Shattering the Icon of Lincoln

Shattering the Icon of Lincoln

By Sam Dickson. The author’s views on the subject of Abraham Lincoln were those of the overwhelming majority of Southerners both immediately before, during and for decades after the War for Southern Independence. Many in the North and the West also shared his views. Only the passage of time and the studious cultivation of the…

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The Surprising Purpose of the First Crusade

The Surprising Purpose of the First Crusade

By Troy Southgate. While the First Crusade is overwhelmingly portrayed as a decidedly Catholic (i.e., Western) affair, the aims and objectives of its chief participants from the West must never obscure those of the great Byzantine Empire to the East. This essay examines four main areas in which a diverse set of motives can be shown to have been at work during the tumultuous events, which left their mark on the world during the final years of the 11th century and affected the way we live today.

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Why Thomas Jefferson Opposed the Creation of a Central Bank

Why Thomas Jefferson Opposed the Creation of a Central Bank

By Thomas Jefferson. A Founding Father’s Opinion Concerning the Constitutionality of a Federal Bank, 1791. Though it is common to discuss Andrew Jackson’s opinion about a national bank, it is far less common to hear Thomas Jefferson’s version of things. Here, Jefferson lays out, systematically, his views on finance and the nature of a bank. The existence of the Federal Reserve in contemporary times simply shows how far the present regime is from the mind of the Founding Fathers.

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The Destiny of America

The Destiny of America

By Francis Parker Yockey. Francis Parker Yockey is well known for his tomeImperium, written under his pseudonym Ulick Varange. Much has been said about this massive work, subtitled The Philosophy of History and Politics Imperium. With the rise of Zionist power across the globe, and with America entrenched in a no-win bloody war in Iraq (fought only to protect and aid Israel in her conquest of the region), its pertinence will be as obvious to TBR readers as its frankness may be shocking to the politically correct.

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