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Jerry Rubin’s Do It!

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Jerry Rubin
Do It! Scenarios of the Revolution
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970

Much to my surprise, Jerry Rubin has exceeded my expectations. To some, he was the voice of a generation. To others, he’s a symbol of everything that went wrong with some of the Boomers, and in particular the faults of the hippy-dippy counterculture. Read more …

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You Are Not Going to Die of the Wuhanic Plague

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There is some good news even in today’s interesting times. One item is that you’re probably not going to perish from the Wuhanic Plague. Some of us already have figured it out. For the rest, the following may be of comfort. Read more …

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Milk

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The 2008 film Milk is a docudrama about America’s first openly gay politician. He served in the city government of San Francisco. (Where else, right?) Harvey Milk’s reputation has grown over the years. The circumstances of his demise turned him into a martyr figure. This overshadows some of his less clever moves, such as his support of Jim Jones. He wasn’t the only liberal politician who looked very silly after the People’s Temple did their final act as a death cult, but still — really, dude? Read more …

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Building Coalitions

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The demographics problem is a growing threat, perhaps the greatest one facing Western civilization. Minorities have been bloc voting for ages, of course. The problem is that when whites finally muster the political will to stand together and take our own side, we might be less than half the population by then. In an electoral system, Read more …

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Empire of Dust

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The 2011 documentary Empire of Dust provides a one-of-a-kind portrayal of the difficulties facing a construction crew attempting to redo a badly dilapidated Congolese highway. Early on we meet Eddy, playing a key role as a translator. Clearly, he is exceptional: he knows Swahili, Chinese, French, and English, and this takes some doing. The other major figure is Lao Yang, the project manager for the CREC-7 construction company. Surely he’s one of the most flustered Oriental expatriates in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire). Read more …

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On Reparations

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What are we to make of reparations for slavery to American blacks? It’s become a frequently repeated demand lately, and might be even more so later on. The strange thing is that that the further away in time we get from slavery, which ended well before living memory, the pricklier the topic becomes. Likewise, demands for reparations Read more …

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Lovecraft’s Fishy Business

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August 20 marks the birthday of H. P. Lovecraft. Although he was obscure during his lifetime, he emerged to become one of the most influential figures in the horror genre — the most notable between Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King. Read more …

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Are Things as Bad as They Seem?

Franz Geffels, The Relief of Vienna, 1683-1694.

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How bad are things now? “Pretty bad” is a decent answer, though a brief one. We’re faced with daunting challenges, quite obviously, though it’s a mischaracterization to say that all is lost. This has some very practical considerations. Read more …

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Take Your Choice, Part II:
Stop the Hate!

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Part 1

Senator Bilbo excerpts from a compilation of fourteen essays by black notables in one of the recent egalitarian books, What the Negro Wants, edited by Rayford W. Logan (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1944). He identifies one of the authors, W. E. B. DuBois, Read more …

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Take Your Choice, Part I:
Strange Times Ahead

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Theodore G. Bilbo
Take Your Choice: Separation or Mongrelization
Poplarville, Mississippi: Dream House (1947)

The final political testament by Senator Bilbo of Mississippi, Take Your Choice, is a useful opportunity to see how well old documents stand in the light of the present day. Read more …

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Rhodesia Fights Back!

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If you’re watching a helicopter combat scene with the opening song in Act 3 of Die Walküre as the soundtrack, then the film is Apocalypse Now. If you’re watching a helicopter combat scene with music by Clem Tholet, John Edmond, or maybe even a disco track, it’s probably a documentary of the Rhodesian Bush War.

The results are familiar to us as what happens when whites are disunited and opposed by our own government. However, Read more …

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Hamilton Gregory’s McNamara’s Folly

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Hamilton Gregory
McNamara’s Folly: The Use of Low-IQ Troops in the Vietnam War plus The Induction of Unfit Men, Criminals, and Misfits
West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania: Infinity Publishing, 2015

Hamilton Gregory unveiled a seldom-explored facet of modern military history with McNamara’s Folly. Similar subject matter is touched on with the inspiring film Forrest Gump Read more …

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The Feds Just Don’t Get It

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In the wake of the recent round of BLM / Antifa riots, some of the government agencies which should be handling this can’t figure out who is really Public Enemy Number One. This would be comic relief from all the vibrancy, except that they mean it. A memo by the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the National Counterterrorism Center Read more …

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Our Boy Bezmenov:
Soviet Subversion Strategies in America

Yuri Bezmenov during his interview with Edward Griffin.

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A long campaign of demoralization leads to destabilization. Then some crisis conveniently emerges, which, upon close examination, appears aimed at bringing about a Leftist overthrow. Does that seem familiar? Since the public has been through two largely manufactured crises in the first half of 2020, maybe it even sounds like it’s been ripped from the headlines! Actually, all this is much older than one might expect. Read more …

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How to Make a Libertarian Cry

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Those in the socially liberal, fiscally conservative (SLFC) spectrum of ideologies often have a naïve faith in unrestrained capitalism. This is especially so for the ones with the most panache (such as it is), like libertarians and Objectivists. These two, unlike the bland neoconservatives and certain kinds of liberals, are also quite skeptical about government. Read more …

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James Kalb’s Against Inclusiveness

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James Kalb
Against Inclusiveness: How the Diversity Regime is Flattening America and the West and What to Do About It
Tacoma: Angelico Press, 2013

Behold! We the Netizens in the days of yore, after Al Gore hath wrought the Internet, ventured forth with the might of our 56K modems. Yon Information Superhighway was then yet a realm of unbounded freedom, long ere Woke Capital unleashed its tyranny. It was in these bold times that I came upon the writings of the sage Jim Kalb. Read more …

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Philosophical Psychopathy:
Norman Mailer’s “The White Negro”

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Norman Mailer became a much-celebrated author of several novels, some quite dreadful, as well as a founder of The Village Voice. He wrote numerous essays, of which “The White Negro: Superficial Reflections on the Hipster” became the most famous. It essentially served as an iconic manifesto for the nascent Counterculture. The following is a distillation and analysis of its ponderous sentences and floating abstractions. Read more …

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Cinco de Mayo Special:
Mexico’s Handy Advice to Migrants

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Despite some publicity from mainstream sources, including a surprisingly balanced New York Times article, many Americans don’t know that the government of Mexico printed at least 1.5 million pamphlets with instructions on how to enter the USA illegally. American Renaissance provided a translation of it, including full-color pictures of the original version. Read more …

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Philip Roth’s Portnoy’s Complaint

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Philip Roth
Portnoy’s Complaint
New York: Random House, 1969

Six years ago, I decided that I should finally get around to reading a classic great American novel, Portnoy’s Complaint, by Philip Roth. So I delved into the book without knowing anything about it. I had no preconceptions other than that it was rated an excellent literary work. Was I ever in for a surprise! Read more …

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116 Years of Aleister Crowley’s The Book of the Law

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To say that Aleister Crowley was a very colorful individual would be an understatement. He was known for his many talents arising from his great intellect, as well as some disagreeable personality quirks. In his time, some called him the “world’s most wicked man,” which certainly was an overstatement. He was a favorite target for hordes of third-rate journalists. We understand!

He called himself “The Great Beast 666” and took it seriously. Read more …

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Americanah

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If you’ve never heard of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, then you’re missing out on one of the leading lights of contemporary literature. If you don’t appreciate her, then you’re a bigger Philistine than the Biblical Goliath. If you’ve ever wondered what Dostoyevsky would be like if he was reincarnated as a Nigerian lady in modern times, or imagined Shakespeare with boobs and an Afro, then this is the one. Read more …

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Elle King’s Love Stuff & Shake the Spirit

2,243 words American singer-songwriter Elle King.

Tanner Elle Schneider, better known by her stage name Elle King, is an up-and-coming musician in the genre of American roots music. Her specific style has several influences, the confluence of which arrives at a triple point between rock, country, and blues. The overall effect often is a bit hypnotic. Her singing voice is even more unique, compelling, and slightly reminiscent of Janis Joplin. Read more …

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Treason Uncloaked:
Jordan & Stokes’ From Major Jordan’s Diaries

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George Racey Jordan & Richard L. Stokes
From Major Jordan’s Diaries
New York: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1952

Increasing numbers of the public realize the government doesn’t always work the way their civics classes taught. A government is only as good as the politicians and bureaucrats running it. There’s been much discussion about topics such as the Deep State, the globalist oligarchy, Read more …

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G. M. Flanders’ The Ebony Idol

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G. M. Flanders
The Ebony Idol
New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1860

Uncle Tom’s Cabin was the founding example of white guilt agitprop. Several books were written in response, including a work by Mrs. G. M. Flanders, The Ebony Idol. This obscure genre of counter-propaganda often is called plantation literature, though in this case, the main setting is an idyllic northern town, and effectively, it is more a critique of integration than of abolitionism. Read more …

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