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Charles Lindbergh

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by Mark Weber IN May 1927, a shy, handsome 25-year-old suddenly sprang from obscurity to instant world fame when he flew a small single-seat, single-engine airplane, called the “Spirit of St. Louis,” from Long Island, New York, to an airfield in Paris. In a grueling 33-hour flight that covered 3,600…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS THE habit of our domestic enemies to deny that they are engaged in a conspiracy against us, and to pretend that the consequences of their actions just happened somehow and could not have been foreseen. Unthinking Americans believe that, although our great War Criminal once indiscreetly…
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A scene from the upcoming HBO miniseries by Douglas Mercer JEWS ARE quite cunning when it comes to throwing dust in the White man’s eyes. They accuse White people of doing exactly what they are doing. There is no better example of this than the upcoming HBO miniseries The Plot Against America (March 16,…
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Classic Essays

Charles Lindbergh This classic essay was written by American patriot, scientist, and aviator Charles Lindbergh, and was published by Reader’s Digest in 1939, just after the outbreak of World War 2 in Europe, during a time when massive Jewish media efforts were centered on finding a pretext
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by Mike Walsh THE UNITED States is lately stigmatised by an image problem due to its electoral shenanigans and misadventures abroad. All too often forgotten are the great Americans, especially its literati, who contributed so much to the world’s wisdom. Leaving aside such essentials as the three…
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