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In Memoriam James B. Rose

Dear friend of Nordskog Publishing James Bradford Rose has gone home to his reward in the arms of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. After serving as a businessman in his early years, Jim spent the rest of his life tirelessly helping Americans and everyone who would listen to remember and benefit from the heritage […]

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The “New NAFTA” Power Grab

Guest essay by Tom Gow Following an agreement with Canada, President Trump claimed victory in the negotiations to replace NAFTA: The president said it fulfills his campaign pledge to replace NAFTA, which he called “perhaps the worst trade deal ever made,” and claimed it will transform the U.S. back into a “manufacturing powerhouse.” “Throughout the […]

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The Forbidden Book Unchained

Guest essay by Marshall Foster It was the greatest catastrophe in recorded history. The Black Death, the bubonic plague, ravaged Asia, then descended upon Europe and swept into England in 1348.The deadly bacteria were carried by flea-infested rats on ships from the East. The plague killed up to 50 million people—roughly 60% of the entire […]

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What Should Be Our Attitude Regarding Great Evil?

Perhaps that question should be reworded to: What is America’s attitude toward exploding evil in our country, and what should it be? Today, many Americans have zero understanding of this evil—having been almost totally dumbed down by the controlled media, by the leftist—controlled educational system, or by their nonstop preoccupation with entertainment (i.e., gadgets, social […]

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The Reformation Roots of Western Civilization

Guest essay by Peter Hammond Unprecedented Western civilisation has been blessed with the greatest freedom, productivity and prosperity ever known in history. The liberty, standards of justice and creativity enjoyed in Western civilisation is a direct result of the Protestant Reformation of the 16th Century.   First Things First Our Lord Jesus Christ taught: “But […]

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