Interview and Five Books on the White Power Movement

The best books on White Supremacy recommended by Kathleen Belew

“Defined by University of Chicago historian Kathleen Belew, white supremacy is a “broad system of laws, norms and customs that create a society with unequal opportunities for people based on race”. It persists to this day, and has surprising intersections with issues of labor […]

Body armor

Regarding body armor ******************** The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is the governing body of the federal government responsible for regulating ballistic protection. The current NIJ Standard -0101.07 has three separate standards for ballistic armor.

RF1 ballistic armor will protect against a 5.56mm M193 BT at 56 GR with an extraordinarily fast bullet of 3,250 […]

The difference between a hunter’s rifle and an AR-15

Gun owners can buy a wide variety of rifles for hunting, for sports, for competition, but to claim that one wants an AR-15 for “personal protection”, or for hunting is absurd. The bullets used in hunting vary considerably depending on what one plans on shooting at in the field. Generally the bigger the bullet the […]

Another mass killing in an Elementary School…in America

by Heather Cox Richardson – May 24, 2022 (Tuesday)

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“Today, a gunman murdered at least 19 children and 2 adults at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

For years now, after one massacre or another, I have written some version of the same article, explaining that the nation’s current gun free-for-all is not traditional […]

A list of trump’s business failures

Column: A lengthy list of Trump’s disastrous business deals — compiled by his newest business partners

 

Donald Trump, business genius? (Associated Press) BY MICHAEL HILTZIK BUSINESS COLUMNIST

MAY 18, 2022 3:54 PM PT

Donald Trump’s business history has been so filled with disastrous ventures that it’s been hard to keep track of them all.

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Women in Ancient Greece – The Plays

by Jeff Searle – Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Antigone, Lysistrata and Medea: Feminism in Classical Greece

It seems a paradox, given the breadth of popular political rights under democracy, that women had fewer rights and less freedom in most Greek cities than in contemporary Egypt and Persia. In the fiercely masculine world of […]