Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer THE shofar-blowing Jews blew the big Jew shofar and and all the big Jews went running to their screens to participate in the thousand-Jew Zoom meeting with our current “President.” Not too long ago we saw sleazy Alzy Joe on bended knees before the big Jew leader of the world,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

GOD’S WILL by Revilo P. Oliver I LEARN from the Christian News that more than six hundred pious Christians, of the varieties that a friend of mine likes to call “funny-mentalists,” met in Basel in the hall that was made sacred when the first publicly announced Zionist Congress met…
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Classic Essays

by Michael W. Masters The Roman empire did not die any differently, though, it’s true, more slowly, whereas this time we can expect a more sudden conflagration … Christian charity will prove itself powerless. The times will be cruel. — Jean Raspail, introduction to the 1985 edition of The Camp Of
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE CHANGE in the cast of the perpetual comedy staged in the White House was of some minor importance. (ILLUSTRATION: Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush) Old Ronnie was a stupid galoot. According to Newsweek, he at least once sent a letter of condolence to one of the fictitious characters…
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Essays

by Frederick Dixon I SUPPOSE I’m like most men in that shopping is not a favourite chore; as far as possible I try to decide exactly what I want, go in and get it and come out as quickly as possible. But, being a bookworm, I make an exception for bookshops and will browse at length before coming out, very often,…
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