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Classic Essays

AS LONG AS WE have had institutions of higher learning, college fraternities have been warring with each other to win pledges to their particular Greek letter societies. This friendly rivalry got out of hand at the beginning of the 1978 fall semester when two prestigious fraternities at the University…
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David SimsEssays

And other infringements of our rights by David Sims MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH have now passed laws making it illegal to rent out unused space in your own home. A smartphone app called “AirBNB” was facilitating that, and using it is now illegal in those cities too. Miami Beach mayor Phillip Levine…
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Classic Essays

by Cholly Bilderberger ONE UPON A TIME there was a place called Palm Beach. It filled a very important function in American life by making it possible for the newly rich to obtain instant social position. Consider Josh Cosden, a onetime streetcar conductor from Baltimore who made his fortune in Oklahoma…
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News

Note by John I. Johnson: It has been revealed that most of the Orlando shooter’s victims were in fact Mestizo — 36 out of 48. So: 75% Mestizo, 25% (presumably) White. The article below on Mateen’s own likely homosexuality is quite interesting. Down the memory hole this goes, presumably.…
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NewsReports

One can easily read through the few shreds of code language still left in this establishment media report; the destruction of our once-safe schools is too obvious to hide now SALIMAH BULLOCK started second grade at Campbell Park Elementary in the fall of 2013. She didn’t make it 10 minutes before…
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