Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY I WANT to talk with you about a topic that I believe is extremely important. It’s a topic I have been thinking about for a long time but that I have hesitated to talk about because it’s a big, complex topic, and I don’t have much in the way of scientific data…
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PREDICTING 9% of educational achievement directly from DNA — and DNA alone — is quite good; a great achievement, in fact, almost quintupling the previous figure. Remember, it is established science that educational achievement is 60% heritable — but predicting it directly from…
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by David Sims YOU CAN’T ARGUE that one race is superior to another unless you supply a context by which the superiority can be measured. One race can indeed be superior to another in average intelligence, in manual dexterity, in general work ethic, in relative tendency to settle differences in…
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by Veiko Hessler THE YOUTH of today are quite possibly the most decried and despised generation in history. Millennials are regarded as a selfish, entitled generation who believe in neither country nor God. Despite being, supposedly, the most educated, wealthy, and free human beings to have ever…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 17, 2017 Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom TODAY we continue our exploration of an awakening — an awakening that began with Charles Darwin, exploded into life in the ideas of Shaw and Nietzsche, and found its highest expression in the…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Savonarola The incredible, frightening, yet at turns hilarious story of the fanatical Christian “holy man” Savonarola and his brief rule over 15th century Florence — told as only Revilo Oliver can tell it. by Revilo P. Oliver WALKING WITH BARE FEET over burning coals is currently…
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by David Sims A RECENT article by Jewish writer Zachary Siegel, published in the leftist e-rag Slate, lectures us on the impoliteness of blaming addicts for their addictions, urging us to set the blame for the addiction upon the addiction itself. The most recent edition of the Associated Press Stylebook
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Anita Page Some things never change. by John I. Johnson SILENT MOVIE actress Anita Page maintained that Louis B. Mayer colluded with other studio bosses — the majors for which an actor or anyone else could possibly work consisted only of the Big Five and the Little Three — to blacklist…
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These oligopolies are effectively monopolies due to interlocking Jewish cross-corporate control and agendas: They should be run as public utilities. Libertarians, leave the planet. IT WAS JUST THREE BOOKS. It always starts this way. In February of this year, Yad Vashem and the World Jewish Congress…
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As we here in these United States of Surveillance and Torture navigate the days between Memorial Day and Flag Day, here are a few thoughts straight from the coconut to the keyboard. WHY IS IT THAT we Americans must always witness soldiers, sailors and airmen marching in the flag at sporting events? Who…
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