Whether with Pen or Sword

Whether with Pen or Sword   Freedom of the Press. Freedom of Speech. We call these things freedom, but are we truly free? It was once said that...
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For Today, I Shall Wear Black

It happens every year, and this year St Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday, so you can bet it’ll be even worse. This is the day people dress...
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Fake News: A Moral Facade to Manipulate Discourse

Fake news. It has been the hot topic as of late. Aside from blaming Russia and demanding a recount, many Democrats have now begun to blame the supposed...
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The Nazi Witch Hunt: When Leftist Hysteria Destroys Civil Discourse

“Let’s throw her in the lake-if she floats, she’s a witch. If she sinks, she’s not a witch!” Yes, well, she is dead either way, no? Damned if...
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Odin v. Christ for the Salvation of Europe, Part II

The mythic archetype associated with a nation can make or break its destiny. By the 8th century the Europeans were effectively converted to Christianity, but old habits die...
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The Conservative Atheist

At first glance, in the most vulgar, the title may appear as paradoxical. It is not in the least, and in fact is coherent when nuances are properly...
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Odin v. Christ for the Salvation of Europe, Part I

The mythic archetype associated with a nation can make or break its destiny. There was a time, not so long ago, when Northern Europeans – otherwise known as...
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Ubiquitous Fascism

Or How to Make a Word Meaningless   Oh, fascism! Perhaps the most incorrectly and overused word of recent months. He’s a fascist! You’re a fascist! This is...
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