This evening I watched a movie titled "Our Very Own". After seeing it, I am prompted to ask, our very own what? The plot is simple enough. An idyllic family life, punctuated by periodic sibling rivalry, is ruptured when one sibling peevishly informs another that the latter is adopted, and 'has no rights'. The adoptee manifests a crisis of loyalty, characterized by pining to see her "real mother", and by diffidence in all her relationships. In the end, she gives a high school
Originally Posted by Sigrid
Independent candidate for W.Va. Governor Harry Bertram has released a campaign ad that focuses on discrimination of White Americans.
The American Third Position Party candidate said he has a list of stances on different issues.
"It's basically a conservative American first party and it means putting the interest of Americans first as far as trade agreements and anything else," said Bertram.
But in his ad he called himself the "voice for white
Early last week, Jamie Kelso astutely observed that the tendency of like-minded activists to use insider sarcasm, and to 'fail to subject their message to the discipline of the public', can repel prospective converts to White awareness. Certainly we should avoid slang expressions and inflammatory rhetoric. Trite conspiracy theories should also be eschewed entirely. Things we say should always have analytical merit.
An important question with a less-obvious answer is whether or not
No matter how far back in time one cares to look, Jews give every impression of being a difficulty, facing repeated expulsion from areas where they come to dwell. They procure antagonism through a spiritual outlook which is at once childish in its imaginings of a vain and tyrannical god , and neurotic in its aim to persecute and be persecuted. Their beliefs and ceremonies maintain their social cohesion as they circulate among peoples more populous than themselves.
It is a phenomenon
I just figured out how to incorporate an Avatar into my account. Who better than my eponymous source of fitness insight? I thought I'd make a blog post encouraging others to do Pilates workouts, but first, let me just make a minor suggestion: Perhaps the blogroll on the homepage should list not the most recent blog posts, but the most recently updated blogs. That way it won't look like I'm hogging the space. Maybe I should just start threads anyway.
Okay, now for Pilates.