- A Connecticut Reader Says That Sam Francis’s Influence Lives On: Bundy Ranch Defenders Have Learned All About Anarcho-Tyranny!
From Paul Streitz [Email him] The value of a writer’s work can be measure on the influence he has on future generations. Although Samuel Francis died in 2005, his work lives on and influences others. On the Greta Van Susteren show on Fox ...
Letters - VDARE.com Reader - 04/18/14, 5:30 am
- What I Saw At The Naturalization Ceremony—More Immigration Means Welfarism, Crime, And The End Of America
Five years ago, my son and I accompanied The Boss to her naturalization ceremony (she’s an Indian immigrant from Trinidad) at the Federal Courthouse in downtown Brooklyn.At first, the families were permitted to be present. But soon we were sent to ...
Article - Nicholas Stix - 10/05/13, 4:34 am
- Whatever The Jury Decides, George Zimmerman Needs A New Country. So Do We.
Six women jurors, five white and one Hispanic, now hold in their hands the fate of George Zimmerman and, to a considerable degree, that of equal justice in America. “I think the state’s case is kaput,” forensics expert Larry Kobilinsky said ...
Article - Nicholas Stix - 07/13/13, 8:50 am
- Jared Taylor Announces The 2013 AMERICAN RENAISSANCE Conference
I can already see the headline in the Tennessean: “White Supremacists Meet in Nashville.” It might be “Racists Meet in Nashville,” but “racism” is so passé, such a cliché, so 20th century. Nowadays, when liberals want to work up a ...
Article - Jared Taylor - 01/11/13, 7:59 am
- The Fulford File | Tinley Park Attack: Anarcho-Tyranny In America
On Saturday, a gang of self-proclaimed “anti-racist” thugs burst into a Tinley Park, Illinois restaurant, where they alleged some “white supremacists” were having a dinner, and attacked them with hammers, iron bars and batons. Several people ...
Article - James Fulford - 05/22/12, 7:53 am
- Another Case Of Anarcho-Tyranny? Federal Government Now Taking The Side Of Grizzly Bears, While Refusing To Prosecute Black Panthers
In Boundary County, Idaho on May 8, 2011, Jeremy M. Hill spotted a mother grizzly bear and two cubs that had just wandered into his back yard—where his children were playing basketball. Sizing up the situation, Mr. Hill decided that the ...
Blog - Henry McCulloch - 09/01/11, 10:29 pm