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Nature’s Laws

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Hanna Lindholm visits Södertörn University in order to get the students’ views on “gender identity” FIRST THEY all agree with her, because feelings. Seriously, one of them even actually said “feelings.” If only I’d tried that with all of my past teachers who dared correct a wrong…
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Classic Essays

Populate the world by Ben Klassen NATURE’S PATTERN for most living things can be briefly summarized as follows: birth, growth, reproduction and death. This is the pattern Nature has ordained for all its living creatures, whether it be the lowliest insect that lives but a day, or the highest…
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Essays

I HAD THE opportunity to re-watch the The Lion King recently, and I was astounded at how secretly rightist and traditionalist the film is. (Granted, the mainstream media did complain about this when the film was first released.) For starters, Disney’s most popular film about Africa doesn’t feature…
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Essays

Guess who is going to win. SO, from where, and why, does new law and new interpretations of the law originate? (ILLUSTRATION: Imported predators are becoming more common in the Everglades, and their spread is one of thousands of symptoms of our alienation.) There is an in-depth consideration of the…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom LET ME READ to you from an ancient Egyptian document. Perhaps the observations of Ipuwer, a government official during the decline of Egypt’s Old Kingdom, will prove instructive to us late 20th-Century Americans: “Forsooth, the land is full of foes. A man goeth…
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Essays

by Peter Goodchild IN ORDER to be fully human, I occasionally need to put my hands on the green things that grow on the surface of this planet, because those leaves and I are one. My personal loss is proportional to my ability to destroy that unity. “All flesh is grass.” This is the essential…
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EditorialsWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THERE IS a general feeling among thoughtful people that everyone ought to be judged as an individual, that it is not quite intellectually or morally respectable to condemn a whole race or a whole nation or all the members of a religious or ethnic group. Common sense tells us that…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE PERCEPTION OF gain or loss is related to survival. It’s an assessment of changes in the environment as being either good or bad. Good changes, or gains, mean we are better positioned to handle challenges to our survival. Bad changes, or losses, handicap us in dealing with the hardship…
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