreamReviews to your daily...

Reclaiming the Culture, One Weird Hill At a Time

Wargaming. We don’t talk a lot about it here anymore.  Not since I revived War In a Box and launched the best dang wargame channel on YouTube.  But let’s go over my new focus a bit.  Even those of you who aren’t interested in wargames might be interested to...