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News

HERE WE GO AGAIN (this homicide is now being investigated as a gang-initiation crime). Lamentably, the era of social media allows us to peer into the private lives of those who momentarily are in the news. People we would never meet in our lives become available to us, pictures (and sometimes videos)…
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They banished him forever from family and home town, ostensibly because he used pepper spray on a carjacker — but actually because he spoke up for White people. ARE AMERICANS a free people or are they not? — that is the question. Do Americans still have the right to petition their government…
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Essays

A FRIEND sent me a story the other day, with a one sentence note: “Read until the very end.” So I did. [Woman found dead on abandoned DeKalb Co. golf course identified, 11 Alive NBC, 6-30-17]: DeKalb County police have identified the woman found shot, killed and dumped in a creek Wednesday.…
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Multiple attacks on computers that store election databases traced back to US Department of Homeland Security GEORGIA SECRETARY of State Brian Kemp wrote a letter to President-elect Donald Trump for some assistance with a disturbing problem: He wants Trump to help investigate the Department…
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Essays

by Lawson Wellborn WITH THE recent centennial of the death by lynching of Leo Max Frank, public attention has been fixed once again on the remarkable dual murders of Mary Phagan and Leo Frank. As is fairly well-known at this point, 13-year-old Mary Phagan was murdered in the National Pencil Factory in…
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AudioAudio BooksClassic Essays

EDITOR’S NOTE: National Vanguard now makes available this, the fifth and final audio book from Tom Watson’s (pictured) series on the Leo Frank case, read by Vanessa Neubauer. All of Watson’s long-suppressed essays on the Frank case are now available in audio format, ahead of schedule…
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