A. C. C. Reader
Spencer J. Quinn
Morris van de Camp
Stephen Paul Foster
David M. Zsutty
F. Roger Devlin
James J. O'Meara
Alain de Benoist
One of my friends, an American Indian, believes that the Indians of old never wasted meat and always...
Fuentes would hit the mat as hard as Joe Joyce did yesterday against Z. Zhang.
The Norwegian Nasjonal Samling, under Vidkun Quisling, employed a curved yellow cross on a red...
Damn! Savage, Goad. But the little snot deserves the verbal whipping. Those tiny thin effeminate...
Jim- I don’t think it ever reflects well on you to go after another person so viciously as you did...
A lot of hippies and new agers would embrace this too!
I have thought of making my own yard sign that counters the “In this home …”, signs....
I don't think the issue is whether or not cartoons can be art. It is a format that has been from the...
Thanks for this. I will get around to reviewing Morning Star one of these days. I'm also a big fan...
You, Sir, are far from "uneducated".
Clarification, in 2016 Schneider had already been dead a few years but the press was resurrecting...
True, animation could be a powerful medium, but to grow up steeped in cartoons to the detriment of...
Very astute observations!
Thank you for this review.
'[W]ars, especially between racial groups, are never over.'
There is some mention of Fanny Kelly in Evan S. Connell's Son of the Morning Star, and is a concise...
Yeah, and Vance’s conclusion was that the hillbillies around him were simply bad people. I wrote a...
This is a fun discussion and I enjoy the chronological reportage, but I’m skeptical all the blame...
When you read Hillbilly Elegy by JD Vance ( now an Attorney and US Senator), you get a definite...
At the gates of heaven
he did not know the names
beyond the bombing bay.
But many miles away
he could still see the flames
judging the dead in Dresden.
From Leo Yankevich, Tikkun Olam and Other Poems
Thanks & regards from Germany.
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