essays

Why I Believe The Left Will Win

Yesterday in Charlottesville, James Fields Jr. rammed a car into a crowd of leftist protestors, injuring 19 and killing Heather Heyer. May she rest in peace. May he get what he deserves.   There is video of the incident that I will not subject you to. It is chilling, and I will not go into …

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I am a socialist.

I attended the convention of the New York City branches of the Democratic Socialists of America yesterday. I was an observer, not a delegate. I sat in the back and marveled at how streamlined they managed to make the whole process for an organization that has increased in size about twelve times over in the …

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A Quick Primer on Lifting for Radicals

Sorry for the delay in this followup. It’s been a strange few days of shitloads of passive death threats from hundreds of people insinuating I should be shot with a gun so that a bullet pierces my muscles and kills me, along with many calling me a gay mexican weakling, challenging me to fistfights and …

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fiction

Assimilation

  When I changed my phone number I felt it was a clean break. For so long I had been carrying around the area code of a town that I hadn’t called home in many years, and I was finally shedding that remnant of a past life. There was the usual hubbub of informing the …

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