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8 Essential Tips For Girls Who Are Fat

RETURN OF KINGS – Jean-Batave Poqueliche Jean-Batave is a martial artist from the viking stronghold of Normandy, France. He travels the world looking for new fighting techniques and new beautiful women. Eastern Europe taught him everything he knows and is … Read more »

Senate GOP Launches Obamacare “Repeal” Bill

FROM FRONT PAGE MAG –  After a month of secret negotiations, Senate Republicans unveiled their own version of health care reform legislation yesterday that, like the House bill, tinkers around the edges of the Obamacare system but leaves the fundamentals … Read more »

Yes, It Is All About Islam

FROM FRONT PAGE MAG –  Douglas Murray, whose book The Strange Death of Europe I applauded here the other day, has called him “one of the great heroes of our time.” I fully agree. His name – or, at least, … Read more »

Trump Drops Bomb on Obama’s Cuba Policy

FROM FRONT PAGE MAG –   “Now that I am your President, America will expose the crimes of the Castro regime and stand with the Cuban people in their struggle for freedom….For nearly six decades, the Cuban people have suffered under … Read more »

Video of the Day A Poem for Our People

FROM COUNTER CURRENTS- 10:16 A reading and brilliant exposition of the relevance of Rudyard Kipling’s “If” to the White Nationalist struggle. [embedded content] Mañana, Mañana: White Nationalism Today On Deportation The Revolt of The Anglophiles:The New Political An… La … Read more »

The Boomer Question

OCCIDENTAL DISSENT – The SPLC is attempting to drag us into the debate about Baby Boomers: “Brad Griffin AKA Hunter Wallace of Occidental Dissent and the Neo-Confederate League of the South, made his own attempt at Spencer’s banal point three … Read more »

Architecture & Morality: The Fall of Grenfell Tower

FROM COUNTER CURRENTS- 1,659 words Facts are important but stories are more important. Facts are isolated data that can easily be forgotten but stories coalesce to form the infrastructure of our worldview. The stories that we learn inform our worldview … Read more »