In Kill All Normies Angela Nagle has done us all a service at what one must imagine is great psychological cost, surveying the dampest and most deranged corners of the internet. It seems self abuse surpassed in scale only by the onanism of her subjects.
The religious life of ancient Rome grew and changed in texture and detail as immigrants flowed into the city and her legions returned from the frontiers. Each arrival brought with them new cults and mysteries and myriad sacred objects to fill her temples. But Rome was magnanimous; she could contain multitudes and contradiction so long as the rites of public life were fulfilled. Beneath the cult of her glory all other cults could contest for the souls of her people.
Anyone could have the senatorial treatment Thursday night at Reagan National.
The U.S. arming of the Kurdish YPG fighters for the push to take Raqqa, Syria, has not damaged relations between Turkey and the United States, said experts at a Wednesday panel at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford are pleased with progress against the Islamic State under the Trump administration, reports Defense One, and look forward to its annihilation.