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7-31-13: "IGNORANCE AS A VIRTUE (The Rise of the Know-Nothings)" (© KPKeelan)


We are

the Know-Nothings.

Hands pressed firmly over our ears,

we don’t want to listen

for fear

we won’t like what we hear.


Clinging to ignorance… 108 more words

Kevin Keelan

I Never Read Anything Without …

I never read anything without wanting to integrate it into my sociology classes and put in front of my students. I don’t teach at England’s prestigious Eaton, nor even our local York where students wear blazers with a school emblem shouting to all in visual distance their high rank in society. 677 more words

Social Criticism

The Fable of the Ducks and Hens

The Fable of the Ducks and Hens

Part II

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Money Talks: “No Nation for Whites”

Money Talks:
“No Nation for Whites”

Andrew Hamilton

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Billionaire conglomerator and former hedge fund manager Warren Buffett, owner and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, recently joined fellow billionaires Sheldon Adelson (Las Vegas Sands Corp.) and Microsoft founder William H. 2,996 more words


I thought Starter Pistols Fired Blanks!

Often when folks join Empire Avenue they have interesting expressions about how hard it is to get started.  Some have likened the beginning with EA to trying to drink from a fire hose.   530 more words

Spiraculum Mortis

A third of all pregnancies in Europe end in termination according to a research article published by Guttmacher Institute. That means almost 2 000 000 abortions each year. 1,063 more words


Richard Follette reblogged this on Rise of The West and commented:

The 14 Word Motto was, in the beginning, a WARNING against the suicide of the Western man and woman, when it came to infanticide and race-mixing. Liberal politics, since even before WWII, has encouraged this mortal, and diabolical agenda.

REPOST: Vladimir Putin exposes the NWO Part 1, 2, 3, 4. . . worth every single minute of your time. . . ~J

Posted on March 5, 2012
by Jean

I have just been able to watch this through, and it was worth it to see some of the faces of the people in the audience, most notably Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton (I think), and best of all Senator Joseph Lieberman. 443 more words