Reader Response/Requests

December 26, 2016
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We at Men of the West have specific areas of expertise, and tend to focus on those. We all add our thoughts, ideas, and suggestions to encourage and help our readers to join the struggle against our failing society. We hope to help others rebuild a Western Culture in each local community. As such, we recognize that you might have some specific questions or concerns that we have not yet addressed here. Certainly, we have much more coming, so it might be that we have something in the works already that addresses your concern, but it can help us to know what our readers are up against.
So if you have any ideas for future articles, share them in the comments. That will allow us to know what our readers need.
If we think your topic is worthy of an article, we will engage it. So let us know what you would like to see.

Lead Scheduler at MOTW. Husband, Father, but most importantly, a man of God. Possesses more degrees that most people find useful.


  1. I’d like to learn the basics of how to operate in a squad, how to locate and use good defensive positions, how to think strategically when choosing a place to live etc, and how to set up a neighborhood watch etc..

  2. I cannot really give specifics sir, but you fellows offer knowledge that is in danger of being lost to the world. I would say that is a highly important and significant feature of your site here. After all the abuse that white males have taken in this country over the decades, I salute this site for what it is doing.
    You have taken on a tough mentoring job, all of you, but boy is it needed. If you can save a few and make them better men, you will have been doing the Lord’s work.
    You all offer so many valuable skills. I just cannot pick a specific right now. Maybe in 6 months, somebody could ask this again and you might get more response.

    • I suspect it will be a recurring option. We just wanted to get some feedback to see what folks thought. Thanks!

  3. I’d like some more ‘fatherly advice on raising men’ from the guys with a couple of grown kids.
    Also….Theo…did you have more to say about Stone/Campbell Christians? I noticed you had an article but wasn’t sure what your conclusion or premise was.

    • Honestly, I have written quite a few articles, but the only Stone/Campbell post I recall off the top of my head was one of Barton W. Stone’s sermons. That was simply a copy and paste. It is possible that I might have had another article somewhere that addressed their “Restoration” movement, but I don’t recall.
      Simply put, I think they had the right intentions, but it did not work out. Originally, the leaders of that movement were attempting to call members of their own denominations (Presbyterian and Baptist, mainly) to a more rigid adherence to Scripture. They were not trying to begin a new denomination. Then their groups kicked them out and so they banded together.
      Unfortunately, their followers eventually became rabid “we are the only ones” types. They were a product of their times, and so had a very optimistic view, trusting in Enlightenment principles (most, though not all, were Post-Millennialists).
      On your fatherly advice suggestion, that is a good one. We do need more of those articles. Have you read “Manly Men”? It does offer some advice for raising boys.

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