A Running Joke Named Paul Stanton

Publisher’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Chapter VIII of Set the World on Fire, which will be published 12 August 2017.   The day before the Miami...
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Lesbian Sex & Scorched Earth Campaigns

  Publisher’s Note: The following are two successive excerpts from Chapter XI of Set the World on Fire, which will be published 12 August 2017.   The writers at...
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Johnny Reb & the Jamaican

Publisher’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Chapter 12 of Set the World on Fire, which will be published 12 August 2017.   I have a long list...
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Rebels and Cottentots

Is tolerance created with every repetitive call for it? No, for it’s never tolerance alone; it’s “you must”, a phrase that awakens the latent rebel in every soul....
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Addressing a Critical Weakness in the Alt-Right

“When you’re literally fighting since you’re sixteen years old, and getting shot at, and getting stabbed, and getting jumped because you’re fighting for your heritage, and some punks...
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The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

The original song is called “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down”, but times have changed and Old Dixie is under attack again. Rebel flags? You can’t fly...
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The Bloodless

The bloodless are those who scorn the very blood that makes them who and what they are, for in the genetic and historic twists and turns of their...
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The Revival of Masculinity

In preparing transcripts to be included in Set the World on Fire, the book about my campaigns, I realized that I had never published the transcript of my speech...
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Foster, Folk, and Faeries

A statue of the folk-song writer and singer Stephen Foster was recently removed from a park in Pittsburgh because it was deemed “racist.” The statue was a depiction...
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