Towards an Art of Purpose

[Originally published via WCR] I have often heard it said, when in a position of judgmental argumentation, “Who are you to judge, who are you to say what is good or bad!” The answer, so starkly white-hot in the mind as to burn through its cranial cage, is always the same, “The only one present.”…

Refuting Chomsky: Distortions, Omissions and Lies

[Originally published via West Coast Reactionaries.] There is an old adage (which is generally attributed to Sun Tzu) which has always resonated powerfully with me, “Keep your friends close but your enemies closer.” This is something up-right thinking individuals of all stripes would do well to remember for one’s enemy does not always come bearing…

Upcoming: K.E. WCR Collection

After the demise of West Coast Reactionaries it occurred to me rather belatedly that the majority of the articles which I had submitted and published to that site have been published nowhere else. Thus, to rectify such a sorry state of affairs I will shortly be transferring all of my past articles from WCR’s archive…

The Charnel House of U.S. Poli-Divisionism

Both major American parties – the Democrats and the Republicans – have for many years dedicated themselves to the total eradication of U.S. tribalism in all its forms. The new moral orthodoxy demands it. Yet the continued existence of both parties as such lays bare their utter failure. Such is axiomatic. In fact, outside of…

Return to Formless

The Logos Club has laid dormant for sometime due to various demands of private business, mainly my personal work – but this is only a partial explanation for inactivity. It is, I admit, rather unforgivable – the abject laziness with which I have treated the project. But every cloud has a silver lining and the…

The Old Factory, Prt. II

Dawson and Sons Company was the brainchild of the upstart Robert Dawson after the economic panic of 1873. He was a Union veteran of the Civil War and had spent the postwar years working as a coal miner in rural Appalachia. Being a bachelor, he saved a pretty penny and bought up shares in the…