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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (2003) (1 hr. 15 mins.) is an Irish documentary about the April 2002 coup attempt against Hugo Chavez, the populist Mestizo President of Venezuela from 1999 to 2013. Chavez was of mixed Amerindian, Afro-Venezuelan, and Spanish ancestry. In 2013…
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Essays

ARGENTINA is a distant mirror that reflects what may be North America’s future. The country is a small-scale laboratory of the effects of migration: A suitable migration policy can transform a nation for the good; a wrong one spoils it. Argentina became independent from Spain in 1816 just after…
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Classic Essays

Jacques de Mahieu and some of the artifacts he discovered Jacques de Mahieu, born in Marseilles in 1908, served in a French artillery detachment during World War II. After the war, to avoid persecution for his nationalistic views, he left France for Argentina, where he taught social science and founded
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE RECENT AGITATION over the relative righteousness of the two factions in the civil war in Nicaragua seems explicable only as intended to distract public attention from more serious matters, while perhaps permitting some jockeying between rival groups in the government in Washington.…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver TEMPLE, the little tabloid published by a singularly courageous man in Peru, Dr. Gastón Ortiz Acha (Unión 1087, Oficina 501, Lima), was noticed in Liberty Bell, December 1984. The issue for July 1988 is especially interesting. The lead article, “Si yo fuera militar”…
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Essays

EUROPE isn’t doing so well these days. It may be difficult to remember now, in the aftermath of Angela Merkel and George Soros’ manufactured “Refugee” Crisis of 2015, but prior to the open borders mania that was thrust upon Europe that year, the Old World was suffering from a litany of…
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NewsReports

Deadly disease now infects Mestizo invader populations in their home countries; US authorities had been telling us that only mosquitoes could transmit the disease and that there was little to worry about because US mosquito populations are “well controlled.” A CASE OF Zika virus…
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News

Brazil’s flag reads “Ordem e Progresso” which translates to “Order and Progress,” but Google’s Street View cameras capture the true nature of the country’s racially mixed areas.
GOOGLE’S Street View service in Brazil has been been flooded…
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