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Politics Society

Leo Terrell: A High-Profile Red-Pill Black

Fox News Channel viewers have long been familiar with civil rights attorney Leo Terrell. He had been a long-time ‘liberal’ foil for Sean Hannity and other FNC anchors. Angry and argumentative, he often interrupted other panelists with his bombastic rhetoric. To a conservative ear, Leo often sounded desperate to defend the indefensible. A few weeks […]

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Politics Society

Racialism – the Left’s Own Frankenstein Monster

More than fifty years ago, the Democrat party gradually abandoned the last of its support for segregation, Jim Crow, the KKK, and other racist institutions like poll taxes and literacy tests. The Democrats turned instead to racialism.  In brief, as those two terms are used herein — A racist is a person who believes there are significant […]

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Government Politics

AG William Barr on Rioters, Censorship, DOJ Corruption, Mike Flynn, and Media Complicity

Low-key but tenacious Attorney General William Barr joins Sen. Ted Cruz and Michael Knowles to address: prosecuting rioters and statue destroyers (2:02) Big-Tech censorship (7:25) autonomous zones (13:40) DOJ corruption (14:40) the Mike Flynn travesty (16:06) media complicity and malfeasance (20:55) how the DOJ has changed since he was last there (26:26) why he came […]

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Government Politics

Best Interviews of 2020 – Atty General William Barr

Calm, clear, and incisive, here is Attorney General William Barr answering well-formed questions from Fox News’ anchor Maria Bartiromo. In about 36 minutes total, Bartiromo and Barr cover most of the major news and political issues of June, 2020. It is well-edited, and it is worth every serious American’s time to listen to this material […]

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Government Politics Society

Imagine No Police Force

Surely, I thought, this must be parody. But I was wrong! In support of the Left’s new defund-the-police mantra, Godfrey Elfwick wrote (June 9, 2020) the following paragraph in the article titled “Imagine No Police Force” in The Spectator, a 192-year-old British journal: I’m hearing inane questions such as ‘But what if my house is […]

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Economy Education Politics Society

Project 1623: When Socialism Lost, and Free Markets Won

[Originally published in June, 2020, this article has been updated to November, 2021] In August, 2019, the New York Times began driving an ill-conceived propaganda campaign called Project 1619, when slavery first came to America in the Jamestown, Virginia colony. It is that year, argued the Times, that defines our national character to this day — […]

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Economy Politics

Don’t Break Up Facebook, Break It OPEN Instead

Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one. A. J. Liebling (American Journalist, 1904-1963) Thanks to the internet and platforms like Facebook, virtually anyone can now own a virtual press, publishing whatever one wishes, including text, pictures, audio, and video. Surely, Mr. Liebling would be impressed and amazed. Today, Mark Zuckerberg’s […]

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Government Politics

A Power Check Amendment for the US Constitution via Article V

[Originally written in May, 2020, this proposal is even more relevant today with $3.5 Trillion bills that may be passed into law without proper review!] If We the People could add just one amendment to the Constitution, what should it be? What one amendment would restrain, continuously and simultaneously, the excesses of Congress, the Supreme […]

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Education Politics

An Affirmative Action Program to Drain the Leftist Swamps at Universities

It’s time for some Affirmative Action on our college campuses — not for racial, ethnic, gender, or class diversity but for political diversity. On most college campuses, Leftist instructors now outnumber conservatives by more than 12 to 1. (At liberal Weslyan, it’s 28-to-1). And on some campuses one cannot find a single conservative professor in […]

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Education Politics

How Israelis Handle School Security – What We Can Learn

Nothing is more precious to Israelis than their children. When Palestinian terrorists took over a school in 1974 and murdered over 25 hostages, what did the Israelis do? Did they post gun-free-zone signs in front of their schools and pat themselves on the back for their tough stance? Did they attempt to ban or confiscate weapons […]