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Dr. Joseph Audie

Roy A. Childs
1949-1992

Dr. F. Roger Devlin

The inimitable
Miss Sally Druthers

Henry Gallagher Fields

Walter Karp
1934-1989

Ronn Neff
Unsilent Truth

Other articles by
Ronn Neff

Andy Nowicki
Notes from Underground

Douglas Olson

Tony Pivetta

Dr. Stephen J. Sniegoski
Sniegoski on the Empire

Stand, children of the West!

Strakon Lights Up

Other articles by
Nicholas Strakon

Jared Taylor

David T. Wright

Other writings


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TLD is a forum of opinion, edited by hard-core market anarchists, that does not flinch from any of the most pressing issues of our time. We are especially interested in questions of culture and ethnicity, our Polite Totalitarian ruling class, and the homicidal humanitarianism of the U.S. Empire.

Our writers include anarcho-pessimists, Old Believers in the West, unreconstructed Confederates, neo-Objectivists, and other enemies of the permanent regime. We are conscientiously indifferent to considerations of thoughtcrime. Thus, from individualist and Euro-American perspectives, we confront the end of civilization — and do our level best to name its destroyers. (More about who we are.)

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— Tom McPherren ("Nicholas Strakon"), editor-in-chief
Ronald N. Neff, senior editor

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