Why the ‘Globalist Elite’ are an Emergent Feature of Human History

A sociologist by the name of Michael Kimmel spoke last semester at my alma mater, Rutgers University, on the topic of his book, Angry White Men. Mr. Kimmel is a walking stereotype of the same ilk as Elliott Gould’s character in the old film American History X. I came prepared to shout him down if… Read More Why the ‘Globalist Elite’ are an Emergent Feature of Human History

On the Symbiosis of Rich Republicans and Rich Democrats

‘Leftism and rightism’, as they have come to be defined in the US, are the ideologies of the winners and the losers, respectively. Over time, rent-seeking behaviors and nepotism begin exacerbating this power-distance until there is a run-off in the form of violent conflict. The longer such conflict is forestalled, the greater chance there is… Read More On the Symbiosis of Rich Republicans and Rich Democrats

“Poor whites aren’t the problem – rich whites are!”

1/ Tl;dr of the progressive socialist’s anti-whiteism in the Trump era: “We’re not against poor whites, only rich whites. Therefore, we will create special hurtles for all whites, and opaque ceilings, such that fewer of them end up well-off.” 2/ “Then our line graphs of white income/wealth will come closer to converging with non-white income/wealth.… Read More “Poor whites aren’t the problem – rich whites are!”

Criticism of My ‘Inequality’ Class

With regards to the ‘broadening and deepening’ of the study of the political economy of inequality, I would place emphasis chiefly on its broadening. I would do so inasmuch as I would explore alternative explanations into the fundamental causes of human inequity, inclusive of but not limited to growing socioeconomic inequality. First and foremost, such… Read More Criticism of My ‘Inequality’ Class