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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

David Baddiel by Douglas Mercer JUST WHEN YOU THINK that Jew whining has reached its maximum possible level, you realize you are wrong: Jew whining has no maximum level. They don’t kvetch and kibbitz so much as whine and whinge. And Jew whining will never end. Not that long ago the putrid state of…
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TWO GREAT BOOKS FOR middle school students to read regarding WW2 are When the Flagpoles Bloomed by Vera Oredsson and Twilight of the Gods by Wallin and Hillblad. Long ago I had asked if anyone knew of books that children could read that dealt with Germany during WW2, specifically regarding an alternative…
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Ben John His “offense” was possessing a book freely available on the Internet to anyone who wants it. A FORMER BRITISH STUDENT who was given a suspended prison sentence and told to read classic literature after being convicted of the preposterous “terrorism offense” of…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims YOU SHOULD NOT buy the Kindle versions of the Nancy Drew mystery books. They are ebook versions of the dumbed-down, shortened, and inferior rewrites of the books in the series. They are not at all the same stories that climbed to fame among girls in the 1930s. I have most of the Nancy Drew series…
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CommentaryDavid Sims

by David Sims EARLIER, I reported that the second book of the Hardy Boys series of adventure/mystery novels for boys, The House on the Cliff, contained a scene in which Frank Hardy (the older brother) became suspicious about something and declared that he smelled a “Nigger in the woodpile.”…
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Douglas MercerEssays

Damon Galgut by Douglas Mercer RECENTLY South Africa turned into a higher-octane version of Road Warrior. It had something to do with one of their Congoid leaders but who knows — do the Congoids really need a reason to turn their country into a high-octane version of Road Warrior? Of course not…
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Download this important book free. CONTRARY TO post-war propaganda, it was not the “Nazis” who terrorized Germany prior to 1933, but the far Left. This book, based on original police case files from the time, shows how the far Left and their “Social Democratic” party allies…
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by John I. Johnson TEXAS-BORN NOVELIST Patricia Highsmith (1921-1995) (born Mary Patricia Plangman), author of Strangers on a Train (1950) (adapted to the screen by director Alfred Hitchcock) and a series of crime novels starring psychopathic murderer Tom Ripley (The Talented Mr. Ripley [1955]),…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 1, 2018 by Kevin Alfred Strom THIS WEEK we bring you the first part of my second interview on Resolution Radio with host Sonny Thomas. In the show we talk about the things that racially-conscious families should be aware of, thinking about, and planning…
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A review of Chistopher Byron’s Martha, Inc.: The Incredible Story of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (New York: John Wiley, 2002) by John I. Johnson CHRISTOPHER Byron’s criticism of a Martha Stewart column ironically provides an apt description of his book Martha, Inc.: “At once whining and…
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