Rosemary Pennington
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Rosemary Pennington

When you reach sentience, you realize that nothing in your life compares with the goal of bringing others to sentience too.

Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

This great and deeply moving piece by the brilliant Oliver shouldn’t dishearten us. Today, 30 years later, things are not nearly so bleak. by Revilo P. Oliver ON A DAY in 1986 that I shall not specify, a singularly perspicacious and devoted American died. I know no one man who did more to avert the…
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Essays

Manchester, May 2017: The dead and wounded were White — the attacker was non-White. Why, in the name of God, was it necessary for the media to repeatedly and almost continuously invoke the name of Anders Breivik when reporting on these murders? When White people are targeted by non-White killers,
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The Carr brothers: Not only do they need to die, but their kind cannot live among us. by David Sims ON 14 December 2000, two Black men, armed with at least one handgun, broke into a home and forced three White men and two White women to have sex with each other for the amusement of the watching Negroes. The Blacks,…
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Essays

To help celebrate the end of the “Good War” in 1945 and the beginning of the “Good Peace,” allow me to offer the following from my books, Hellstorm — The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947 and Rape Hate — Sex and Violence in War and Peace. AND SO, with the once mighty German Army now…
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Essays

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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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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Classic Essays

One of the many dirty secrets of World War 2: the Germans were victims of mass murder, again and again, as Thomas Goodrich has documented. This piece by James Bacque — on just one aspect of this real holocaust — was one of the first to break the blackout on these crimes. by James Bacque CALL IT…
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Essays

AN ABSTRACT PICTURE of a skull that The New York Times describes as “forged from oil stick and spray paint” has sold for $110 million in an auction making it one of the most expensive paintings on earth. It was produced by Jean-Michel Basquiat, a Haitian immigrant graffiti artist who died of a drug…
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Essays

by David Sims IT IS not necessary to be miseducated or otherwise inferior in order to fail in a business venture and be left thereby with so much debt that it will be 20 years before you can try again. In all the talk we often hear about how “wonderful” capitalism is, I believe that I detect a selection…
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News

MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS are with the victims of [the London rampage]. This is a horrible tragedy, an attack on the diversity that is our greatest strength. If we learn any lessons from this we dishonor their memory. We must continue as if nothing happened. [Vehicular homicide/knife attacks] are a part…
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