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Peter Pischke

A Happy Warrior and nerd at heart. Always Social Distanced & pleased to write for The Post Millennial.

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Doctor canceled by AMA for racist comments is actually an anti-racist activist

It is an objective fact that Dr. Livingston is innocent of racism and is himself an adherent of what the new-left calls anti-racism. I know this because I did what the media wouldn't, my homework.

Peter Pischke / Mar 15, 2021

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Anti-racist activists on Clubhouse put Bret Weinstein through a 'struggle session'

Reporter Michael Tracy launched an intelligent and semi-public discussion around race issues and created a room on Clubhouse, under the name "Is Clubhouse obsessed with 'Woke-ism?'"

Peter Pischke / Mar 5, 2021

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Joe Biden's new EO denies patients in pain the medication they need

While campaigning, then-candidate Joe Biden proposed to make life much harder for pain patients, the disabled, and addicts. As President, he has lived up to his word.

Peter Pischke / Feb 7, 2021

Discourse, #badge-discourse

'Hillbilly Elegy' film is hated by critics but loved by working-class Americans

Vance's overall message is fundamentally a classic American pull-yourself-up-by-your-bootstraps story, which is a concept that has fallen out of favour in contemporary American discourse.

Peter Pischke / Dec 15, 2020

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Is video game addiction a thing?

The gaming industry tops almost 3 billion gamers worldwide and over 120 billion in revenue—more money than movies and tv rake in combined. And those numbers are growing.

Peter Pischke / Nov 22, 2020

Discourse, #badge-discourse

Electronic Arts teams up with the ADL to enforce social justice in gaming

These organizations take ordinary behavior online, say its endemic examples of the far-right, and then advocate that they must gain control of video games to stop it.

Peter Pischke / Oct 4, 2020

Opinion, News, American News, Culture

Official Democrat Twitter account posted then deleted an article suggesting Mt. Rushmore and the 4th of July are white supremacist

The Democratic party tweeted its official position against Mt. Rushmore, claiming that it is a monument to white supremacy.

Peter Pischke / Jun 30, 2020

Opinion, Culture

The mob wants to destroy our churches and replace them with temples to social justice

Church communities must stand firm on their principles and values. Our statues, our culture, and our faith are worth protecting.

Peter Pischke / Jun 27, 2020

Opinion, Culture

Ethical journalism suffers under the yoke of progressive ideology

It’s anyone's guess what losing ethical journalism will do to us as the mainstream media continues to push big tech to destroy heterodox outlets.

Peter Pischke / Jun 18, 2020

Opinion, News, American News

Sioux Falls rioters were mostly teens

The group of 50 or so rioting protesters was almost exclusively Sioux Falls children. "Our city has failed these kids, and parents have failed their children," said the mayor.

Peter Pischke / Jun 5, 2020


The Clone Wars series finale is everything this Star Wars fan hoped it would be

It lives up to the promise of the first six seasons, and is the fitting end to George Lucas’s Star Wars prequel trilogy and his time with the franchise.

Peter Pischke / May 6, 2020

Opinion, Culture

The last thing Star Wars needs is another social justice director

There is no patience left in tv, movies, comics or video games for men to enjoy stories featuring those things that the male mind enjoys.

Peter Pischke / Apr 28, 2020

#unrestricted, Opinion

CENSORSHIP: YouTube is deleting content critical of the World Health Organization

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told CNN that anything that goes against the WHO' stance on the coronavirus is a violation and will not be allowed on the site.

Peter Pischke / Apr 22, 2020

#unrestricted, Opinion, Culture, Lifestyle

Final Fantasy 7 Remake is the game we need in quarantine right now

During our dark social distancing and quarantining, a remake of a gaming masterpiece was released.

Peter Pischke / Apr 20, 2020

Opinion, Culture

Comics were already on life support, but coronavirus dealt the death blow

It wasn't fans that crashed this industry; it was publishers that decided to ignore systemic issues and mock readers instead, capped off by the hand grenade of the coronavirus.

Peter Pischke / Mar 30, 2020

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