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by Robert Stuart “GAY” FRENCH sex pervert and chronic denizen of San Francisco bath houses Michel Foucalut once said “society must be defended.” He was being sarcastic of course. He didn’t want society to be defended; he wanted society to collapse. He wanted it to…
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Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria: “Get out, racists!” by Saxon Day IN THE 1950s when the American government was looking for a site to build the proposed United States Air Force Academy, legendary patriot Charles Lindbergh was on the advisory panel. They ultimately selected Colorado Springs. When…
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by Thomas Dalton, PhD NOW THAT the criminals parading as Congressmen have finally gotten around to a “stimulus” bill, they have decided that they can ram through a variety of favored projects in the name of helping American families. They throw us a bone of $600 per person — or $2,400 for a family of four…
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THERE ARE THOSE, all of whom wear tinfoil hats for some reason, who believe Covid-1984 to be a hoax, little worse than a bad flu and the ensuing drastic constraints on previously inalienable freedoms to be part of a fiendish globalist plan. Nonsense, because a recent walk through my own town confirmed…
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by Andrew Hamilton The Dearborn Independent, owned and operated by automaker Henry Ford from 1919 to 1927, was a weekly Michigan paper published on Saturdays. It consisted of feature articles, together with shorter pieces and filler material. It did not aim to cover current “news” as such. The newspaper…
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by Thomas Dalton, Ph.D. “Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution.” — Allen West, Chair, Texas GOP NOW THAT the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris regime and their Jewish entourage are measuring the curtains at the White House, it’s…
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Back when I was living under a bridge, back about seven or eight years ago, I had a tiny battery-operated TV. When I couldn’t sleep I’d flip the stupid thing on. Except for the weather channel and two local access stations, at 2-5 AM every channel is airing an infomercial. If you think that this is a sure guarantee
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Trump’s close associate Michael Flynn, who recently stated “There is no way in the world we are going to be able to move forward as a nation. [Trump] could immediately, on his order, seize every single one of these [voting] machines…. Within the swing states, if he wanted to, he could…
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by Douglas Mercer WHEN THE epitaph of America is written it will say that this was a people who loved freedom but who loved cheap labor more. Sam Dickson has said that, growing up in the South, he revered the antebellum leadership class, but that as he grew older he saw them in the same light as the capitalists…
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Robert Lynch by Karl Gunther AT THE presidential inauguration after the 1960 election, flinty Yankee and American traditionalist Robert Frost read one his his poems. Thirty-two years later, after the 1992 election, Negroid poetess Maya Angelou got the nod, and in her “poem” she moralized…
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