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By Dr. William L. Pierce Nordic Virtues Led Romans to World Domination
Etruscan Kings Paved Way for Rome’s Fall
Levantines, Decadence, Capitalism Sank Rome TODAY, WHEN WE SPEAK of “Latins,” we reflexively think of short, swarthy, excitable people who are inordinately fond of…
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Essays

by David Sims LET US BEGIN our examination of typical capitalist behavior with a discussion about the cost of bread. In years ending in 0 or 5, the companies that make sliced bread get their boards of directors together and raise their prices. And, after the vote, the company’s directors all laugh…
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by David Sims THE WORLD’S economic systems generate 2 billion metric tons of waste each year. The average density of landfill waste is 600 kilograms per cubic meter. A year’s worth of waste will therefore occupy 3.3333 cubic kilometers of volume. If all this trash goes into landfills,…
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by David Sims IT IS not necessary to be miseducated or otherwise inferior in order to fail in a business venture and be left thereby with so much debt that it will be 20 years before you can try again. In all the talk we often hear about how “wonderful” capitalism is, I believe that I detect a selection…
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by David Sims HERE ARE SOME illustrations of the behavior you can expect from capitalists. Scotland’s Tay Bridge was built in 1879, becoming, for a time, the world’s longest railway bridge. On 28 December 1879, storm winds blew part of the bridge into the sea at exactly the moment a passenger…
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by James Harting I WAS DOWN at the county dump the other day, where I was astounded to see a huge pile of discarded shiny refrigerators and other late-model appliances. One might imagine the very phrase “pile of refrigerators” to be an oxymoron — that is, a phrase that contradicts itself. But…
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Classic Essays

They well knew that America, riddled with Blacks and Jews, and with a ruling class that had lost faith in itself, was doomed to self-destruction anyway. SO MANY BOOKS are published each year by major U.S. publishers that one or two, even though they have committed the cardinal sin of containing a paragraph…
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by James Harting SCHOLARS tell us that there are more words in English than in any other language. Estimates run between 600,000 and 1 million words. (Swahili, in contrast has 20,000 words.) Most of these words are technical terms, and no one is expected to know every word in the English language. (ILLUSTRATION: …
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And why the economic propaganda of both Marxists and free-enterprisers should not be believed by David Sims AYN RAND (pictured) wrote that the purpose of government is to protect the rights of individuals by banning the initiation of force and thus “making all relations between men peaceful,…
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Three easy-to-understand ways that capitalism literally sucks — sucks unearned money away from the rest of us, that is. by David Sims AMERICANS HAVE gotten used to third-rate grocery goods. They buy supermarket coffee and drink the beverage that they make from it, even though it tastes like…
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