Fiction

by Dean Darcy AS MAYOR Pam Powers approached the downtown exit she wondered again if the Sign Man lived in the two acres of woods that the off ramp curved around. As she inched along in the morning rush hour traffic she also wondered how many people in cars behind her and in front of her were thinking the same…
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EditorialsKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom A CREATIONIST MIGHT NOT acknowledge that he is related to a chimp, but he probably would admit that he is related to his own mother. “After all,” he might say, “obviously I share 50 per cent. of my genes with her.” But that estimate is wildly off the mark.…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom FROM A DISTANCE, it was a scene of almost inexpressible beauty. Ellen and Roger were driving through the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Skyline Drive. The rolling rural Virginia landscape glowed with the warm pollen haze of early spring. A few thousand feet ahead…
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EditorialsKevin Alfred StromNews

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) THERE IS CURRENTLY an obsessed Internet gossip, famous not only for a fairly literate pro-White science fiction book he wrote a decade ago (which I reviewed positively) but also for the sheer number of his false IDs and conversations with himself in online forums and…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “LET ME TELL YOU SOME STUFF, man,” said Homeless Jack, “but before I get to the meat of it, let me first tell you that I’m a big believer in existence and the ways of existence. “You might want to call that Nature’s ways, and that’s okay too. I tell…
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Classic EssaysJustin Cowgill

by Justin Cowgill ON JULY 28, 2000, Vladimir Putin gathered the 18 most powerful businessmen in Russia for an unprecedented discussion. This was the beginning of Putin’s campaign to undermine and reduce the power of a group of men who had made titanic fortunes from reforms designed to pave the way…
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EditorialsKevin Alfred StromNews

by Kevin Alfred Strom THE GROTESQUE pockmarked figure on the right is not a gargoyle, but it is carved into the walls of a cathedral — the so-called National Cathedral in Washington, DC to be precise. It is a quasi-religious icon portraying one of the regime’s secular saints, Rosa Parks,…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “SO, YOU’VE READ A LITTLE about Arman’s Teachings that I follow that constitute my religion, my philosophy and my world view and you’ve seen the lexicon that I’ve put together and you probably think you’ve seen it all, right, man?” asked…
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Essays

by Andrew Hamilton RUSSELL MAGUIRE WAS AN ANTI-JEWISH, pro-White, multimillionaire businessman active in American conservative circles in the 1950s and ’60s, primarily through the publication of the well-known American Mercury magazine. In 1956 Maguire (pictured above) hired future American…
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FictionH. Millard

…and our fail point. by H. Millard “WE LIVE IN REALLY STUPID times, man,” said Homeless Jack. “Yeah, I know what you’re thinking, the same could be said for all times, but our stupid times are much worse. “We face extinction, man, and soft genocide is going on each…
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