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1960s

Essays

by John Randolph ROUND ABOUT 2013 all the evil flowers of the 1960s threw off spores and bloomed, and the “woke” arose as one, statues were toppled, buildings and streets were renamed, pictures were taken down, America was deconstructed, heroes were erased, history was distorted, speech…
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Guest opinionPerspective

It isn’t hard to do. by Kenneth Roberts TRAITOROUS race-mixer John Lennon died forty years ago this week, shot in Manhattan when karmic justice was finally served. It was Lennon who was the pied piper of the infamous “counterculture.” It was Lennon who fed mind poison to the millions, teaching…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce A TIME-HONORED saying is, “All is fair in love and war.” Certainly, it seems a reasonable saying and one in accord with Nature. It expresses the fact that when at war even otherwise honorable men resort to trickery, deceit, and outright lying. In a strictly personal…
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