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Classic Essays

by William Scott, Jr. THE “New Age” craze has merged with liberalism in several interesting ways, and both spring from the same kind of reality-denying mentality. Both elevate wishful thinking to a kind of moral and philosophical principle, and both operate on the basis of an unremitting…
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by Kenn Gividen HERE ARE two stories. The first is fictional. The second is factual. Imagine an African family — a father, mother, and seven children — trekking across the African Savannah to find a new home. It’s the 19th century. They were warned: Slave traders are lurking in the underbrush. They will…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Professor Oliver’s brilliant summary of our race’s interactions with Amerinds; he wrote in 1991, before the Solutrean hypothesis and genetic studies that showed that some eastern Amerind tribes had considerable infusions of European blood. by Revilo P. Oliver JONES-CRESSON forged…
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