Stephen Paul Foster
Morris van de Camp
Rolf Peter Sieferle
James J. O'Meara
Spencer J. Quinn
D. H. Corax
Tomasovich the Tankie
Theodore J. O'Keefe
William de Vere
Sir Oswald Mosley
P. J. Collins
This has been a fantastic set of articles.
While I have nothing against the Noble Savages ─ my...
Yeah. For a people without a written language prior to contact with Columbus, I too found the...
We are winning. There is no doubt. The worlds richest man is retweeting Keith Woods on twitter....
Until they've finished the job?
Maida Vale, eh? I guess that's from the script. Like Notting Hill, it may have been fine 100 years...
Celine was not only one of the great French writers, he was a visionary one.
At a time when the...
"They'll never be happy here" as you say is exactly their modus operandi. The press and academia...
Je suis Celine!
My late friend Keith Stimely was an avid film buff, and I recall he wrote glowingly of Münchausen...
Kästner is perhaps best known for Emil und die Detektive, about a boy who rides a train to the big...
Deb Haaland made history when she became the first Native American to serve as a cabinet secretary....
The existence of White people is 'white supremacist terrorism'.
Caulfield is an Irish name, says Holden, and he makes a point of saying that his father had been...
For our survival & that of our posterity we have to put our ethnicity first, our race first. If...
According to the potted biographies of many decades ago, Salinger was Jewish on his father's side...
What happened to the 'Fake Right' article?
While that would definitely provide a certain satisfaction, I'm afraid that'd be a rather empty...
For him, a dead martyr Primo de Rivera was obviously better than the living politician.
James J. O'Meara
Also, wouldn't it be better to cast all Jewish roles with non-Jews; in other words, get rid of the...
The Intertubes says:
"Gwyneth Paltrow was born on September 27, 1972, in Los Angeles, to actress...
Trevor Herbert, ed.
The British Brass Band: A Musical and Social History
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000
The brass band was central to British musical life for over a century. (more…)
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