Tag Archives: george orwell

Darrell Castle: The Barbarians Are Inside the Palace

Darrell Castle, the 2008 vice presidential nominee and 2016 presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, released his podcast The Castle Report today along with a transcript of the show excerpted below: 

Hello this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today is Friday July 10, 2020 and on this Report I will be talking about the movement to cleanse history by removing any trace of it from our conscious thought and the result that action is sure to bring.… Read more ...

Constitution Party: A Must Read Victory Report

Constitution Party chairman Frank Fluckiger sent the following statement today to email subscribers providing a sample from the paid membership subscription newsletter Victory Report, linking to downloads of the George Orwell novels 1984 and Animal Farm, as well as a brief update on ballot access: 

As many of you know, Charles Kraut is the author of the monthly subscription newsletter, The Howard Phillips Legacy Report.Read more ...

Chuck Baldwin: Identifying Our Friends

By Chuck Baldwin

To a packed out crowd of over 500 Montanans who had assembled in minus zero weather to hear me speak, I made the statement, “Not all Christians are our friends, and not all non-Christians are our enemies.” Indeed, being able to identify our friends is more than half the battle.… Read more ...

Pirate Party: ‘Freedom, Not Fear’

This event was yesterday. Previous IPR coverage here.


“There was of course no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment. How often, or on what system, the Thought Police plugged in on any individual wire was guesswork. It was even conceivable that they watched everybody all the time.

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Corsetti for Congress: ‘George Orwell spotted working at WXYZ’

19 October 2010


George Orwell was seen alive and well working at WXYZ-TV/Channel 7. Orwell, thought to be dead years ago, is the new director of the TV station’s “Democracy 2010” project. Orwell, famous for inventing catchy phrases that disguise their true meaning, called Newspeak, took credit for naming the series “Democracy 2010.”… Read more ...