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by James Bovard TODAY IS the 23rd anniversary of the killing of Vicki Weaver. Following is an article I wrote on this back in 1995, followed by the response from FBI director Louis Freeh, which claimed that I “grossly mischaracterized” the details of Vicki Weaver’s killing. (ILLUSTRATION: Randy and…
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Classic EssaysReportsRevilo P. Oliver

A distinguished professor looks at an egregious case of corruption in the academy — corruption that contributed to the deaths of thousands of Americans and the betrayal of a sacred trust. by Revilo P. Oliver AT LONG LAST, we have a definitive solution of the Langer Mystery, which has puzzled observers…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Americans should never again be asked to die in wars fought against our own interests; a veteran’s group leader agrees. by Kevin Alfred Strom I THINK THAT MOST Americans have forgotten what Memorial Day is all about. It is now usually thought of as “Memorial Day Weekend,” and like…
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by Judy Morris LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON is a president who has escaped the scrutiny and judgment of history despite considerable documentation that should make him an outstanding candidate for historical review, critique, and analysis. His primary biographer, Robert Caro, consistently gets rave…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioClassic EssaysKevin Alfred StromRadioWilliam Pierce

An interview with Dr. William L. Pierce by Kevin Alfred Strom On the November 7th, 1992 edition of American Dissident Voices, Kevin Alfred Strom interviewed the founder of the National Alliance, William L. Pierce, about the severe decline of American society since the end of World War Two. Click the…
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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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Benjamin Netanyahu’s end-run around protocol to lobby Congress directly for Israel is nothing new, as this Instauration article reveals. LET US COMPARE the reactions of two U.S. presidents to similar cases of interference into American domestic politics by two foreign envoys. (ILLUSTRATION:…
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by Jack Pershing FOR MOST readers having a nodding acquaintance with American history, the term “abolitionist” conjures up a vision of a sentimental housewife like Harriet Beecher Stowe, a homicidal psychopath in the mold of John Brown, or some stone-faced Puritan negrophile. This picture is accurate…
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Editorials

EDITOR’S NOTE: The historical record of former Vice President Spiro Agnew’s utterances on the Jewish question supports the authenticity of the letter found by Kevin Alfred Strom (shown below in the Appendix) in the papers of Professor Revilo P. Oliver. SPIRO AGNEW was Vice President…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

A long out-of-print review by the great H.L. Mencken; a National Vanguard exclusive. by H.L. Mencken (pictured) EDITOR’S NOTE: This review, originally written in 1920, is highly relevant today. The type represented by Woodrow Wilson is all too common in academia, politics, journalism, and…
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