Jim Goad

Jim Goad

Jim Goad is the author of four books, including The Redneck Manifesto. He is the former editor of "ANSWER Me!" magazine and currently hosts jimgoad.net. Though many people find him to be beneath contempt, he sincerely claims he doesn't know what the big deal is. At various points he has found employment as a radio host, a country singer, and a cabdriver. He lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia.

Apocalypse Now

Burn Them Down

Giving credence to suspicions that rioting has engulfed the nation for four months now without officials lifting a pinkie finger to stop it because it’s actually part of a Deep State operation to rebuild the nation the way they want it rebuilt, ...


97 Acres and a Mulignan

One thing I will grant American blacks: Despite the overwhelming historical evidence to the contrary, they still seem to believe that white people are their biggest threat and that if blacks were simply to separate from white people, they’d be ...

Deep Thoughts

A Tidal Wave of Righteous Apathy

This is the year everything went wrong. The year that the dried, cracked, and frayed rubber band that seemed to be holding everything together finally snapped from all the strain. This is the year that boiled everyone’s brains. Something has ...

Another Defenestration

Suicide on the Trans-Black Express

Jessica A. Krug calls herself “an unrepentant and unreformed child of the hood” and a self-taught “historian of politics, ideas, and cultural practices in Africa and the African Diaspora.” She is an associate professor at George Washington ...


Being Nice to Black People

In all the endlessly tiresome back-and-forth screeching about race relations in this country, never once have I heard anyone beyond an anonymous tweeter here or there suggest the main problem is that we’ve been far too nice to black ...

Adam Haner


Kicked in the Skull by Love

If you’re wondering what a typical night in downtown Portland, OR is like in the summer of 2020, this 32-minute video is a good primer. It was filmed just before 10:30 PM on Sunday, August 16. I watched the video twice so you don’t need to even ...

The Untold Story

George Floyd: The Big Lie

Since that whole “George Floyd” thing happened in late May, the end of this month will officially mark one full season of nationwide (and, even worldwide) rioting to protest the perceived racial injustices of this Noble Blackman’s unfortunate ...

Bizarro World

Extreme Social Distancing

It’s a great time to be antisocial. It may be the greatest time in world history to be antisocial, with the possible exception of the Black Death. Unless it’s to sniff daisies, there’s absolutely no reason to wander outside your door these ...


The Lowercase Caste

There I was, sitting in Newswriting 101 class back in 1983 or so, long before they even did any of this on computers. The teacher—a brilliant female Phil Donahue lookalike whose insistence on journalistic accuracy bordered on the ...

Asheville, NC


From Asheville to Trashville

For all the blathering we’ve heard over the past few months about how “systemic racism” is the nation’s biggest mortal threat, it’s become sparklingly clear that the real problem is systemic stupidity. The country is currently in the ...

The Untold Story

It’s Dumb to Play in Traffic

While leftist extremists continue to violently tear down everything they can get their dirty mitts on throughout the nation, their enablers in the mainstream press are warning us about yet another looming wave of white-supremacist far-right violence ...


What Black Lives Matter Says About White People

It’s impossible to convince people that the phrase “Black Lives Matter” is an opinion rather than a fact in a world that long ago forgot the difference between opinions and facts. To me, very few lives matter—mine, and a handful of people I ...

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