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David Irving: History Is Politics And ‘Free Speech’ Comes With A Price

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Live Not By Lies by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

On the day Solzhenitsyn was arrested, February, 12, 1974, he released the text of “Live Not by Lies.” The next day, he was exiled to the West, where he received a hero’s welcome. This moment marks the peak of his fame. Solzhenitsyn equates “lies” with ideology, the illusion that human nature and society can be […]

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Driving Brian Doyle-Murray To The Mudd Club by Mark R. Elsis

Meetings And Stories, Chapter 4 It was in the latter part of the magical summer of 1980. I was driving my taxi, and for the first time, I asked my opera singer girlfriend, Julia Madison, if she would like to go out with me for a few hours while I worked. Julia said she would […]

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Bill Murray Leaving The Nursery At Dawn by Mark R. Elsis

Meetings And Stories, Chapter 3 It was either a very late Saturday night or a pretty early Sunday morning. But that depended on who you were and how you looked at the world. The one undeniable thing is that this brief meeting occurred on the first full day of the magical summer of 1980, June […]

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Fifteen Seconds With Andy Warhol by Mark R. Elsis

Meetings And Stories, Chapter 2 It was May 5, 1982, a beautiful mid-spring Wednesday evening, and I was taking my girlfriend Kimberly Manning out to attend a concert. We were going to the Ritz nightclub on 11th Street between Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue. This section of Manhattan, southeast of Union Square Park, was called […]

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Thank You, Curly Neal by Mark R. Elsis

Meetings And Stories, Chapter 1 It was February of 1970, and I had just turned twelve years old a month earlier. I lived and breathed basketball since before my first intramural game, which didn’t happen when scheduled on November 9, 1965, because that was the evening of the Great Northeast Blackout. Since it was the […]

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Hospitals Aren’t Safe For The Sick by Dr. Vernon Coleman

Before the industrial age hospitals were built like cathedrals in order to lift the soul and ease the mind. Hospitals were decorated with carvings, works of art, flowers and perfumes. Modern hospitals are built with no regard for the spirit, eye or soul. They are bare, more like prisons than temples, designed to concentrate the […]

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Churchill’s War by David Irving (1:48:26)

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Winston Churchill: An Unsettled Legacy by Mark Weber

Churchill’s War: Triumph in Adversity (Vol. II), by David Irving. London: Focal Point, 2001. Hardcover. 1060 pages. Photographs. Appendices. Source references. Index. Review by Mark Weber It has been fourteen years since the publication of the first volume of David Irving’s three-part biography of Britain’s legendary wartime leader. This second volume, subtitled “Triumph in Adversity,” […]

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The Lancet And The Drug Industry by Dr. Vernon Coleman

The following article is taken from my book The Dementia Myth: ‘My experience is that issues which are unpopular with the drug companies (the usefulness of vivisection or the questioning of the value and safety of vaccination for example) are ignored by all medical journals. Medical journalists writing for popular papers often quote articles which […]