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A good Stacker from France recommending Frederick R. Smith. So, turn on translation to English (or others) to enjoy! Pressure cookerMinute's Substack -The only thing that is useless is to do nothing. (Albert Camus) / Resistance, freedom, democracy, humanity...
John possesses a remarkable background, having served as both an Army Ranger and a Special Forces Green Beret. During the Vietnam War, he led the aero-rifle platoon within the 1st Cavalry Division. Furthermore, he achieved considerable success as a partner at a prominent multinational law firm and established himself as a highly effective advocate before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The author specializes in writing essays that tackle the subject commonly referred to as "The Culture War," which they argue could arguably be more fittingly named "The Culture Surrender."
David is a retired cyclotron physicist. He is interested in the course of our country and the world, especially regarding the potential of a slide into tyranny.
People make history everyday as they contribute collectively or alone to ways of doing, thinking, the arts, or fighting for our beliefs. That makes history.
An architect by day and writer by night. Michale Schwartz work isn't just on Substack, but appears on The Patriot Post, too.
Hermit Chronicles is a outlet for telling ‘essentially’ true tales about the life and times of humanity as witnessed and reflected upon in the addled brain of a blind old guy just trying to muddle through daily life. People told him he should start putting this shit down on paper, so he did.
In addition to excellent essay about geopolitics, the Emperor has excellent daily "Must Read" post.
A series of articles exploring mental science in the real world. Enjoy some divergent ideas with word salad, word dressing and word bacon. Follow me along this journey as I show you casualties of the Invisible War. The war on the human mind.
The American Experience is its history, its people, and the moments that keep us on a path to an ideal - what that looks like is up to us, for now.
Striking essays that pierce the curtain to expose the manipulators of humankind.
Karen Hunt writes about wide range of topics with insight filling the nooks and cracks of what needs to be known.