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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE LOSS of freedom in America didn’t begin with Barack Obama. Nor did it begin with the Civil War or the establishment of the Federal Reserve, though those things did landmark and accelerate the process. Rather, the American experiment began to fail even before it began, with the…
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Andrew HamiltonClassic Essays

From “Hollywood: Its Morals and Manners” (Shadowland magazine, 1921-1922) by Theodore Dreiser Introduction by Andrew Hamilton THE GERMAN-AMERICAN novelist Theodore Dreiser was a Leftist, eventually became a Communist Party member, and praised Stalin — but he wasn’t…
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Classic Essays

Introduction by Mark Weber ALTHOUGH TODAY it is considered tactless if not hateful to speak openly of a “Jewish question,” the often thorny matter of relations between Jews and non-Jews in society is a real issue that has bedeviled countless governments and scholars for centuries. In…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims BELIEVE IT OR NOT, there were thousands of years of human existence prior to Abraham, who was born in southern Sumeria around 1800 BC. Before Abraham was born in Ur, and for some time afterward, the region to the west known as Palestine was not uninhabited. It was already the home of several…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

The Sacred Chain by Norman F. Cantor (pictured). HarperCollins Publishers (New York, 1994). reviewed by Dr. William L. Pierce “ANTI-SEMITES sensed the truth of Jewish history, the specialness of the Jews, their strangeness on the face of the earth. The anti-Semites could not stand to witness…
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Essays

SCHOLARS continue to debate a number of important issues concerning the nature of human (child) sacrifices in the ancient Near East, including the origins of the rite, to whom these sacrifices were intended, and by whom they were performed. A number of books dedicated to the topic have appeared in…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

By Israel Shahak, with a foreword by Gore Vidal. Published by Pluto Press (London, 1994). Reviewed by Dr. William L. Pierce WHEN THE ROMAN historian Tacitus pointed out 19 centuries ago that the Jews are unique among the races of man in their intense hatred and contempt for all races but their own, he was…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

American Dissident Voices Broadcast of January 15, 2000 by Dr. William Pierce I WAS AMUSED last week when America’s top baseball commissars ordered that Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker (pictured) undergo psychiatric testing because he said he finds New York City a depressing place, filled…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE PUBLICATION of an early translation into Ladino of Yehudah1 (ben Shemu’el) al-Levi’s often cited book about the Khazars2 suggests that a summary statement of the question it raises may be of interest. The Khazars, a tribe of uncertain race, first appear in history…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) WHILE IT IS scarcely possible that Jews do not know they are practicing deceit and fraud when they cozen goyim, it is likely that they feel much as do members of our race when they shoot deer or ducks from blinds, but we can only make precarious guesses about their own feelings…
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