UNDER-REPORTED STORY OF THE DAY: The BBC reports that Georgia likely committed war crimes in South Ossetia; Human Rights Watch concurs. We get nothing but silence from the US establishment, of course; and Fox News has also blacked out this story.… Read the rest of this article
WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK: If you like music and, like me, want to avoid supporting the Evil Empire’s economy, you may enjoy the superb AVRO Klassiek from Holland. Also try 101.ru from Russia: a huge selection of genres at 128 kbps. Their ‘Cyber Space’, the sometimes wacky-lounge ‘Easy Listening’, and ‘Pop Classical’ have been entertaining. I’m not sure what ‘BG and Aquarium’ and ‘Cats and Dogs’ music might be, though!… Read the rest of this article
A WORK IN PROGRESS: Bear with me as I grow this site; as you can see, not every function is working yet. Expect to see not only material from the archives (a tip of the hat to Bill Fox of America First Books and the other true friends who saved many articles from the flames to which the censors tried to consign them), but also new material.… Read the rest of this article
by Kevin Alfred Strom (American Dissident Voices broadcast for June 4, 2006)
THE EARTH IS REGULARLY struck by objects from space.
Some of these objects are large enough to cause massive destruction, dwarfing that of even a full-scale nuclear war. A few of these events have … Read the rest of this article
The potential to revolutionize our society is present in our children, if we will only tap into it.
by Kevin Alfred Strom and Jeff Hilton (American Dissident Voices broadcast for April 30, 2006 listen to the broadcast)
BACK IN 1967 a very strange thing happened in a high school history classroom in California. Something amazing. Something that turned the then-emerging “me generation” on its head — and showed us how we could have a real youth revolution, a … Read the rest of this article
(sent to the Economist last November 10th but not published)
SIR:Â THE AUTHOR of ‘The Nature of Nurture‘ deserves to be fired on the grounds of scientific illiteracy and an egregious lack of journalistic integrity.
He unjustifiably insults James Watson (pictured), the co-discoverer of the DNA double helix, as ‘stupid’ for making the incontrovertibly true assertion that the average intelligence level of Africans differs from that of Europeans. Decades of scientific tests confirm that … Read the rest of this article
by Kevin Alfred Strom (American Dissident Voices program of August 7, 1993)
THERE ARE DEEP-ROOTED REASONS for the decline of our nation and civilization, reasons which would be operative even if we had not been subverted from within — and these biological reasons have caused the decline and eventual death of many civilizations before ours. But we now have the power to reverse this decline, a power that previous civilizations did not possess.
Let me read to you from … Read the rest of this article
I WAS BORN on a Summer morning in 1956, in Anchorage, Territory of Alaska. My parents had moved to Alaska some five years earlier, shortly after they were married, since that was where my father, an Air Force Master Sergeant, was assigned. I was my parent’s first child.
Both my father and mother were of Norwegian descent, hard-working farm kids from Minnesota born during the Depression. They … Read the rest of this article
by Kevin Alfred Strom
WHAT WOULD YOU SAY if a Liberal “social scientist” told you to jump into a pool filled with five hundred ravenous piranhas?
If you valued your life, you’d certainly refuse the invitation.
But what if the Liberal “social scientist” tried to convince you to go ahead and jump in, with the argument that “not all of the piranhas are aggressive. Some of them probably just want to make friends with you, and really aren’t hungry either. … Read the rest of this article
TODAY I WILL step back from the minutiae of social and political issues, and attempt to answer what are really the ultimate questions. Why should we or anyone else make sacrifices for our nation or our race? Why is it important for our race to survive? What is our basis for saying that some acts are right and good and others are wrong?
I can think … Read the rest of this article