Nicholas R. Jeelvy
Spencer J. Quinn
Morris van de Camp
The Visegrád Post
Black Invention Myths
Stephen Paul Foster
Alain de Benoist
James Edwards & Sam Dickson
Theodore J. O'Keefe
William de Vere
Sir Oswald Mosley
What's that old joke? Abe Lincoln after tying one on the night before:
"I freed the what?!"
Definitely one of history's greatest botch jobs.
If I ever see you do it, I didn't see a thing.
Fire Walk With Lee
I saw that as well. I’m terrified of the hard lessons my two little girls will most likely have to...
"Let's bring a bunch of ignorant savages from Africa over here to pick our cotton. What could go...
Collett didn't do his homework on that one. I was going to include that story this week, but the...
Now you don’t think so anymore?
Hairy Iranian Guy
His ideas aside, Dostoevsky was a bad stylist and wrote in a plodding and turgid fashion.
Given the choice between the “dissident homeschool” and what passes for education in the public...
Interesting. I always thought that C and P was one of my favorite novels. What do you think of “...
James J. O'Meara
"In the perfectly wonderful and completely autistic world of my dreams, proper education would...
Fred C. Dobbs
It’s worth noting that Upper Sandusky is the city where a Somali immigrant decapitated a newlyweded...
One problem which underscores Nick’s misinterpretation is that Raskolnikov’s name doesn’t simply...
I never cease to be amazed how this formerly wonderful country can be home to so much human vermin....
When a white man commits a murder citing "the great replacement", those who spread that idea are...
Lidia Thorpe should thank God every day that Aboriginal genetics are so recessive. (The "...
"Apparently the chicken-eatin’ stereotype emerged due to the fact that the squawking domesticated...
Mr. Goad discusses facts and objectivity in this and prior columns. These ideas are behind the times...
I know where that vehicular murderer halfwit's ludicrous light/dark skin-reflecting musings come...
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A Swedish documentary, with English subtitles, about the life and ideas of Ernst Jünger, including extensive interviews with him that were made only a year prior to his death at age 102.
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