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Classic Essays

Mass democracy creates an environment in which amoral psychopaths naturally rise to the top. by Dr. William L. Pierce SEYMOUR Hersh’s new book, The Price of Power, has everyone who hates Henry Kissinger’s guts — and that’s a lot of people — chortling gleefully over all of its revelations about the former…
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Classic Essays

by George Avila AS A first-year law student I have been thinking recently about “the law.” It occurs to me that playwrights could make better use of a law-school education than most law students do. For law students, by and large, use their education to become well-paid parasites; but a true White man…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

“Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.” –Euripides by Dr. William L. Pierce CHOOSING a man of Bill Clinton’s character to be President once is solid evidence that a nation is in a terminal state of moral decay. Doing it twice in a row is beyond human comprehension.…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THERE ARE notions, popular with Americans, that I would dispute. One of them was put forth by Thomas Jefferson, an otherwise sensible fellow who became fond of the silly idea that the common man represented a reservoir of wisdom that would nudge the country back into its true course, if…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WHEN Christopher Columbus touched shore, on December 6, 1492, on the West Indies island which he named La Isla Española (Hispaniola) and claimed for the Spanish crown, it was inhabited by Arawak Indians, whose own name for their island was Haiti. The Spanish failed to develop…
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Classic Essays

In remembrance of another great but half-forgotten Westerner OUR MODERN MEDIA like to depict military men as trigger-happy simpletons whose throwback minds are still laboriously progressing from the 18th to the 19th century. Unfortunately, at least within the Western democracies, the rewards…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE BEHAVIOR of people in a situation of extreme scarcity, and the moral response to it, is the raw area where philosophy most closely joins with natural science. The story of the shipwreck of the William Brown, of Philadelphia, USA, and sailing from Liverpool, England, in March 1841,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ONE SEES from time to time in the press muted reports that all is not well in Poland. There have even been photographs of shipyards and factories that have been closed since the beatitude of “democracy” was bestowed on that unhappy land. One has to infer that the Americans’…
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EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom A CORRESPONDENT who had read one of my recent essays wrote to me, incredulously asking me if I was actually so wicked as to “condemn democracy.” I asked him to consider the facts and think, instead of just regurgitating the quasi-religious shibboleths that were imparted to him by…
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EditorialsEssays

Interracially married, treasonous, irresponsible, incompetent by Michael Olanich THOSE WHO KNOW how corrupt US politics have become will not be surprised that someone like Bill de Blasio (pictured) was elected mayor of New York. His name was in the news after he proclaimed his support for Blacks…
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