THROWBACK VIDEO: White Supremacist Richard Spencer Kicked Out of Event by Black Man

By Grant M. Deltz One of the simply greatest events that I have gotten to witness; white nationalist Richard Spencer was escorted out of CPAC 2017 by an African American gentleman working the venue. See the video courtesy of The Washington Post below:

Our Information Society is Not Yielding More Knowledge

In today’s world, modern celebrities and artists seem to be primarily concerned with their image and whether or not it is aligned with the politically correct thought of the day. It is for this reason that it’s easy to sit up and take note when a celebrity actually goes against the grain of today’s conventional

Anti-Illegal Immigration Ads Violate Twitter’s ‘Hate Speech’ Rules

Written by Will Racke Twitter has rejected a conservative organization’s request to promote tweets highlighting the harmful effects of illegal immigration, apparently because using the word “illegal” to refer to immigrants violates the company’s hate speech rules. Organizations can pay Twitter to re-up previously posted tweets in the form of promoted content. The promoted tweets function

Chinese Teen Dies Within 48 Hours Of Entering Internet Addiction Camp

By Cory Wolfe A Chinese teenager has died less than 48 hours after admission into a controversial internet addiction camp. Li Ao, an 18-year-old man in Anhui province, was a well-mannered son other than seemingly having lost interest in everything except the Internet, his mother said. Liu Dongmei said her son had developed a serious internet

Where the Jokes End: An Exploration of Nazis, Irony and Murder

Irony and satire are spectacular double edged rhetorical blades. Capable of cutting both toward the obvious and obscure. A master of this weapon does not shy away from using either end. In order to be effective, a satirist pits extremes against each other. The using a juxtaposition of an obvious subject of ridicule to critique

Antifa’s Busy Year of Hate and Domestic Terrorism

Like most Americans- and most Republicans and Democrats- I oppose fascism and I oppose racism. If all one knew about Antifa was their name (short for anti-fascist), and their anti-racist roots, they might think that it was a common sense centrist group that the vast majority of the country, including myself, would sympathize with. As

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise to Return to Congress

House majority whip Steve Scalise (R., La.) is expected to return to work in September when Congress reconvenes after the August recess concludes, according to Baton Rouge Congressman Garret Graves. Scalise’s office has not made an official statement on his return, but have said that he is focused on in-patient rehabilitation. “Right now, the whip

Scumbag Convention 2017 in Charlottesville Goes as Planned…

The views, opinions, positions or strategies expressed by the authors and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, positions or strategies of Liberty Viral, the owner, or any employee thereof. By Nate Cole White supremacists, ANTIFA, and Black Lives Matter has been going at it for a few days

Charlottesville Was Not About History, Federalism, “The Right”, or Southern Culture

This weekend’s “Unite the Right” rally that turned into a literal race riot in 2017 America, had it’s roots within the Charlottesville City Council’s decision to take down a statue of General Robert E. Lee, and the ensuing legal battle to preserve it. It may be true that there are rational arguments for preserving negative

Why Smart People Aren’t Necessarily Rich

  If what my web analytics tell me is true, many of you reading this article have above-average IQs, but only a small percentage of you would crack the upper class in terms of income. Why is that? As the edge-laden question goes, “If you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich?” Well, IQ does have