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AMERICA’S FOUNDING FATHERS may have explicitly banned the formation of a national religion, but don’t tell that to Republican Christians. A poll found that over half of the religious right wants to establish Christianity as the country’s official creed. When asked if they supported “establishing…
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Being White won’t be an accident in 2055; it will be an act of will on the part of one’s immediate ancestors. by Rob Freeman An Analysis of Overseas Chinese I LIVE NEAR two casinos, Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun. The Chinese are a race of highly enthusiastic gamblers, and are drawn to casinos like moths to a flame.…
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IN DISCUSSING the music of the West, a line can almost be drawn at the beginning of the 20th century. It was at that time that “modern” philosophies and ideologies assumed hegemony over the artistic scene. That serious music would change course and fall largely under the sway of Jewish pens…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The real source of “liberal” delusions by Revilo P. Oliver JOHN STUART MILL (1806-1873; pictured) is chiefly remembered today as an example of precocity and as the author of an enthusiastic essay On Liberty (1859). There is still debate about whether he was extraordinarily precocious…
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Edgar SteeleEssays

by Edgar J. Steele RECENTLY, a list subscriber pointed out that my name had been added to the short list of “American Extremist Individuals” carried on the ADL’s Web page, alongside the likes of Ernst Zundel, William Pierce, David Irving, Dr. Ed Fields, Willis Carto and Bo Gritz,…
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A MORE THAN casual look at The Environmental Movement shows it to be mostly a facade of noisy rhetoric. If the speechifying is largely surrealistic, the problems are real. Basic resources for industry, as well as exotic ones, are getting scarcer. Cheap oil is a thing of the past. Even if there are no real…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) UNTIL QUITE recently, unending struggle has been the condition of mankind. Through struggle we evolved. Struggle selected the strongest and most fit for survival and eliminated the unfit. A high birthrate together with a high death rate guaranteed progress. Since…
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by Jack Pershing FOR MOST readers having a nodding acquaintance with American history, the term “abolitionist” conjures up a vision of a sentimental housewife like Harriet Beecher Stowe, a homicidal psychopath in the mold of John Brown, or some stone-faced Puritan negrophile. This picture is accurate…
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How much longer can the cartoonish Hitler-bashing in the media continue to be taken seriously? How ridiculous does it have to get before the spell wears off, and the people realize that it is the media itself, and the Jews that run it, that are our real enemies, rather than the historical “Nazis” that they
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EDITOR’S NOTE: The historical record of former Vice President Spiro Agnew’s utterances on the Jewish question supports the authenticity of the letter found by Kevin Alfred Strom (shown below in the Appendix) in the papers of Professor Revilo P. Oliver. SPIRO AGNEW was Vice President…
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by James Harting Adolf Hitler: German Chancellor or Pan-Aryan Leader? CONTEMPORARY National Socialists view Adolf Hitler as the symbolic leader of the whole of the Aryan race. I, personally, believe that this conception of Hitler is correct and I embrace it enthusiastically. In Mein Kampf and elsewhere,…
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Original Introduction to CANDOUR Supplement, 22nd July, 1960 WARNING! (ILLUSTRATION: The Mau Mau uprising originated in the 1950s among the Kikuyu people of Kenya, forcing its adherents to swear savage oaths which involved bestiality. Its loyalists advocated ultra-violent resistance to British…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of February 28, 2015 by Kevin Alfred Strom HE MAKES ONE Hell of a good speech, that Rudy Giuliani. He’s not afraid to make waves. He produces sound bites that conservatives love to hear:  He told us “Obama wasn’t raised like us” and “Obama…
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Okay for Washington regime to be heavily armed; not okay for ordinary citizens, say corporate giants SHIPPING GIANTS FedEx and UPS say they will not transport a $1,500 computer-controlled, homemade firearms mill, as the companies are concerned the technology presents thorny legal implications,…
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