The Sin of Americanism From birth, the American Adam was stained by the original sin of the American Republic. Loyalist writers, many of whom were royal officials or Anglican clergymen, warned that the colonial rebellion was spawning an embryonic system of anarcho-tyranny. They saw clearly that the revolutionary republic undermined “deference for established leaders and […]
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Introduction Jared Taylor is a racial realist. He believes that racial differences are real and not merely a social construct. He has spent decades defending the White race, as distinct from the Blacks, Hispanics, and Asians who share his American citizenship. But Taylor is not just a generic White man. He is also an Anglo-Saxon […]
The Sovereign People as Higher Law-Making Authority For decades now, progressive constitutional scholars such as Professor Bruce Ackerman have long urged the Supreme Court to recognize the higher law-making voice of the sovereign people. Obama’s second term will provide the Court with the ideal opportunity to do just that; indeed, his entire life story reads […]
Introduction Old-stock Americans need to understand the metapolitical significance of the Presidential election in 2012. On a strict reading of the Constitution (i.e., in accordance with the “original intent” of the framers and as described more fully below), there can be little doubt that Barack Hussein Obama has never been eligible to the Office of […]
Was the Destruction of the Jerusalem Temple an Act of Divine Vengeance? At least one mainstream scholar, GWH Lampe, acknowledges that the belief “that the fall of Jerusalem avenged Christ’s death became a commonplace of later Christian apologetic.” Most famously, Augustine of Hippo (354-430 AD) declared that “the Jews who slew Him, and would not […]
Introduction Trudy Pert suggests that the crisis of modern Christianity deepened when mid-nineteenth century Protestant theologians embraced the higher criticism. Especially in Germany, the traditional devotional approach to the Bible was replaced by the “objective” techniques of historical and literary criticism. As a consequence, educated Christians turned their attention away from the “supernatural Christ” to […]
The Revolutionary Excesses of Christian Humanism Throughout the Western world, both State and Church have adopted Barth’s doctrine of “near and distant neighbours.” When we encounter “foreigners” or “strangers”—whether as citizens or Christians—we must not allow “being in one’s own people” to become “a prison and stronghold.” Every man must instead obey God’s command “to […]