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 EssaysWilliam Pierce

Exclusiveness, Belief in Superiority, Hostility by Dr. William L. Pierce THE RESOLUTION by the General Assembly of the United Nations on November 10, equating Zionism and racism, has provoked a torrent of response in the news media. Much of this response has been deliberately deceptive, and there…
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Classic Essays

by Nick Camerota I BEGAN READING The Camp of the Saints after a long and tiring day. Although I promised myself only a few chapters before retiring, I remained in the grip of Jean Raspail’s forceful, apocalyptic narrative until dawn. I finished it in one sitting. That was almost a month ago. Since…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce FOR the thirteenth straight year, graduating high school seniors in 1975 were dumber than those of the year before. Nearly one million college-bound seniors took the Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT) offered by the College Entrance Examination Board this year, and their scores…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce A NAUSEATINGLY FAMILIAR spectacle of our times is one of our elected “leaders,” whether President Gerald Ford or Boston Mayor Kevin White, appearing on television and solemnly announcing that he is as opposed to the forced racial busing of school children as…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce IN 1984, the well-known political horror-fantasy by George Orwell, it was called the Two Minutes Hate. At eleven o’clock each morning the workers in all government offices assembled in front of television screens for a sensitivity-training session in which they released…
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