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David SimsEssays

The synergy of philosophy and science — and the limits of philosophy in the absence of science by David Sims THE QUOTES below are from the semi-Politically Incorrect pop-philosopher Stefan Molyneux. “Philosophy is the greatest intellectual discipline in the realm of human thought.”…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims MORALITY isn’t the same thing as justice. Morality is a guide to behavior that puts values (such as justice) into a hierarchy, in which some values are higher, or greater, than other values are. Proper morality, or a moral system that does what moral systems ought to do, is about survival,…
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Essays

by Tanstaafl AFTER YEARS of indifference The Jew York Times now disingenuously asks, Who Protected Jeffrey Epstein?: At first glance, the Epstein saga looks like another example of how justice is not, in fact, blind — of how it tilts toward the powerful at the expense of the vulnerable. Mr. Epstein,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Alan Dershowitz by Dr. William L. Pierce LAST SUNDAY I listened to a Harvard Law School professor advocate a return to the use of torture to extract information and confessions from suspects. The professor was Alan Dershowitz. That’s the Jewish lawyer who helped get O.J. Simpson acquitted in…
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News

“. . . the cry of rage of an Italy that wants to fight back and not die under the black magic of Nigerian rituals.” WHITE RAMPAGE shooter Luca Traini has recently been transferred to a prison in Piacenza. The local branch of far-right patriotic party Forza Nuova has shown solidarity with him…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I RECEIVED A telephone call this week from a woman I know in California. She’s a member of my organization, the National Alliance, and she is using her computer and her web site to disseminate information about a problem I have spoken about with you on several occasions in…
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