What, me biased?

by Vox Day -- One of the benefits of an addiction to pop history is that one finds oneself equipped with a formidable array of useless trivia. For instance, I have been more…

Shut 'em down

by Vox Day -- "What the judge said put me in the red Got me thinkin' 'bout a trigger to the lead No, no my education mind say suckers gonna pay Anyway… more…

Is the IRS American?

by Vox Day -- The federal income tax is a hideously complicated structure, but it is actually much easier to understand than one might think. What is more difficult is putting aside more…

The essence of Easter

by Vox Day -- When viewed in a historical sense, the news that the Lavender Mafia has been buggering a host of teenage boys for decades is almost on the tame side more…

Prime-time wussies

by Vox Day -- During the e-mail bombing by Muslims whipped into varying degrees of hysteria by the Council on American-Islamic Relations over last week’s column, I couldn’t help but notice a more…

1,000 eyes for an eye

by Vox Day -- In the year 375, an assembly of Turko-Mongolian horse tribes invaded the lands of the Germanic Goths, setting off a great wave of tumultuous migrations which finally ended more…

The secret lust for power

by Vox Day -- One of the easiest ways to dismiss something out of hand is to label it conspiracy theory. Although the word "conspiracy" simply refers to the act of joining more…

You go, Joseph!

by Vox Day -- A central hallmark of totalitarianism is its need for control. Control of the military, control of the police, control of the courts, the laws and the legislatures. But more…

Satan, science and the supernatural

by Vox Day -- One of the main reasons for modern skepticism toward the supernatural world is it cannot be detected by the trusted methodology of science. There is no question that more…

Shots in the dark

by Vox Day -- The recent decision of Washington, D.C., officials to pursue parents who refuse to vaccinate their children with fines and even jail time makes sense in a twisted sort more…