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I WAS TALKING the other night with a man who has a son entering college in the fall. The father is a nice guy and generous with his collection of rare whiskeys though, like most people who glance off the side of our lives, he is an acquaintance rather than friend. I had always taken him to be liberal, albeit…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THE EDUCATION OF America’s children is a matter of continuing controversy and anguish for many Americans, including a majority of White parents with school-age children. Americans are unhappy about the level of violence in the schools, which keeps going up, and the…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

What Our Schools Are Teaching Our Children by Kevin Alfred Strom (1996) MINNESOTA IS THE LAND of my recent ancestors, who settled there in the 19th century after leaving Norway. It is a land of hard-working, honest, open, and often naive White people. In fact, it is one of the Whitest states in the nation.…
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AudioAudio BooksWilliam Pierce

by Bradford L. Huie
for The American Mercury DR. WILLIAM PIERCE says our education system is failing, and that egalitarianism, multiculturalism, and feminism are to blame. The solutions he suggests as the only possible remedies — racial separation being the first but far from the only one…
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News

A publicly-funded university on Maryland’s eastern shore now has a required class for elementary education majors called “Diversity and the Self,” which employs a “Pyramid of White Supremacy.” IF YOU’RE STILL not convinced that the communist indoctrination…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES were established to preserve and perpetuate the culture, and hence the civilization, that is called European, from the geographical designation of the continent on which it arose as a revival of the culture of Greece and Rome, or Western, to include its…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims HISTORY TEACHERS lie to their students by omission. Their narrative is gerrymandered to create a false impression. The American practice of slavery before the Civil War is a subject on which you can’t trust the official history. It leaves out many important facts because it’s…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IF YOU home-school your children, you will need to have history textbooks published before the era of Political Correctness. And keep in mind that all history texts are distorted by politics most greatly in regard to events that were but recently transpired when the text was brought to…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

This great and deeply moving piece by the brilliant Oliver shouldn’t dishearten us. Today, 30 years later, things are not nearly so bleak. by Revilo P. Oliver ON A DAY in 1986 that I shall not specify, a singularly perspicacious and devoted American died. I know no one man who did more to avert the…
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News

A NEW INTERACTIVE art installation is opening the door for students to share their future dreams of diversity through “Nap-Ins” in Morris Library. Student coordinator Marissa Amposta is facilitating four sleep sessions in March where students will be given the opportunity to nap for two hours…
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