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The Irrational Vocabulary of the American Professorial Class with Regard to the Holocaust Question

The Death Mill of Blowing Rock

Published on Monday, September 15 of 2014 by

by Jett Rucker

Where, oh where, is Caroline Sturdy Colls when one needs her? I visited Blowing Rock, North Carolina recently and hiked a lovely trail whose head was located almost “downtown” in this mountain tourist venue. The trail followed a babbling brook called New Years Creek through the forest that surrounds the town.

And as I trudged along enjoying the cool August mountain weather, the breeze in the branches, the warbling of all manner of their feathered denizens, something ominous appeared on my right, between the trail and the brook, with a sign whose title read, “The Ruins.” Being, …

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Inconvenient History Fall 2014

Published on Wednesday, September 10 of 2014 by

 Editorial : Revisionism as Creative Destruction

Jett Rucker


William Blake (1757 – 1827) was as much an artist as poet, as much a printmaker as philosopher, but I fell in with the legions guided by his spirit when I encountered a passage that comes from a public address of his sometime around 1810 that appears as follows in his Notebook:

When I tell any Truth it is not for the sake of Convincing those who do not know it but for the sake of defending those who Do

It captured—very nearly—the spirit animating me as I engage in activities …

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A review : A Personal History of Moral Decay By Bradley R Smith

Published on Tuesday, September 2 of 2014 by

Reviewed by Fredrick Töben


What a delight is was to receive a copy of Bradley Smith’s latest book in the old pocket-book size of 7×4 inches, a measure that translates into 18x10cm. It is of 316 pages and made in the USA at San Bernadino, CA on 15 June 2014 by, PO Box 1862, Charleston, WV 25327, USA. ISBN-10: 0989697282; ISBN-13 978-0989697286


Front cover of Moray Decay


In his May 2014 Foreword to the book Tito Perdue sums up Bradley Smith’s character and world view:

What Bradley Smith has done is to call up instances from his own life, and in

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