Friday, November 25, 2011

A Treasury of VDARE Thanksgiving Columns

By Nicholas Stix

I inexplicably do not have a tradition of writing essays celebrating Thanksgiving, However, my colleagues and editors at VDARE, especially unofficial house historian James Fulford, have a rich Thanksgiving tradition, which you can access by hitting this link.

By the way, growing up in Long Beach, New York, although my teachers and oracle Walter Cronkite talked about Thanksgiving every year, I never heard a word about the holiday’s religious basis. It wasn’t until many years after I’d left town that I learned that Thanksgiving was anything but a secular, government holiday, in other words, that it was a holiday: A holy day.

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