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I wrote the first draft of my recent article for LewRockwell.com a day after Biden’s statement and Putin’s response, then revised it with later information. Overall, it was a depressing subject on the topic of war with Russia—certainly upsetting, because it seems the answer to Professor’s Cohen’s Book titled War with Russia?: From Putin &... Read More
Mocking the Newly Installed Murderous Regime Let me start with an irreverent tribute to our compassionate political leaders—and I use the term “compassionate” with the greatest irony—by featuring the Freudian slip of humanoid gargoyle Senator Chuck Schumer, speaking about the second impeachment of Donald Trump:
An Interview with Professor Stephen F. Cohen
I recently had the unexpected pleasure of seeing an interview conducted by Aaron Maté with Stephen F. Cohen, which for various reasons was not aired. As readers may know, Professor Cohen died this year, and this interview was conducted approximately a year before his death. In it, he discusses passionately the “democratization” of Russia, and... Read More
One can have two approaches to viewing the world; if one is a materialist, he believes that the world, our world, was a consequence of natural processes, and that it is governed by the success of those, both animals and men, who are “dominant” and that any considerations of a higher nature, of spirituality, of... Read More
On February 6th of this year, Brad Griffin wrote an article for Occidental Dissent republished on Unz.com titled, “Trump’s Chumps,” in which he makes the convincing argument that Trump for those that had hope he would somehow change the game in American politics, and make things better were chumps but he doesn’t discuss Trump’s foreign... Read More
A Tribute to Professor Stephen F. Cohen
I was deeply saddened—and still in shock and grief—to learn of the death of Professor Stephen F. Cohen, not only because his was a voice of sanity and reason, a voice for peace in an increasingly fractured world, but also because personally I was always excited and delighted to read his books and see his... Read More
Recently, Unz.com published “How Fake Is Church History?” the second in a series of articles which among other topics asks us to consider that Julius Caesar and Alexander the Great never existed and that historians such as Plutarch are false. Readers are of course encouraged to make their own reasoned and informed judgments, as indeed... Read More
In the America—and the West—we are experiencing an iconoclastic movement, when Marxists proudly proclaim their hope to destroy not only sites of cultural heritage but also churches. As Guy Birchall wrote on an op-ed on RT.com: A leading activist’s remarks that all “statues, murals, and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother”... Read More
A Crisis of Faith While Netflix certainly produces programs of questionable artistic merit (although I do look forward to seeing The Two Popes), one series that from the standpoint of using historical events as an inspiration to create compelling theater—and frequently brilliant theater—is playwright Peter Morgan’s The Crown. While co-produced by Sony’s Columbia studios, the... Read More
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I started to write these words on “Veteran’s Day” 2019, and find myself in agreement with a post on the American Conservative by Major Danny Sjurson entitled “Why We Must Reclaim ‘Armistice Day’” in which he wrote in this excerpt: Europeans dubbed it the Great War. Americans today remember it as World War One, and... Read More
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I recall a saying of the twentieth century that neither religion nor politics are to be discussed in polite company. Cat
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Have you ever had the pleasure of dealing with an agent of the Federal government? For example, have you been audited by the IRS? Did you notice what the “Agent” does to gain access to his (or her) computer—by inserting a “Smart ID” into a slot? Did you ask how your personal information is protected... Read More
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Analyzing the History of a Controversial Movement
The JFK Assassination and the 9/11 Attacks?
Our Reigning Political Puppets, Dancing to Invisible Strings