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Dateline: January 6, 1948 Botendaddy Cornered at the 32nd Annual Farm Show

January 6, 1948 322 East Caracas Boulevard, Harrisburg, PA: Nerve Center of the Pa Department of Agriculture 

F. Pearson Luzerne, Secretary, PA Department of Agriculture rises to address the special PADA Anti-Communist Subversion Task Force PAACSSF (aka Pack-Stiff). 552 more words

Critic's Corner

The Origins of Trotsky's Ill-Discipline

Trotskyite followers tend to perpetuate the ‘myth’ that somehow Leon Trotsky was Lenin’s successor in-waiting, and that the nasty Joseph Stalin ‘stole’ that role. However, even a cursory examination of Bolshevik history reveals how Lenin was continuously criticising Trotsky, and did not view him as a ‘reliable’ candidate. 212 more words

Leftwing Political Analysis

A Gentleman In Moscow: Amor Towles

An aristocrat, Count Alexandre Rostov, is put under house arrest in Moscow, in Hotel Metropol, after the Bolshevik revolution.  He learns to live there and makes the hotel his world.  122 more words

Book Reviews

Antifa plays in traffic, gets run over

By John Miller

Sunday the 24th of December, 2017

An elite Antifa tactical warrior was seen attempting make Frogger real and failing badly today, while protesting the March for Jesus in Portland. 142 more words

Vladimir Lenin

Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin was born on April 22nd 1870, and died on January 21st 1924. He is the practical founder of communism and was the first to implement communism in a nation-state. 843 more words

Biographies

Leon Trotsky

Leon Trotsky lived from November 7th 1879 to August 21st 1940. Trotsky was a Marxist revolutionary, theorist and Soviet politician. Initially a part of the Menshevik leftist party, Trotsky switched to the majority Bolshevik party shortly before the 1917 Winter Revolution. 1,055 more words

Biographies

Russian Investigators consider 'ritual killing' theory

Investigators plan to conduct “psychological and historical analysis” to verify a theory that the killing of last Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his family in 1918 was a sacrifice made by the Bolsheviks in a bid for global domination.

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Crimes Against Christians