Monthly Archives: March 2017

Want to join the team?

Jon Del Arroz surveys the political diversity of Marvel:Marvel has a diversity problem. In that they have none in terms of diversity of thought. They are a pure social justice propaganda arm. This is dangerous when it comes to creating art, as if you have everyone thinking in lockstep, unable to get outside the box,…

via Diversity in comics — Vox Popoli

Now taxpayers get to spend 2 billion $ to fix.

It’s interesting to drive over medieval and Roman-era bridges in Europe, then witness reports like these coming out of progressive Not-America:Atlanta’s notoriously tangled commutes were thrown into disarray Friday after a massive fire caused a bridge on Interstate 85 to collapse, completely shutting down the heavily traveled highway through the heart of the city.Traffic was…

via Crumbling infrastructure, crumbling society — Vox Popoli

To control our legislators.

“It is said the ancient Greeks used a simple method to stop the multiplication of “laws.” Perhaps we should try it on our Congress. Anyone wishing to propose a new law had to do so while standing on a platform with a rope around his neck. If the law was passed, the rope was removed. If the law was voted down, the platform was removed.” – “John Galt,” Dreams Come Due: Government and Economics As If Freedom Mattered, First Edition.


As most readers of this blog know, the “Flat Earth Church vs Galileo” narrative is mostly revisionist history that has been completely mischaracterized by atheists who fucking love science because they believe it disproves the existence of the Baby Jesus. But what is interesting is that there was a considerable amount of scientific opposition to…

via Science vs Galileo — Vox Popoli

At Tor you are required to write a puff piece.

Are by Tor-published authors. Apparently Ars Technica doesn’t quite grasp the concept of “conflict of interest”:The Collapsing Empire is a hilarious tale of humanity’s impending doomJohn Scalzi’s latest novel is a thought experiment about the fall of civilization.ANNALEE NEWITZ – 3/28/2017, 1:30 PMAnnalee Newitz is the Tech Culture Editor at Ars Technica. She is the…

via The media reviews of Tor books — Vox Popoli