I watch Kyle Kulinski.
I listen and share a lot of his videos here.
I agree with a lot of his takes on foreign policy and economics.
Kyle, however, stands at the intersection of a bunch of cultural issues where I am on the opposite side of the aisle. He stands where atheism overlaps with “trans” and antiracism and contraception and interracial marriage and gay marriage and divorce and homosexuality and feminism and premarital sex. He is a stalwart supporter of the Sexual Revolution. He supports abortion on the grounds of “bodily autonomy,” but rejects that principle when it comes to forced vaccinations. He supports the legalization and use of all types of illegal drugs, hardcore pornography and drag queen performances in public schools.
There isn’t any real difference between Kyle Kulinski and Andrew Torba on dominionism. Kyle supports the dominion of modern liberalism and secular humanism. Torba supports the dominion of Christianity. Freedom for Kyle isn’t self government. It is the freedom of the individual from the government in certain specific areas like sex and drugs, but not in gun rights or economics. Kyle supports progressive activist judges reading social liberalism into the Constitution and striking down the laws of dozens of states on issues like abortion and gay marriage. When one man like Anthony Kennedy makes a decision on an issue that he supports like gay marriage, it is a blow against “authoritarianism.” When those issues are left up to voters to decide for themselves in their state legislatures, it is “full blown authoritarianism.”
The difference between Kyle’s dominion of atheism and social liberalism and Torba’s dominion of Christianity is that one inexorably leads to a self-absorbed, degenerate, hedonistic society of hopeless people who are addicted to drugs and who are most likely on welfare whereas the other wisely sets the limits and boundaries which are necessary to cultivate virtue and to maintain a decent civilization.
I would much rather live under Torba and Marge’s dominion of Christianity. It is not even close.
Note: Admittedly, I am having some fun and trolling with the Homelander banner. I’m just saying it is obvious which side is better. There are real differences here.