Tag Archives: Patriotism

All The Cops Are Criminals, All The Sinners Saints

     For some time now the value of citizenship, and the pride that goes therewith, has been increasingly diminished, with the push for non–citizen voting, non-citizen lawyers, and non-citizen juries. But eliminating the difference between citizens and non-citizens isn’t the goal; … Continue reading

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12 Posts of Christmas, 2019 (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 228th 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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Happy Thanksgiving for 2019!

     Aside from turkey induced comas and football, Thanksgiving is a time to reflect and account for all the things we can be thankful of… and recognize that Thanksgiving is not racist. Tweet

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Same Coin Different Sides The Alt-Right And The Far Left

     Ben Shapiro, who seems to make all the right enemies, has somehow gotten the Far Left to protest his condemnation of… Nazis.      Speaking at Stanford University, Shapiro spoke out against the Alt-Right and the comfortableness with, if not out right … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: Resolved: On Impeachability

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      With all the obsession over Presidential impeachment now-a-days, let us look on a far less insane investigation from … Continue reading

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A Lesson From One Hundred Years Ago

     One hundred years ago, the Treaty of Versaille formally ended the First World War, which was supposed to be the “War to End All Wars”. Between the birth of the Communist Regime in Russia, the animosity from the post-war punishment … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Online Encyclopedias

    It is a wise rule of thumb one should be skeptical of the veracity of things posted on the web, particularly when the possibility of bias is strong or the source can be edited by who knows whom.     Online encyclopedias, … Continue reading

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Eighteen Years Ago Today – NEVER FORGET

     Eighteen 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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     With much debate over the question of “Nationalism”, the question of just what that means when different people use the term arises, and perhaps most of the acrimony of this debate is a question of different people using different definitions … Continue reading

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