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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer DURING HIS tenure as US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions was speaking to an assembly of sheriffs and said that the office of the sheriff is a critical part of our Anglo-American heritage. No sooner were these commendable words spoken than all Hell broke loose. I’m pretty sure…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton THE WHITNEYS are an old American family with roots in colonial New England. By accident I discovered some who were part of the nearly invisible dispersion of blue-bloods in the motion picture colony in Hollywood: first cousins John Hay Whitney and Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THOMAS WOLFE was the last great master of English prose, and the greatest as well as the last writer to describe contemporary American life and portray its disorganized and fractured culture, undistorted by the astigmatism and illusions that are charitably called ‘ideology.’…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Total Surveillance State, or a White state: Those are the real alternatives. by Kevin Alfred Strom IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE of Time magazine, an excerpt from Jewish writer Ron Suskind‘s book on terrorism, The One Percent Doctrine, was printed — an excerpt that, most notably, deals…
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Classic EssaysVideoWilliam Pierce

This famous and deeply moving broadcast has also been published under the title “Why We Fight” by Dr. William L. Pierce NEARLY EVERY time I’ve spoken with you it has been about the problems our people are facing: a corrupt, treasonous, and degenerate government which seems hell-bent…
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by Alexander Noble I WAS messaging back and forth with a much younger fellow National Alliance member recently. We were having a lively discussion when I happened to mention that it was hard to adjust to the staggering changes since I lived in a 98% White town as child and a teenager. His response was perfectly…
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