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Veterans Director Lou Cimaglia Defends His Department Against MacDonald's Criticisms

WILMINGTON, MA — At last week’s Wilmington Board of Selectmen’s Meeting, Veterans Director Lou Cimaglia took a few moments to respond to criticism levied against him and his department by Selectman Candidate Kevin MacDonald. 724 more words


Selectmen Candidates Debate The Issues (with VIDEO)

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Board of Selectmen candidates Ed Loud, Kevin MacDonald, and Mike McCoy (incumbent) participated in a spirited debate on Tuesday night.  The three men are competing for two seats up for grabs during the April 22 Town Election. 2,308 more words


Adapting for a Particular Audience: Creating Art or Losing Integrity?

I think everyone secretly longs for their favorite books to be turned into movies—to see a beloved story come to life in a new and vibrant form. 2,183 more words

Throwback Thursday

SELECTMEN NEWS: 5 MORE Things That Happened At This Week’s Meeting

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are FIVE MORE things that happened at the Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting on Monday, March 13, 2017. (Here are five things already covered yesterday… 650 more words


TOWN ELECTION UPDATE: Ballot Is Set; Contested Races For School Committee & Selectmen

WILMINGTON, MA — When Wilmington voters go to the polls next month, they will have some decisions to make.

The Town Clerk’s Office finished certifying nomination papers on Monday and it’s now official — Wilmington will see contested races for both School Committee and Board of Selectmen. 210 more words


Freud, Jews, and the Sexual Revolution

The following primarily comes from Chapter 4 of Kevin MacDonald’s Culture of Critique Jewish Involvement in the Psychoanalytic Movement.

Cultural Subversion Through Sex… 2,392 more words

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Review: Sky Ladder

The art of Cai Guo-qiang is like a moment in time. A drop of creativity in the pool of conventionalism. Kevin MacDonald’s Sky Ladder explores the artistic process behind his work, the origins of his illustrious career, and the shackles of patriotic ‘collaboration’. 614 more words