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Navy’s new gender-neutral carriers won’t have urinals

July 16, 2012


The U.S. Navy’s new class of carriers will be the first to go without urinals, a decision made in part to give the service flexibility in accommodating female sailors, the Navy says.



How To Make Better Eye Contact

March 31, 2012

Imagine, if you will, a Viking or a Spartan or any one of the various groups that have existed and actually had balls having to watch this video and then you might understand how pathetic it is.

PC Army

February 22, 2012

The Conqueror and his Effete Critics

March 18, 2011


March 16, 2011

From the article:
A few Sundays ago I was spending the latter part of my evening in my favorite bar. My bar doesn’t play any loud music and the bartender shushes people if they get too boisterous. I usually sit right at the bar so that I can converse with the bartender, but I usually spend most of my time reading. On this particular occasion the book I had with me was The Art of Manliness by Brett and Kate McKay — which I would later review for Counter-Currents. (continue reading)

Charles Martel

December 11, 2010

From Wikipedia:
Charles Martel (Latin: Carolus Martellus) (c. 688 – 22 October 741), literally Charles the Hammer, was a Frankish military and political leader.

He is remembered for winning the Battle of Tours in 732, in which he defeated an invading Muslim army and halted northward Islamic expansion in western Europe.

He was also the grandfather of Charlemagne.

See the entire article here.

Mars, The Bringer of War

October 28, 2010

By Gustav Holst
Part of a seven-movement orchestral suite called “The Planets”