Rosemary W. Pennington
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Rosemary W. Pennington

When you reach sentience, you realize that nothing in your life compares with the goal of bringing others to sentience too.

Classic Essays

Henry Fairfield Osborn THE ROT was already well advanced in the America of 1980, a time still within the memories of many of our readers. But we have lost much of our freedom of speech since that time, as evidenced by what Natural History magazine published in April of that year. No mobs burned down their…
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David Sims

by David Sims HERE ARE some of my answers that Quora’s moderation team doesn’t like, published here (and lots of other places) so that censorship fails to achieve its purpose. Question: Homosexuality is never mentioned in the Koran, so why are homosexual acts considered a sin in Islam?…
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Essays

And, of course, the predatory race are the ultimate grifters. LIKE MOST slang terms, no one is entirely sure how the word “grifter” came into common usage, but it has been fairly common since the start of the last century. Researchers claim it was carnival slang that crossed over into common usage in the…
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Essays

THERE WAS A TIME, and it wasn’t all that long ago, when magazines for teenage girls were mere innocent entertainment. Mainly clothes and make-up. And romance. Said romance was of the innocent-girl-swept-off-her-feet-by-charming-suitor who in true gentlemanly fashion never ‘takes…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Introduced by Kevin Alfred Strom (1995) THERE IS ASTOUNDING information available to the dedicated researcher in our libraries, at least those few that have not yet engaged in the Politically Correct frenzy of selling off or throwing away all books published before 1965. There is even valuable information…
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Essays

As 131 beckons us, align your thoughts with new beginnings; with greatness; with understanding. Education . . . THE RACIAL STATE must not adjust its entire educational work primarily to the infusion of mere knowledge, but to the cultivation of absolutely sound bodies. The training of mental abilities…
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Essays

More words from the man whose ideals and self-sacrifice, if comprehended rightly, can lead us out of the labyrinth. Idealism THE PUREST idealism is unconsciously equivalent to the deepest knowledge. (I:11) How necessary it is to keep realizing that idealism does not represent a superfluous expression…
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Essays

As we are about to start a new year, let us begin by meditating — and acting — on the words of the man whose life on Earth will one day be seen, we believe, as having cut human history into two distinct parts. Introduction EVERY AGE on Earth is represented by a name, by an extraordinary figure who…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THERE ARE TWO things fundamental to every society: the quality of its human stock — that is, the vitality, intelligence, creativity, courage, and will of its people and the values which guide it. One may be tempted to reduce these two fundamentals to a single determinant — namely,…
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Essays

AN IMPORTANT COMPARISON between two US religious sects — the Quakers and the Amish — and of their respective decline and growth — serves as an instructive lesson in demographics and how to maintain numbers when surrounded by hostile forces, a valuable article on the Unherd website reveals. Titled “What…
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