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Stuff White People Like by Christian Lander


Stuff White People Like by Christian Lander is a caricature of how one dimensional white people really are can be. The book is a bundled collection of 150 “stuff” white people like. It is filled with humor, sarcasm, irony, and the “occasional” truthful sore points (for White people at least). Read the full story

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Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) by George Orwell


Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) by George OrwellIn many ways Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) by George Orwell in 1949 is like an interesting thought experiment about what people with too much control might do and how it would shape society, politics, and individual people’s lives. And by too much power I am referring to a grave imbalance of power shifted from the people to a few “chosen” individuals. Sure, there have been people such as Stalin who tried to make something along the same lines happen but it has turned out nothing like what Orwell is portraying. Though contextually maybe not as relevant as it was when it was first published, the wealth of information and topics being addressed in this little book are in many ways timeless and should not be missed. Read the full story

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The Douglass Report & William Campbell Douglass II – in Question


The Raw Truth by William Campbell Douglass II

This post is in response to someone who has forwarded to me William Campbell Douglass II’s newsletter. I won’t go into any specifics of William Campbell Douglass II’s truth claims. While there are certainly many aspects and claims made by William Campbell Douglass II that need to be put into question, these nitty-gritty specifics detract from the overall problems with the information he provides on his website (www.douglassreport.com) and his promotional e-mail newsletters. For that reason I would like to draw your attention to the underlying problems with the information presented by him and the potential threats to your optimal functioning. So here we go. Read the full story

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