N. Joseph Potts

N. Joseph Potts wrote articles for Smith's Report for a number of years.



Riders of the Juggernaut are exalted by right of their berths aboard it—they claim, and receive, whether graciously or haughtily, the adulation of the masses among whom the Juggernaut passes. The more-fervent among the throng find victims among their number to throw in its path by way of sacrifice that …

This victim, then a 67-year-old history professor at Arkansas Technical University, was claimed in 2005 by his colleague, a self-proclaimed Jew named James L. Moses, who made it known to their university’s president that his victim had included three books that “denied the Holocaust” among nine from which students …

The death in jail of Jeffrey Epstein last month recalls a very famous death of another jailed Jewish man charged (and convicted and sentenced) of crimes against a 13-year-old girl in 1913. That case, which involved only one of many rumored similar victims, involved the lethal abuse of a factory worker named Mary Phagan by the manager of the factory, 29-year-old pillar of the Atlanta Jewish community Leo Frank.