Morris van de Camp
David M. Zsutty
Spencer J. Quinn
James J. O'Meara
C. F. Robinson
Sir Oswald Mosley
F. Roger Devlin
Jonas De Geer and Greg Johnson
White Lion Movement
That's a good idea, though I'm afraid it's too sensible for the French government. They despise the...
This is an excellent piece. I hope the folks in the right positions in France and who are Frenchmen...
Beautifully written. The ending is a perfect summation of the core issue at hand. In the spirit of...
Great piece of writing contrasting the very real threat that has engulfed towns, cities and could...
Obregon’s mother may lack certain social graces, but it must be said that her venom - directed at...
Wow, what a neat assignment! And that's an interesting observation about the Alpine villagers and...
That sounds like something that Howard Zinn would come up with, a lying activist pretending to be a...
Whew... As Anakin Skywalker once said: "Noooooooooooooooooooooo!"
I think that most White people find it easier to get along with others of another political...
Greg: Kwanzaa is supposed to be a Negro alternative to Christmas. It is a seven-day feast,...
First time I heard Jim singing "White Room" above, it's damn good!
I was hoping he would have succeeded in his appeal to SCOTUS. I'm wondering if it was declined due...
I’ll wager Bovarian Motor Works has a large percentage of it by now!
That was a superb article. Thanks for sharing the link to the documentary, I shall watch that with...
Interesting article, with interesting reader responses. Here in England, the mercantile Christmas tv...
The 'divine mother and child' is a pre-Christian tableu.Innana, the ‘mother’ figure in the Egyptian...
I read somewhere that George Wallace referred to Humphrey as a "pointy head" in the 1968...
Тurscak is either an Ukrainian, or a Pole.
Great article. Of course it was all to get whites back for electing Trump. As were the Covid...
Captain Semmes and Lieutenant Kell aboard the Alabama, ca. 1863.
Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)
Grand Tour of a Cause-Célèbre
Perhaps just as galling to Unionists as Alabama‘s destructive impunity was her sheen of romance that so enthralled the public imagination. (more…)
The Fate of the Rebel Flag, William Bauly, ca. 1861
Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 here)
Prologue: The “Alabama Claims”
Sir Alexander E. Cockburn, official of Her Majesty’s Empire, couldn’t wait for the Conference to end. (more…)
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