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by Joseph Sobran (pictured) ONE ISN’T SUPPOSED to say this, but many people believe that Israel now holds the White House, the Senate, and much of the American media in its hands. This is what is known as an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. The odd thing is that it is held by many Israelis. In an essay…
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by David Sims THE POWERS that be of our world talk a good talk about rights. But they don’t really mean it. They really want to control rights, so they can decide who may exercise them and who may not. And, naturally, they intend to reserve to themselves the most privileged status. As an example,…
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by Giuseppe Furioso TO THE Editor: In today’s Times (Feb. 28, 2016) we are shown the faces of some 503 individuals, who according to reporters Haeyoun Park, Josh Keller, and Josh Williams are, “the most powerful people in American culture, government, education, and business.”…
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A startling new study reveals that more than 1 in 4 Americans now believe that the government is the enemy of its very citizens. THE Pew Research Center concluded that 27 percent of all registered voters describe the U.S. government as the “enemy” of the people. That percentage is thought to be lower…
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And why the founders believed Americans have a right to armed action to create political change by David Sims THE US Constitution is “executed” by the executive branch of the government: the police at all levels should enforce the Constitution first and foremost, and the most frequent…
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“Legalism” — that is, showing that the Washington regime is illegal in various ways — is not the full solution. And some of the legalists’ theories are lacking. But the rising anger against the tyrannical anti-White System is a healthy sign of a new nation being born
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by David Sims AMERICAN GOVERNMENT is a government of limited powers, and one of the limitations is the First Amendment. That being so, the authority of our government to prevent discrimination is limited to the policies and practices of the government itself, to ensure that all citizens are equals…
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