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by Allan Callahan IT IS PROBABLY common today for most people to look upon modern warfare as being much more “humane” than it used to be. They have read of conquered peoples being sold into slavery in ancient times, and sometimes put to the sword. Nothing like that happens today, they assert. No, it doesn’t…
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by Stephen Contrado WHITE PEOPLE have been supremely generous to the Negroes. They have raised Blacks from savage tribal conditions to civilization, but history does not record the kindness. Instead, historians use the relative concepts of “slavery” and “racism” out of historic context and use…
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The best among us instinctively love — and want to protect — the beauty and health of our natural environment. by Francis Playfair FOR FAR TOO LONG now the ‘green issue’ has been hijacked and controlled by the left wing of the establishment. It hasn’t always been that way. For many…
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by Jack Pershing FOR MOST readers having a nodding acquaintance with American history, the term “abolitionist” conjures up a vision of a sentimental housewife like Harriet Beecher Stowe, a homicidal psychopath in the mold of John Brown, or some stone-faced Puritan negrophile. This picture is accurate…
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Gloucester Fisherman’s Memorial overlooking Gloucester Harbor, Gloucester, Massachusetts (Bronze, 1925) by Andrew Hamilton The defining characteristic of WASPs is that they are much less ethnocentric than other peoples; indeed for all practical purposes Anglo-Saxon Protestants appear to…
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Seneca In this short (50-page) book, in the form of a letter to his friend Paulinus, the Roman philosopher Seneca implores the best among us to forego materialist busy-ness and spend our precious time in serene study of the realities of the Universe, contemplation of the meaning of life, and leading
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by Benjamin Garland THE JEWS NEVER FACED much anti-Semitism in America. This is due, in large part, to the underlying ideologies it was founded on; namely, universalistic interpretations of Christianity and Enlightenment ideals of freedom, equality and opportunity for all. These principles,…
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EssaysHadding Scott

by Hadding Scott IT HAS BEEN amazing to see how much Dinesh D’Souza gets away with. I have yet to see any of his movies, but I have his books, and I’ve listened to interviews and watched his speeches. Nobody seems to come to D’Souza’s presentations prepared, and that’s…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver 1. A POLITICAL PUZZLE LYNDON LAROUCHE, who was several times sponsored as a candidate for the Presidency by his own volatile political organizations, is now serving a sentence of fifteen years in a Federal prison, and some of his subordinates are now being prosecuted in various states.…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver RATIONAL AMERICANS were shocked when Ernst Zündel was arrested, tried, and convicted of having displeased Yahweh’s Master Race by disbelieving their impudent Holohoax. As I write, the sentence imposed by a Soviet-style judge is still sub judice in an appellate court, which…
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