Samuel Buntz
Samuel Buntz
Sam Buntz is a writer based in Connecticut. His work has appeared in The Federalist, The Washington Monthly, and Pop Matters. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, his writing often focuses on the intersection of religion, politics, and pop culture.
How Sex Robots Will Annihilate Our Sense Of Reality

It is much more depressing to imagine this sex robot manufacturer’s version of his customers than to imagine horny idiots who just want to have sex with a humanoid hunk of plastic.

It’s America’s Fault Axe Deodorant Champions Wimpy Men

The cheerfully dumb Axe that blatantly but sensibly used sex to sell deodorant is no more. Its markedly different tack is a tragic commentary on our times.

America’s STD Epidemic Should Be Much Bigger News

Marriage repays by allowing you to see poetry everywhere, whereas Tinder-based hedonism repays with a burning sensation experienced during urination.

The Insane Clown Posse’s Juggalos Are Hungering Not Just For Food But For Faith

‘Juggalos’ are fans of the white rap duo Insane Clown Posse. Their march on Washington has greater implications for religion and social class in America than many realize.

Watching William Friedkin’s Documentary About Exorcism Can Make You Believe In God

The fear of cosmic evil—of evil that is more than just bad neural wiring in the brain of a murderer—is innate within us all. It is a healthy and sane emotion.

Both The Radical Left And White Nationalists Have False Visions Of Western Civilization

The white supremacist pose towards cultural ‘defense’ is a shame and a sham, while the project of defending civilization against ignorance and decadence is well worth pursuing.