Behind Bronze Eyes

…a Union that can only be maintained by swords and bayonets, and in which strife and civil war are to take the place of brotherly love and kindness,…



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Don’t Wail At My Wall

The suicide of the West continues. One thing common to so many of the suicide notes, i.e. the pathologically altruistic behavior of Europe’s citizens and leaders, is this:…



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Tar and Taxes

Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of a day; but a series of oppressions, begun at a distinguished period, and pursued unalterably through…



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Crosswalk Sleepwalk

It happens at least once every week. I approach an urban crosswalk in the early morning. There are no cars in sight. There is one person, maybe two,…



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Free Trade Is Not Free

Until World War II, a mere two percent of the United States’ economy was dependent on foreign trade. Now? Now it is hard to find even an American…



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Pericles’ Funeral Oration

The following speech was given by the famed Athenian Pericles after the first battle of the Peloponnesian War as recorded by Thucydides (c.460/455-c.399 BCE) in his Peloponnesian War,…



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Never the Norse

The masses are rootless, severed from their ancestral sources and told we are all one ~ and this from the same venom-dripping tongues that preach the values of…



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The Declaration of Independence

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another, and to assume among…



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The Trap

Imagine this: You’ve lost a war. You’ve lost your fortune and maybe even your home, but you still have land and on that land is a fine crop…



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Assimilation?

I saw them every morning. Two women, a mother and daughter, their heads veiled, long pants or long skirts, long sleeves, gloves, even in the heat of a…



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