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The 1950s as the Height of Conservative America

Part I: The Church

Connor Kaeb

As we begin our trip through this fictional 1950s town, it is only fitting that our journey start at the church. 1,263 more words


The Root Problem

As far as I’m concerned, there’s no real difference between communism and fascism.  Some people (like Razorfist) have spent a lot of time and words and historical evidence to show that fascism at it’s core is socialism, but putting that aside even if we were to accept the claim that one is of the left and the other of the right, there are a great many concept and policies that both groups support.  201 more words

Current Events


A 20 May 2020 Note of the Author: After his several conversations and studies with Plant Pathologists at home and abroad during the years 1998-1999, the author was encouraged to present some of his own candid and searching reflections — even though they were to be somewhat historical and philosophical and strategic. 10,210 more words


Buckley and Big Sister

William F. Buckley on Ayn Rand.  During his lifetime Buckley functioned as a gatekeeper for the conservative movement.  Get on the wrong side of Buckley and a group on the right could quickly find itself relegated to the fringes of American life.  1,110 more words