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Thomas Jefferson

Essays

Much of value has been abandoned by today’s educators. And what will be the fate of this collection if America continues its downward spiral and it comes under the control of politicians little better than savage White-hating animated filth? TO THE STUDENT of the Classics the most interesting…
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Essays

by James Harting I HOLD THIS TRUTH to be self-evident: that the United States of America was at its inception founded as a country of, by and for White people, regardless of what it has become or degenerated into today. The elites ruling America today, and the Jews prime among them, have replaced the traditional…
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Essays

by Hadding Scott CONOR CRUISE O’BRIEN (1917-2008) was an Irish politician and author of histories who took a critical look at Thomas Jefferson and came to the conclusion that Jefferson was anything but a suitable icon for the cause of racial tolerance. From Conor Cruise O’Brien, The
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News

First it was Confederate statues. Now it is statues of Columbus and Jefferson. If we allow these White-hating savages, emboldened by the alien-owned media, to continue it will soon be knocks on the door at midnight and off to the gulag for any White accused of having “racist” books or publishing
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Jefferson, a lifelong opponent of mixing with Blacks, is commonly accused by anti-Whites of having fathered children by a mulatto slave — but it is extremely unlikely the allegation is true. Introductory Note: Neither the conservative nor the liberal side in this debate likes to acknowledge…
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Revilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) DEMOCRACY, in the correct, Jeffersonian sense of that word, still exerts a great influence over the thinking of our contemporaries, although no example of it in practice can be found in the world today. It is a theory that was first formulated in the democratic states of…
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David SimsEssays

And why the founders believed Americans have a right to armed action to create political change by David Sims THE US Constitution is “executed” by the executive branch of the government: the police at all levels should enforce the Constitution first and foremost, and the most frequent…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THERE ARE notions, popular with Americans, that I would dispute. One of them was put forth by Thomas Jefferson, an otherwise sensible fellow who became fond of the silly idea that the common man represented a reservoir of wisdom that would nudge the country back into its true course, if…
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Classic Essays

by Martin A. Larson IN A Washington Post article, “Thomas Jefferson, Tarnished Icon?” (Oct. 17, 1992), staff writer Joel Achenbach subtly and snidely sought to dethrone Thomas Jefferson (pictured) from the pinnacle on which he is so rightly enshrined. “Among professional historians,…
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