Recently, I’ve been getting insane amounts of new followers, page views, and responses to my work. And I would like to thank everyone who has been involved in making that possible. Everyone who has read my posts, shared my posts, given my a follow either here or on Twitter, I couldn’t have done this without you.

However, a few people want to go one step further. They want to make sure that I am financially stable so I can spend more and more time writing. If you are in that camp, then you are who this article is for.

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Here’s how J.D. Vance describes himself on his website:

After the success of [Hillbilly Elegy], JD became a well-known commentator. On conservative and liberal networks, JD fiercely defended working-class Americans and the conservative way of life that values grit, determination, and freedom. JD is now a fixture on Fox News Channel, Newsmax, and other outlets.

To call Vance a grifter is an insult to grifters. It’s well known that he did not vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election — saying on him “Trump makes people I care about afraid. Immigrants, Muslims, etc. Because of this, I find…


There’s this article Sohrab Ahamri published in Unherd — a right-wing website I had never heard of until I found this article — on 7/16/2021 titled “President Kamala would destroy America,” that, despite being out for only a week, I’ve gone back to many times because it’s so fascinating. In this article, Sohrab mostly tells the story of a hypothetical President Kamala Harris being unable to deal with the threat posed by a radical environmentalist group who wants every developed country to shut off their power grid or else go extinct. The United States is unable to deal with this…


For decades, it has been a common talking point among the left that the Republican Party had a certain undertone of white supremacy to it. Not all Republicans are racist, of course — and nobody has ever claimed such — but there’s certainly a much larger willingness to look the other way regarding racism among Republicans than among Democrats.

With that said, Republicans are usually careful to always have plausible deniability. When a Republican cross a line and, say, call Martin Luther King Jr. day “Hate Whitey Day” (as Ron Paul did) or, hypothetically, says he wishes a man who…


In 1923, Adolf Hitler attempted what has since become known as the Beer Hall Putsch, a failed coup in the small city of Munich, Germany. Hitler was sentenced to five years in prison — it was here he dictated what became the first volume of Mein Kampf (German for My Struggle) to his future deputy Rudolf Hess — but was released early in 1924.

Upon his release, his warden wrote:

There is no doubt that [Hitler] has become a much more quiet, more mature and thoughtful individual during his imprisonment than he was before and does not contemplate acting against…


It has been just under twenty years since the United States invaded the nation of Afghanistan to overthrow the Taliban government in response to the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001. Of course, we later found out that the Taliban had nothing to do with the attacks on 9/11/2001 — a videotape released by the Central Intelligence Agency on 11/29/2007 saw Osama bin Laden himself admit that neither the Taliban nor the people of Afghanistan knew of what Al-Qaeda planned —meaning there was absolutely no reason to invade the nation in the first place. …


On page one of Robin DiAnglo’s book Nice Racism: How Progressive White People Perpetuate Racial Harm, the author tells us about an encounter she had with a couple of Black people. DiAnglo and her partner were having a meal with a couple of Black people her partner knew and DiAnglo did not. This is how DiAnglo goes on to tell the story:

I was excited and felt an immediate need to let them know I was not racist. To that end, I proceeded to spend the evening telling them how racist my family was. I shared every racist joke, story…


A general rule in life is this: When Tucker Carlson tells you not to pay attention to a story, it’s the only story you should be paying attention to. Hence why everyone should have started paying attention to the situation in Cuba after Carlson said this on 7/14/2021:

Maybe Republicans in Congress can wake up and [get some answers about “election fraud”]. I know we care about Cuba but what about our country?

Carlson seems to really not care about Cuba, especially considering he has not spent so much as a minute of his show covering the recent protests outside…

Ephrom Josine

Writer On Both History And Politics; Peaceful Globalist; Follow My Twitter: @EphromJosine1

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