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Seventeen Years Ago Today – NEVER FORGET

     Seventeen years ago today, America was attacked. Never forget the victims who died, and those who fought back.      In Pace , Requiescat. Tweet

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What Does Citizenship Mean When Non-Citizens Can Outvote You?

     California has for some time now demonstrated themselves to be hell bent on destroying any notion of citizenship in any way that matters. Not only may foreign nationals illegally in this country can practice law in California courts, but there … Continue reading

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When in the Course of Human Events…

Action of Second Continental Congress, July 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of America WHEN in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected them … Continue reading

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Happy Flag Day, 2018

     There are many historical flags associated with the United States, particularly during the War of Independence.      One such flag is the Bennington Flag: The Bennington flag is a version of the American flag associated with the American Revolution Battle of … Continue reading

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Humpty Dumpty Constitution

     Once upon a time, words meant something, and it meant something that we, for the most part, could all agree on. But more and more people want to play Humpty Dumpty and play the “master” by imposing their view of … Continue reading

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What Have You Ever Conserved?

     That retort of “what have you ever conserved” oft spouted by both the Alt-Right and the more emotional Johnny-come-latelys to the root of the struggle against the Fabian Left and their Gramscian march, is an obnoxious, and usually ignorant, thing. … Continue reading

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The Right of Every Free Adult

     The right to keep and bear arms ought to be interminably linked with the right to vote. After all, if we can’t trust someone with a personal arm, then how can we trust them with the power of law over … Continue reading

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What Makes A Conservative?

     What is conservatism, and what makes a conservative? There are many different descriptions, from Burke and Stephens to Kirk and Meyer. This task is complicated by the fact that conservativism, in the Anglo-American vein, is not a proscriptive ideology, but … Continue reading

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12 Posts of Christmas, 2017 (Day 11)

     A little Christmas message for our enemies around the world. Tweet

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Happy Bill of Rights Day!

     Today is the 226th anniversary of the first ten amendments to the Constitution coming into effect. The original Bill of Rights contained a preamble stating that the clauses were “declaratory and restrictive” — i.e. they restricted the Federal Government and … Continue reading

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