The Plymouth 400 Symposium
There is a woeful lack of ethnic consciousness and cohesion among Anglo-Saxons worldwide. In a groundbreaking essay published in 1980, John Tyndall, former head of the British National Party, defined the Anglo-Saxon ethnos as consisting of the English, Scots, Welsh, Anglo- and Scots-Irish communities and their counterparts in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, and... Read More
I recently traveled to Texas to speak about South Africa, at the Free Speech Forum of the Texas A & M University. To travel from the Pacific Northwest all the way to College Station, Texas, without experiencing more of the "Lone Star State" was not an option. So, after driving from Austin eastward to College... Read More
Just so you guys know that this expression which I stated that New Englanders use wasn't just bullshit. Taken this week by me in Maine: Gotta love those Puritan values. They (might) love you, but you'll always be a PFA.
Post updated, 1/14/15. See below! Let me start by once again giving the disclaimer that I am an unapologetic atheist. Of course, I would conclude that being an atheist is the only natural position one can have if one is being a true scientist. Now, that said, I realize that I am only able to... Read More
What Mainers really mean. Good Puritan values: