Tag Archives: Mexico

The Inquisition in Mexico

Allan Callahan It had always been my assumption that the Inquisition had been a European affair, and mostly confined to Spain, but recently I came across an account which showed that the Inquisition had operated in Mexico, also. It was … Continue reading

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Some Embarrassing Reminders

Allan Callahan One of the commonest charges of ‘Hitler Haters’ is that the German leader dominated smaller countries and violated their sovereignty. These accusations usually come from advocates of democracy, but the only way they can make them without looking … Continue reading

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Double-Think

Revilo P. Oliver I do not know how many millions of pious Christians make pilgrimage to the Vatican, where God’s Vicar presides over the world’s largest chain of salvation-shops. When I was there some years ago, I was told that … Continue reading

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The Men of the Alamo

William Pierce AS THE DUSK gathered in the early evening of March 5, 1836, William Travis mustered the 183 men under his command on the dusty plaza of the Alamo, a fortress-like former Spanish mission. As the assembled Texans listened … Continue reading

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