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Station manager blatantly lied, stating it was “against FCC rules” to use the word on the air. IN THE MINDS of administrators at the University of Minnesota-Morris, saying “tranny” is an arrestable offense. A manager at the college called the police on two students and had…
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Essays

A bold man speaks frankly to a deceptive, cringing, wilting pansy. by Hadding Scott SOME PEOPLE are direct and say what they mean. Others find ways to be odious while remaining formally gentle and polite. Listen to this ten-minute clip of George Lincoln Rockwell’s 9 May 1965 appearance on Michael…
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ROBERT SIEGEL interviews Walter Shapiro — both are Jews — on National Public Radio: Walter Shapiro, who has written and reported for USA Today, TimeNewsweek, Esquire, Salon, The Washington Post — he now writes for Roll Call — speaks to NPR about his great-uncle Freeman…
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Classic Essays

WE HAVE in these pages discussed the tragic life stories of two great White inventors, N. B. Stubblefield and Lee De Forest. The former came to grief at the hands of Wall Street stock swindlers. The latter was bilked out of a fortune by David Sarnoff’s Radio Corporation of America. Equally disheartening…
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Classic Essays

LEE DE FOREST (pictured) was born in Council Bluffs, Iowa. His father was a minister, his mother the leader of the church choir. He disappointed his parents by becoming an agnostic and a scientist instead of a man of God. But few others were disappointed. De Forest was one of history’s greatest…
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