Category Archives: Political Analysis

Donald Trump and the End of the Growth of Social Liberalism in the Political Realm

Well, it really happened, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States bringing an end I believe to ever increasing social liberalism regarding public policy and what the dominant culture officially believes in. This … Continue reading

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Third Year Anniversary for Secular Patriarchy!

Well, it was 3 years ago today that I launched this website here Secular Patriarchy. The interest in this website has been maintained pretty well despite the slow rate of new postings; total views so far of 118,000 (34,000 the … Continue reading

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Donald Trump Seems to Herald the Third Social Conservative Backlash

May 3, 2016 was an important day in American politics. It was the day that Donald Trump won the Indiana primary against his main competitor Ted Cruz by a 53% to 37% margin causing Cruz to drop out of the … Continue reading

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New Activist Group Western Foundations launches “We Believe in Family” Campaign

I am pleased to report a new group has been started; based or launched in the United Kingdom; that is calling itself “Western Foundations” whose purpose is, as its website states: “[T]he fight for the preservation of traditional marriage and … Continue reading

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The Folly of the Technocratic Godless Liberal Order; a response to James Kalb

There are some very strange things going on in the culture today. Yes, just recently, there was the anti-logical declaration by the Supreme Court that same sex pseudo-marriage is functionally and morally equivalent to natural heterosexual marriage but beyond that … Continue reading

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My Initial Reaction to the Supreme Court’s Ruling Imposing Homosexual Pseudo-Marriage Nationwide

I am very glad I am a heterosexual; that I was born male and am romantically and sexually attracted to women. This is natural. This is healthy. This is the way it should be. It would have been very harmful … Continue reading

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The Conflict between Conservative Behavior and Liberal Belief; a response to James Kalb

James Kalb asks the important question “How Long Will Secular Liberalism Endure?” That is a good question. Secular Liberalism does indeed seem to be taking over here in America. In terms of mainstream cultural institutions; mass media, public schools, government … Continue reading

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