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Spinning storm system; such sunwheel-like shapes and motions are everywhere in Nature, from galaxies to atoms. by H. Millard THESE ARE The Teachings given to us alone through The Teacher and these are some of our most deeply held religious beliefs. If you also sincerely hold these or similar deeply…
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Slated to die. by Andrew Hamilton MANY Whites were victimized by the massive witch hunt and censorship that followed the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in 2017. The major scapegoat was James Alex Fields, whose Dodge Challenger ran into a crowd of government protestors, killing one and injuring…
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American Revolutionaries and Enlightenment thinkers Tom Paine and Thomas Jefferson advocated a radical reappraisal of the doctrines of organized religion. Paine wrote The Age of Reason, which pointed out the absurdities and contradictions within both the Old and New Testaments. Thomas Jefferson…
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by Chris Rossetti IN AN INTERVIEW with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA), Marianne Williamson says that, if she’d had a “better Jewish education,” she “might have become a rabbi.” Williamson is a somewhat White-looking Jewess who vends New Age and vaguely Bible-tinged…
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It’s because of Holocaust propaganda. by Hadding Scott EUGENE CAGLE, NASA’s engineering manager for the Saturn rocket program, regarded the role of Wernher von Braun in the American space program as crucial: “(Von Braun) was the main player in all the work that went on. We might have been…
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ROBERT REDFORD’S 1994 film Quiz Show tells the story of the Twenty-One game show scandal of the late 1950s. Featuring a superbly literate and psychologically subtle script and outstanding performances by Ralph Fiennes, Paul Scofield, John Turturro, and Rob Morrow, Quiz Show dramatizes important…
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by Helgar THIS IS THE Age of Biology. It has come upon us almost unaware, and certainly unwanted for existing power structures. All bureaucracies wherever they are established, in government, education and economics, are doing their utmost to keep the age from realizing itself. But it will grow, inevitable…
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by Karl Radl ACCORDING to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA), the Jewish actor made famous by his role as ‘Harry Potter’ in the film versions of J. K. Rowling’s children’s book series of the same name has been doing some research on his ancestors. One particular piece of this ‘research’ is highlighted…
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by David Sims

EVERY MAJOR project undertaken by Americans today takes longer to accomplish and costs more than a comparable project carried out fifty or a hundred years ago.

The Empire State Building was built in 13 months in 1930 and 1931.

The Saturn V rocket was a design on a drawing board in 1962. It was…
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by Robert Rundo A HANDFUL OF M80s get hurled onto your side of the demonstration. An older woman waving an American flag crashes into you as she jumps back in panic as one explodes by her feet. The cops with all their latest safety pads and shields begin to clear out, letting the two sides face off. Everyone…
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