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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IN ANY criminal trial, jurors have a constitutional right to judge not only the defendant, but also the law itself. A jury might determine that a defendant is guilty of breaking a law, but refuse to convict him because they have also determined that the law that he broke is unjust, unreasonable,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY I want to share with you my very deep concern, my worry about the crime problem in America. I don’t mean the sort of crime we hear about and see every night on the television news: the drive-by shootings by drug gangs, and the muggings and robberies, and the rapes and…
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News

Traitorous politician now openly working for those who have been his employers all along; works to imprison Whites who question Jewish stories. TONY BLAIR (pictured) has landed himself a new role as the head of an international organisation that fights anti-Semitism and campaigns for the criminalisation…
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Reports

Only racial patriots did anything for the raped and abused little girls. EDITOR’S NOTE: Those racial patriots who stood up for their people were not restricted to the two groups mentioned by the author, however. This is otherwise a worthwhile, truth-telling article. It is important to remember…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Dr. William Pierce describes his spiritual and intellectual evolution from a non-political university professor into a White radical by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) UNTIL I WAS 30 years old, I had hardly given a thought to politics, to race, or to social questions. I had no clearly thought-out…
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NewsReports

by David Carothers ARE AMERICANS a free people or are they not? — that is the question. Do Americans still have the right to petition their government for redress of grievances, or do they not? These questions were answered on the morning of March 10 when this writer received a knock on his door.…
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EditorialsEssaysNews

by Cyndi G. Steele (pictured with her family) EDGAR J. STEELE has been entrapped by a legal system that presumes his guilt in the face of false charges. Ed, my husband, has been in jail and solitary confinement for three months in Spokane, Washington because of false allegations that he masterminded…
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