Category archives for Culture

Amphiist 13: Nationalism and globalism

One of the battles between good and evil going on today is that raging between nationalists and globalists. Which is good, and which is evil, or is a combination of both great? Let’s discuss what white nationalists in the United States want, then globalists, and see if we can come up with a solution. First, […]

Amphiist 11: Gab and Twitter

Today’s topic is Gab, the free-speech alternative to Twitter. Some accuse of it as being the alt-right version of Twitter, but that is not really the case. Undoubtedly, a lot of people who identify as alt-right have accounts on Gab, but from the perspective of CEO Andrew Torba, all are welcome. He regularly states this, […]

Amphiist 10: Alt right/ alt lite (new right)

There are two political movements that a lot of people who aren’t on Twitter probably don’t know about, but which are an important part of the political discourse at this time. Let’s start with the altright. These are collectively people who believe in the tradition of white culture. They believe in the nuclear family, two […]

Amphiist 6: Communism, capitalism and cultural marxism

    Canada boasts a mixed economy, with some capitalistic elements to it, and some more non-capitalistic elements. The public sector owns some of the resources, and the private sector owns some. Normally, the middle approach is the best one in life. That’s amphiism, seeing both sides of issues and larger picture in consequence. So […]

Amphiist 4: Adolescent, men and women’s rights

The age of consent should be tied to the age of puberty. When a child reaches the age of puberty, they stop being a child and become an adolescent. Some adolescents will still not be ready for sex from a psychological point of view. Everyone is different, with different potential, different experiences, different upbringings, etc. […]

I’d? Issue 4, June 5/16

  I’d?… The newspaper for those who wonder about good & evil Issue 4: June 12, 2016 There’s a choice each of us needs to make To have control over our emotions or not to … I’d have already reached my full potential if I knew how I’d see both sides of the issues Appreciate […]

I’d? Issue 3 June 5/16

I’d?… The newspaper for those who wonder about good & evil Issue 3: June 5 , 2016 There’s a choice each of us needs to make To have control over our emotions or not to … I’d have already reached my full potential if I knew how I’d see both sides of the issues Appreciate […]

I’d? Issue 2, May 29/16

I’d?… The newspaper for those who wonder about good & evil and our place in this world Issue 2: May 29, 2016 There’s a choice each of us needs to make To have control over our emotions or not to … I’d have already reached my full potential if I knew how I’d see both […]

I’d Issue 1 May 22 2016

I’d?… The newspaper for those who wonder about good & evil Issue 1: May 22, 2016 There’s a choice each of us needs to make To have control over our emotions or not to … I’d have already reached my full potential if I knew how I’d see both sides of the issues Appreciate ALL […]

I’d (Newspaper about good and evil)

Support REAL news by subscribing: jaclynhollandstrauss.com/join I’d?… The newspaper for those who wonder about good & evil Issue 3: June 5 , 2016 There’s a choice each of us needs to make To have control over our emotions or not to … I’d have already reached my full potential if I knew how I’d see […]

Justin Trudeau’s admirable Muslim policy, and sharia law

Sharia law is a very controversial topic right now. It is seen as an extreme form of Islam. The website, National Interest, has an article, found here: http://nationalinterest.org/feature/defense-sharia-law-12545, where sharia law is analyzed in light of the assumption that there are both good and bad things about it.   The first important point that the […]

Bacha bazi and cultural relativism

There is a very real danger in insisting that Muslims assimilate into the American culture. I have always thought assimilation is best, when foreigners want to live permanently in Western culture, and I am still not oppposed to the practice.   However, we have to consider all perspectives when we analyze this issue. I have […]

Natural Aristocrat Weekly Special Edition Issue 5

Natural Aristocrat Weekly: Special Edition Mass Shooting at Umpqua Community College, Oregon False flag or the work of a lonely killer? Issue 5: October 3, 2015   There has been another mass shooting in Oregon, this time at Umpqua Community College. The inevitable question of whether or not this is a government-inspired false flag (the […]

No false flag: Mass shooting at Umpqua Community College

There has been another mass shooting in Oregon, this time at Umpqua Community College. The inevitable question of whether or not this is a government-inspired false flag has arisen, as it always does, now almost immediately after such a tragedy. The author of the article I am summarizing, with the sourced link at the bottom […]

Natural Aristocrat Weekly, Issue 4

Natural Aristocrat Weekly The Newspaper for Busy People who Believe in the Individual Jaclyn Holland-Strauss (on Facebook/LinkedIn), JaclynHStrauss (on Twitter) Issue 4: September 25, 2015 Politics I have many points of difference with President Barack Obama. However, one thing I appreciate about his administration is his commitment to diversity. Also, I like his comparative isolationism. […]

Natural Aristocrat Weekly, Issue 3

Literature Agatha Christie is the best-selling author in the world, with 4 billion (yes, with a ‘b’) sold. She was known for the surprise endings in her murder mysteries. Best: ABC Murders, Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile, Thirteen at Dinner.   Education: Tips for Students There are […]

Natural Aristocrat Weekly, Issue 2

Literature Chetan Bhagat is the best-selling Indian writer who focuses on youth culture in India. His best books include Five Point Someone and Two States.   Education: Tips for Students Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl f is a real time saver on a PC. Apple f is the Mac version. If you want to find every occurrence […]

Natural Aristocrat Weekly, Issue 1

Natural Aristocrat Weekly The Newspaper for Busy People who Believe in the Individual by Jaclyn Holland-Strauss (on Facebook/LinkedIn), JaclynHStrauss (on Twitter) jaclynhollandstrauss@hotmail.com Issue 1: September 4, 2015 A natural aristocrat is someone who was not born rich, but obtains riches of character through merit.  Literature Peer Gynt, an Ibsen play, asked the important question, “Where […]

Rereading of Matthew 12:21

Matthew 12:21 (False): And Jesus angrily knocked over the table of the LGBTQ community because He is insulted at their very presence on Earth. (False): And Jesus, with great ferocity, overturned the table of the non-Christians, because He is the champion of intolerance. (False): And Jesus, with horrifying rage, kicked the table where the addicts […]

Sexual culture in Japan

The sexual culture in Japan is extremely interesting. A lot of men have fantasies about Japanese women, and Asian girls in general. A quarter of Japanese men and almost half of Japanese women, however, are stated to hate sex! The author of the source I’m summarizing has four possible causes for the new asexuality in […]

Bruce Jenner does not identify as a woman

I think it’s wonderful that people are being so tolerant about Bruce Jenner, but according to how he has lived his life, he is a man, a man who cross dresses, rather than a man who identifies as a woman. I think it’s important to make this distinction because he confuses people who are not […]

Michael Muhney, fired from Y&R, but is it fair?

Michael Muhney has been accused of groping co-star Hunter King’s breasts, and that has allegedly led to his firing from the top-rated soap, Young and the Restless. I have defended him on my Twitter account, because I think his treatment is indicative of a wider societal problem that I have commented on before.   Since […]

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