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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IQ IS, pretty much, a fixed and unchanging quantity. Many people confuse intelligence with acquired mental skills, but the two aren’t the same thing. When someone first starts to play the game Minesweeper on the “intermediate” difficulty level, his time to finish is usually around…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

A review of the film The Crying Game
by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY I WANT to talk with you about morality — about standards — about values. (ILLUSTRATION: DVD case art for The Crying Game) Most of us have heard it said that the reason America is in such a mess today is that our people have lost…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) TODAY I WILL step back from the minutiae of social and political issues, and attempt to answer what are really the ultimate questions. Why should we or anyone else make sacrifices for our nation or our race? Why is it important for our race to survive? What is our basis for…
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Classic Essays

by Mark Deavin THE FACT that the name of Henry Williamson (pictured) is today so little known across the White world is a sad reflection of the extent to which Western man has allowed himself to be deprived of his culture and identity over the last 50 years. Until the Second World War Williamson was generally…
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Essays

The objective ethics of Raymond Cattell and Jacques Monod If POOR OLD Pontius Pilate could reassemble his ashes, revisit the earth and once again ask the unanswerable, his historic quiz would fall on deafer ears than before. It is not the fact of the matter that counts these days, (has it ever counted?),…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE BEHAVIOR of people in a situation of extreme scarcity, and the moral response to it, is the raw area where philosophy most closely joins with natural science. The story of the shipwreck of the William Brown, of Philadelphia, USA, and sailing from Liverpool, England, in March 1841,…
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David SimsEssays

A debate with a libertarian, Ockjay, on the merits of the system that is failing us, and would fail us even more if it were unrestrained by David Sims My Opening Statement CAPITALISM has proved to be another system for economic organization that fails in the long run. Both capitalism and socialism work…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WHEN I was a little boy I was taught that it is bad to lie. I was taught that it is always better to tell the truth, even if that sometimes puts one at a disadvantage. For example, if my mother asked me, “Bill, did you eat all of the cookies in the cookie jar?” and I had done…
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Classic Essays

A tribute to Arnold Gehlen (1904-1976) SOME SAY MORALITY comes from God. Others say if it doesn’t, it should. As proof they bring up the topic of murder. Who is guiltier? The murderer who kills the image of God or the murderer who kills the aleatory end product of billions of years of natural selection.…
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Reports

But we should have “zero tolerance” for Palestinian rock-throwers by Rabbi Manis Friedman
Bais Chana Institute of Jewish Studies
St. Paul, Minnesota I DON’T believe in Western morality (i.e. don’t kill civilians or children, don’t destroy holy sites, don’t fight during holiday …
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