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Pigs In a Blanket

December 21, 2014 // 5 Comments

It’s real late. I just got off the road in Charlotte, logged onto the internet, and heard the big news. Take a look at this. Note: More [...]

October Surprise

October 24, 2014 // 17 Comments

In New York City … Note: The Black Undertow is preparing for Negro-Geddon in #Ferguson over “the facts,” Ebola is searching for a beachhead in Texas and New [...]

Amanda’s Subway Experience

September 26, 2014 // 3 Comments

Amanda rode the subway and had the misfortune to encounter some of the modern day successors of Rosa Parks: “NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A woman was viciously attacked by [...]

Review: A History of Appalachia

July 30, 2014 // 6 Comments

Richard B. Drake, A History of Appalachia Richard B. Drake’s A History of Appalachia is an excellent introduction to the history and culture of the people of the region. [...]

The Knockout Game: Why Now?

November 26, 2013 // 36 Comments

Israel Blizovsky, a victim of “Knockout King” New York OD, SBPDL, CofCC, Thug Report, Amren, Stormfront and other pro-White websites have been drawing attention [...]

Paula Deen Interview

June 26, 2013 // 70 Comments

New York This is pathetic … a multimillionaire groveling before these worms. Note: I can’t believe anyone would want to be “respectable” in the eyes [...]

Two Americas: Texas vs. New York

January 15, 2013 // 16 Comments

Texas The battle lines over gun control are being drawn in Texas, Wyoming, and New York. These cultural wars were much simpler when there were two American states that [...]

The Meaning of Minority

December 14, 2012 // 25 Comments

New York Charles Blow on Matthew Heimbach: “In September, a white student named Matthew Heimbach at Towson University caused a bit of an uproar when The Baltimore Sun [...]

The Monster of Monticello

December 2, 2012 // 52 Comments

New York In the New York Times, a wonderful new essay by Paul Finkelman on Thomas Jefferson which gives us some real insight into how Jewish legal historians perceive the [...]

Two Americas, Very Divisible

November 25, 2012 // 18 Comments

New York In the New York Times, Charles Blow has a new column on the growth of regional and cultural polarization within the United States: “The gap is growing between [...]

Derb: Civil War Buff

July 26, 2012 // 8 Comments

New York Derb has become a War Between the States buff. Note: Why is America so fucked up? As every true Southron knows, it is because the Yankee won the War Between the [...]

Kunstler on The Drowning Pool

July 9, 2012 // 29 Comments

New York It looks the same way down here in Dixie: “Over here, in this sorry-ass edition of America, the election will look more and more like a World Wrestling [...]

Larry’s Folly

July 3, 2012 // 152 Comments

New York Larry Auster writes: “As you should know, I’m not going to post a comment supporting the Southern secessionists, whose grounds for secession were: the lawful [...]
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