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‘YOU WON’T find a gene that makes the Irish fond of drink, any more than you’ll find a gene that makes the Irish especially prone to buying property at grossly over-inflated prices.” That is the sage scientific advice of Professor Brendan Loftus, head of the UCD research team…
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YES, PUBLISHER Joseph Pulitzer (pictured) — often called the father of modern journalism — was Jewish. And yes, the Ochs and Sulzberger families — who have long controlled the influential New York Times — are Jewish as well. But it is not true that Jews control the media, says Stuart Schwartz,…
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THE 11 SEPTEMBER attacks in New York were an inside job; the South Korean warship torpedoed in March was not sunk by North Korea, but probably by Japan or the US; and the world is run by the secretive Bilderberg Group, who pursue a “New World Order.” Not the lonely ravings of a conspiracy-minded…
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Essays

by Nelson Rosit FOUR BLOCKS NORTH of the main tourist attractions on the Washington Mall lies a cultural gem no reader visiting the anti-nation’s capital should miss. The National Museum of American Art (NMAA), along with the National Portrait Gallery, is housed in the Old Patent Building.…
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by Cyndi G. Steele (pictured with her family) EDGAR J. STEELE has been entrapped by a legal system that presumes his guilt in the face of false charges. Ed, my husband, has been in jail and solitary confinement for three months in Spokane, Washington because of false allegations that he masterminded…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce
General Convention speech, 1983, recorded and transcribed by Kevin Alfred Strom TWO THOUSAND years ago the poet Ovid wrote that night is a sadder time than day. I know that’s always been true for me. When discouraging thoughts come, it’s usually at night. Actually,…
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Classic Essays

by H.L. Mencken First published in The American Mercury, August 1937 DISCUSSING IN THE PLACE a few months ago the sorrows roweling the great Republic we live in, I ventured to throw out a double-headed suggestion. The first part of it was to the effect that an easy way to reduce those sorrows today, and…
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Classic Essays

Today is H.L. Mencken’s 130th birthday, and we commemorate it here with two important and seldom seen essays by the Master of the Pen himself. –Ed. by H.L. Mencken THE RECURRENT EFFORT to eliminate criminal stocks by sterilizing criminals is opposed violently by sentimentalists, and…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one of the most powerful and mind-opening speeches of all time, delivered in 1976 by William Luther Pierce. The National Alliance is his life’s work. by Dr. William L. Pierce
EVERY DAY, I receive letters from our members across the country as well as from people here…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TURN ON A LOCAL television news program in just about any large city in this country, and the chances are nearly 100% that you’ll hear and see at least one Black announcer telling you what’s happening. He’ll be dressed and groomed just like the White announcers,…
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