communism & socialism

  1. Cosmos

    Julius and Ethel Rosenberg

    For the first time in its 177-year history, a United States Civil Court had decreed and followed through on the execution of two Americans on the charges of espionage. On June 19, 1953, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed at Sing Sing Correctional Facility after being convicted of selling...
  2. M

    "Nineteen Eighty-Four"

    On June 8, 1949, George Orwell published his famous novel about a dystopian society ruled over by a crippling despotism. The novel is set in Airstrip One (formerly known as Great Britain), a province of the superstate Oceania in a world of perpetual war, ubiquitous government surveillance, and...
  3. The Archetype

    The Equal Salary Experiment

    In 2015, a payment company called Gravity Payments made headlines when its CEO announced that the company's minimum wage would be raised to $70,000 a year. In order to fund this experiment, the CEO cut his own salary by more than 90%. Some have criticized the idea, calling it a move towards...
  4. A Measure of Wheat

    Tiananmen Square Massacre

    On June 4, 1989, seven weeks of peaceful protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square were concluded with bloodshed. The communist People's Liberation Army declared martial law and then proceeded to arrest and murder thousands of pro-democracy protesters. The protesters were responding to rapid...
  5. Cosmos

    Assassination Attempt on Pope John Paul II

    On May 13, 1981, an assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II was made by Mehmet Ali Ağca in St. Peter's Square, Vatican City. The Pope was rushed to the Agostino Gemelli University Polyclinic to undergo emergency surgery and survived. Pope John Paul II was elected Pope following the death of...
  6. The Archetype

    The Collapse of California - A Paradise Lost

    Here are photographs and footage from the bygone golden era of the Golden State. Near the end are just a few images of what California has become - but not does accurately portray the true mess that California is really in. The situation is very bad and will only get worse. For the Golden State...
  7. A Measure of Wheat

    Social Media Censorship Intensifies

    As we race ever faster to the dystopian future imagined by George Orwell, new lists of banned people and censored ideas are updated almost daily at this point. The latest causalties of "wrong think" thoughcrimes are Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Laura Loomer, who were...
  8. The Archetype

    "In God We Trust"

    On April 22, 1864, the U.S. Congress passed the Coinage Act of 1864 with the mandate that the inscription In God We Trust be placed on all coins minted as United States currency. These words were placed on American coins at this time due to an increase in religious sentiment during the Civil...
  9. Prophetess

    The NPC Meme: Time to Wake Up and Start Thinking for Yourself

    A simple meme poking fun at the relentless, permanent post-election "resist" culture in America is creating shockwaves throughout social media. The original meme is a simplistic drawing of a person with gray skin and a blank, expressionless face. The term "NPC" is a reference to video game...
  10. Prophetess

    More Deadly Than War

    G. Edward Griffin delivered a prophetic warning about the communist menace in his 1969 lecture entitled, "More Deadly Than War." Americans may find it instructive to consider this lecture, which was delivered shortly after the Johnson Administration's passage of groundbreaking Civil Rights...
  11. A Measure of Wheat

    Automation and the Universal Basic Income Question

    Human jobs are increasingly being eliminated by automation. Machines and technologies are being developed right now that can compose music with the help of artificial intelligence, and some robotic systems can assist in medical and surgical procedures. The obvious problem is that when this...