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Truther Dare

“If you tell a big enough lie and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” –Paul Josef Goebbels These words are often attributed to Adolf Hitler. He wrote the same message in Mein Kampf. In many ways, … Continue reading

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American Fascism

Writing in the magazine, Free Inquiry, Spring, 2003, social scientist, Dr. Lawrence Britt described fourteen characteristics of fascism. His article was titled, “Fascism, anyone?” These characteristics are now quite famous, having been accepted and co-opted by many authors, among them, … Continue reading

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A History of Intolerance

Christian Abraham Jacke was twenty six years old when he fled the chronic religious strife and warfare of his native land, his parents, siblings, and friends, boarded the Princess Augusta in Rotterdam, and sailed for the New World. Landing in … Continue reading

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