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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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The Wane of Monoculturalism

     If there is one glaring side-effect of “fighting like the Left”, it is that seems to necessitate “thinking like the Left”, or at least gravitate thinking thereto, not only as it pertains to tactics and strategy—superficially at least—but as it … Continue reading

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Loyalty And Nationalism

     The difference between a “nationalist” and it’s purported antithesis of “globalism” (said boogie-man being variously trans-national corporations, international Communism, the Stonecutters, &c.), is for many, more of a proxy for the division of the hoi polloi and their populist white … 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, 2019

     Happy Flag Day!      There are many historical flags associated with the United States, particularly during the War of Independence.      One such flag is the Bedford Flag: The Bedford Flag is the oldest known flag in the United States. It is … Continue reading

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The Question of Nationalism: The Common vs. The Collective

     What is the definition of “Nationalism”? The answers vary from “advocates of genocidal ethno-states” to “the last bastion against the globalist elite cabal run by the Stonecutters”. Most people, however, fall well within these two histrionic extremes, yet even then … Continue reading

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12 Posts of Christmas, 2018 (Day 11)

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

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