Non Serviam

A Call for Rebels Those who bear the blame for society’s ills often form the backbone of that very society. Where would the lawyer be without the criminal?...
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Standardized Students

School: An Assembly Line for the Masses Modern education, from pre-school through grad school, is designed to destroy the imagination, to cull free thinkers, and to mass produce...
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Report on the Annual Convention of the Libertarian Party of Florida

This weekend I attended the Annual Convention of the Libertarian Party of Florida. I have been a delegate three consecutive years now, and I have sponsored the event...
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Old Hickory and Old Money

A Case of City Mouse and Country Mouse Villains. Our history has more of them than our comic books. Why? Question the narrative and you begin to unravel...
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White South Africans Are Preparing For “Removal of All Whites Within Five Years”

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Back in March, the President of South Africa made a shocking suggestion, which left many white landowners fearing that they may face a race war in the near...
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French Police Defy Their Unions to Vote For Le Pen

Despite being told by their unions not to vote for anti-mass migration presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, many French police are voting for Le Pen, who they feel will...
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Girl Begs Her 4 Muslim Rapists To Stop Beating Her, Their Reply Is Chilling

Thanks to the left’s dedication to the conveniently coined “multiculturalism,” instead of welcoming the enriching and uplifting aspects of the most humane cultures, the West has been inundated with the most barbaric and oppressive societies. Europe is quickly discovering that all religions are not created equal as their most favored ideology threatens to eradicate our values, laws, and freedoms.
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A Den of Vipers

Andrew Jackson ~ Speech to Congress on July 10, 1832 A BANK of the United States is in many respects convenient for the Government and useful to the...
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Marine Le Pen, Emmanuel Macron spar in France presidential debate

The tone was ill-tempered from the get-go, with no common ground or love lost between the two candidates and their polar opposite plans and visions for France.
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New San Francisco policy could let city agencies launch drones

Five San Francisco agencies, including the fire, port and parks departments, could start flying drones under a set of rules that a city committee is expected to approve...
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