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by J. Gardner and editorial staff THE National Longitudinal Study indicates that the impact of Affirmative Action laws and diversity-enhancing public policy is far different from that imagined by most Americans. Instead of being over-represented (which equality advocates often view as something…
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J STREET has acknowledged substantial donations from billionaire George Soros (pictured), reversing years of claims by the group that it had nothing to do with the liberal financier, and apologized for making misleading statements about his role. Jeremy Ben-Ami, the director of the dovish pro-Israel…
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INSPIRED BY Bill Rankin’s map of Chicago’s racial and ethnic divides, Eric Fisher has drawn similar maps of other cities with data obtained from the 2000 Census. More cities are charted here. Each dot represents 25 people with white people represented by a red dot, black people by a blue…
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THE SAVITRI DEVI ARCHIVE is a repository for writings and documents related to the philosopher and religious thinker Savitri Devi, born Maximine Portaz (1905-1982). The Archive will eventually make all of Savitri Devi’s writings available. In addition, the Archive contains information…
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IF YOU ARE as outraged as we at Free Edgar Steele are about the unanswered questions raised by the Idaho Pipe Bomber case, below are some focus points you might consider sending along in a letter to your Congressperson.  A central question that affects everybody along the roads upon which Cyndi Steele…
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A distinguished professor looks at an egregious case of corruption in the academy — corruption that contributed to the deaths of thousands of Americans and the betrayal of a sacred trust. by Revilo P. Oliver AT LONG LAST, we have a definitive solution of the Langer Mystery, which has puzzled observers…
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EMORY UNIVERSITY School of Medicine (pictured) researchers discovered that the Ashkenazi Jewish population is genetically more varied than people of European ancestry, despite a prevailing belief that Ashkenazi Jews are an isolated population. According to an Aug. 26 University press release,…
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AT 31, Jimmie Aakesson has already spent five years at the helm of the far-right Sweden Democrats and is credited with a populist makeover that made it possible for the party to be voted into parliament Sunday. A member of the Sweden Democrats since the age of 15, the youthful leader has helped catapult…
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‘YOU WON’T find a gene that makes the Irish fond of drink, any more than you’ll find a gene that makes the Irish especially prone to buying property at grossly over-inflated prices.” That is the sage scientific advice of Professor Brendan Loftus, head of the UCD research team…
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THE 11 SEPTEMBER attacks in New York were an inside job; the South Korean warship torpedoed in March was not sunk by North Korea, but probably by Japan or the US; and the world is run by the secretive Bilderberg Group, who pursue a “New World Order.” Not the lonely ravings of a conspiracy-minded…
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