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THE FIRST AND most important environmental fact about New England is that it was cold — much colder in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries than today. . . a period in the Earth’s history which climatologists call the “little ice age.” Ocean temperature off the coast of New England were three degrees…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton THE PREVALENCE of American flags in the few remaining White enclaves of the country is striking to any thoughtful observer. Even these small areas, of course, are not all-White as they were a quarter- or half-century ago. They are majority White demographically — for the moment.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE JUST BEEN reading an excellent book. It’s Scalp Dance, by Thomas Goodrich, and it’s a history of the conflict between Plains Indians and White settlers moving west in the years immediately after the American Civil War, between about 1865 and 1879. Much…
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Classic Essays

by Robert Morgan IN FEBRUARY 2002, Eli M. Rosenbaum, boss of the witch-hunting Office of Special Investigations (OSI), a unit within the U.S. “Justice” Department’s Criminal Division, easily persuaded a pliant federal judge, Paul Ramon Matia (an appointee of the first President Bush), to once again…
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Classic Essays

IN 1622 fifty-eight White settlers, all from England, were massacred by Indians about ten miles north of Jamestown, which had been founded by Captain John Smith fifteen years earlier. It was what the old records called a “fatal Friday morning.” It was only one of several attacks that day.…
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Essays

by James Harting I HOLD THIS TRUTH to be self-evident: that the United States of America was at its inception founded as a country of, by and for White people, regardless of what it has become or degenerated into today. The elites ruling America today, and the Jews prime among them, have replaced the traditional…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom THIS WEEK MARKS two milestones in American history: the 60th anniversary of D-Day and the death of Ronald Reagan. With us to discuss these issues today is one of the most incisive historical minds our nation has produced, the courageous researcher, scholar, and publisher,…
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by Hadding Scott I WAS RESEARCHING anti-White revision of American history, specifically Francis Jennings (whose ethnic identity is not yet known to me) when I ran across a New York Times book review that contained this statement: “One revisionist, Theodore Draper, whom Jennings generously…
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Classic Essays

A Dey in the life of Coen Baccri THE SEIZURE OF Western hostages by Muslims is a habit hallowed by age, yet it appears to be another contretemps with which our ruling Liberal-Minority Coalition is unable to contend. The British Empire’s solution to the problem was to launch an attack on the perpetrators…
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DebateOpinion

by Dissident Millennial BELOW I HAVE transcribed portions of a recent Matthew Drake podcast featuring a debate between Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents Publishing and an internet personality who calls himself “Valid Thought”. The topic of the debate is whether or not America should…
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