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Discovering a Lost Colony of Sanity – American Renaissance

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Guillaume Durocher, The Ancient Ethnostate: Biopolitical Thought in Classical Greece, independently published, 2021, 268 pp. What do white advocates have to learn from

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Llewellyn King: American Individualism Is Dividing and Killing Us During COVID-19

To compound the COVID-19 crisis, we have a cultural crisis. It is a crisis of our individualism. That cultural element, precious and special, of the individual against adversity, the individual against authority, the individual against any limits imposed on free action, is at odds with the need to behave. Worse, our individualistic trait has been

COVID-19

Arizona’s rugged individualism poses barrier to mask rules

With the coronavirus spreading out of control and Arizona cities beginning just last month to require residents wear masks in public, a few hundred people gathered in Scottsdale to make clear they didn’t approve of the heavy hand of government telling them to cover their faces. A city councilman, Guy Phillips, came to the podium

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