Tag Archives: identity politics

  1. Antifa v NeoNazi = Stalin v Hitler

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    August 18, 2017 by aarong3eason

    Rumor has it that Antifa and BLM don’t like being compared to Neo Nazis and white supremacists. Well there is a simple solution available for all the “anti” fascists and identity politics terrorists: stop acting like exactly what you despise.

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  2. No appropriation of my sufferings please!

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    July 22, 2017 by aarong3eason

    His parents are immigrants. That’s it. I am a third culture kid. This means I was born in the United States to US parents but was raised in the Philippines as a temporary expat.

  3. Kaepernick vs Reality

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    July 7, 2017 by aarong3eason

    (Rejected by The Federalist, no reason was given but I think part of it is that this isn’t really a …
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  4. Promoted to Main Feed at Ricochet.com #1

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    June 29, 2017 by aarong3eason

    I recently joined Ricochet.com It is a very strange bird but a lovely bird. It’s a bit like facebook for …
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  5. Serena Williams vs Reality…& McEnroe

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    June 29, 2017 by aarong3eason

    (This was rejected by The Federalist because they already had accepted an article on this topic, probably by someone who …
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  6. To Huffsplain or not to Huffsplain? 

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    June 28, 2017 by aarong3eason

    (I did not submit this anywhere for several reasons, the biggest one was the day I finished it was the …
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  7. Racist Chinese Food?

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    May 30, 2017 by aarong3eason

    We like the sort of Chinese food that they’re eating at the end of A Christmas Story. The kind that comes with a fortune cookie at the end. That’s not exactly authentic Szechwan cuisine…it’s about as historically Korean as Korean BBQ.

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