Daily Archives: May 9, 2017

Vox Day: ‘Jews and Muslims are whining about not being able to torture animals in Europe anymore’

I never considered this take on things. I always thought of kosher slaughter as more humane than gentile slaughter. I do like the idea of the goyim growing a pair and forbidding cruel and disgusting practices though of course what … Continue reading

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Argentina: A Mirror of Your Future

By Gustavo Semeria, American Renaissance, April 14, 2017: Argentina is a distant mirror that reflects what may be North America’s future. My country is a small-scale laboratory of the effects of migration: A suitable migration policy can transform a nation … Continue reading

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‘Why I’m Leaving the Los Angeles School District’

Mary Morrison writes: It was 7:30 am and I was busy preparing for a long day of mandated state testing followed by a long teachers’ meeting to be held after the final bell, when the assistant principal appeared in my … Continue reading

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Mark Oppenheimer: ‘My lesson in free speech: As a Jew, meeting with Holocaust deniers actually left me feeling empowered’

Mark writes an Op/Ed in the LA Times: In 2009, I interviewed Mark Weber and Bradley Smith, two amateur historians notorious for being among the leading Holocaust “revisionists.” Smith is an old-school denier, dubious about the existence of gas chambers, … Continue reading

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