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  • When SCOTUS rules 9-0 against Obama

    washington-supreme-courtIn an interesting USA Today op-ed by George Mason University law professor Llya Somin explores the galling paradox Obama messiah must face when the White House loses high-court cases 9-0 time after time. Professor Somin thinks that the president “is going too far” in pushing what I call his Marxist/Alinsky agenda to systematically deconstruct American law and society. A literary analogy would be Don Quixote tilting at windmills. A historical analogy is Hitler (a National Socialist) burning down the Reichstag and blaming it on his fellow fascists, the communists, and on his scapegoat, the Jews.

    August 3, 2013 | 1 Comment More
  • Detroit (1701-2013) … R.I.P.

    washington-detroit-ghettoAs Detroit stood at the pinnacle of her greatness in 1950, she was also at the precipice ready to plunge into the abyss for all of her former glory, as the economic engine that drove the great ship USA was built upon a Big Lie – Detroit’s rise in the 20th century violated Natural Law and violated fundamental principles of capitalism. Detroit was at the height of her powers yet would mark the year the Germans called die Rechnung (the reckoning) – a planned period of economic, political, moral and social deconstruction that would take the next 60 years to complete its ultimate damnation.

    August 3, 2013 | 0 Comments More
  • Utopia, eugenics and today’s progressives

    washington-Plato-AristotleThe introduction to “The Faber Book of Utopias,” edited by John Carey, chronicles the methods of creating ideal citizens, which historically have been repeatedly promoted by utopian philosophers via the deconstruction or abolition of the family. Originally proposed by Plato in his magnum opus, “The Republic,” this simple yet dramatic blueprint has influenced a number of social philosophers as diverse as More, Hobbes, Voltaire, Rousseau, to Darwin, Marx, Nietzsche, Weber, Freud, B.F. Skinner, to socialist, liberal, progressive thinkers and politicians in modern times.

    August 3, 2013 | 0 Comments More
  • Utopia, dystopia

    washington130713-300x210According to Merriman-Webster Dictionary, utopia and dystopia are defined thus: Utopia, A utopia is a community or society possessing highly desirable or perfect qualities. Dystopia, A dystopia is a community or society, usually fictional, that is in some important way undesirable or frightening. It is the opposite of autopia. … Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments,environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society.

    August 3, 2013 | 0 Comments More
  • Hegel’s dialectic in the Age of Obama, Part 2

    hegelian-dialecticDuring this Independence Day time frame, we reflect with exceeding gratitude on the tremendous sacrifices our Founding Fathers made fighting the Revolutionary War of Independence (1775-83), putting in jeopardy their collective lives, liberty and sacred honor to fight against England and against the tyrannical rule of King George III.

    August 3, 2013 | 0 Comments More

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Is there not a cause?

  “When injustice becomes a law, rebellion becomes a duty.” ~Jefferson The Bible story of David and Goliath is one of the most popular and enduring narratives ever told. Unlike Greek mythology it has the added advantage of being an actual historical event proven to have occurred by biblical archeologists, theologians and historians and written […]

September 23, 2013 | 1 Comment More

Hegel’s dialectic in the Age of Obama

washington-hegel-dialecticMy writing inspiration comes from two primary sources – God and Life. God, through the Holy Spirit, gives me the prompting to go in this direction or that direction … then I go. My other source of inspiration comes from just living life. For example, in early June on my radio show, “Joshua’s Trial,” a caller asked me pointedly, “Professor Washington, what do you think about Hegel’s theories? You need to write an article on Hegelian dialectic.”

June 29, 2013 | 1 Comment More

Happy 65th birthday, Justice Clarence Thomas

washington-thomasJustice Thomas was born 65 years ago this day in the little town of Pin Point, Ga. This tribute essay celebrates the Natural Law and originalist jurisprudence of Thomas, which mandates a synthesis between legality and morality. For 23 years now, Justice Thomas has almost single-handedly upheld a reverential respect, reliance and expertise for the original ideals and intent of the constitutional framers that is tantamount to the transcendent.

June 23, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Orwell’s ’1984′ in 2013

washington-orwell-1984Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old college dropout and contract computer analyst for the National Security Administration has leaked very sensitive information of national concern, which can harm all Americans by putting our safety in jeopardy by alerting America’s enemies of our vulnerabilities. Snowden, in violating his oath of secrecy, was unrepentant: “Everyone everywhere now understands how bad things have gotten – and they’re talking about it. They have the power to decide for themselves whether they are willing to sacrifice their privacy to the surveillance state.”

June 16, 2013 | 1 Comment More

Can Dole, Scarborough, Christie fix GOP?

traitor-stabCan Bob Dole, Joe Scarborough and Chris Christie fix the Republican Party? Former GOP Senate leader Bob Dole, who lost his presidential bid against Bill Clinton in 1996, answered that essential question in his blunt way during a Memorial Day weekend interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday: “I think they ought to put a sign on the national committee doors that says closed for repairs until New Year’s Day next year,” Dole said, “and spend that time going over ideas and positive agendas.”

June 8, 2013 | 2 Comments More

Sen. John ‘McShame’ in Syria

Most conservatives, including radio icon Mark Levin, have nothing but utter contempt toward Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. and his acolyte, Sen. Lindsay Graham, calling them “media whores” for constantly pushing amnesty for illegal aliens, their incessant strivings to always be in the media eye and especially for their frequent claims of being a “conservative” while at every opportunity slandering young Turk conservatives like Sens. Mike Lee, R-Utah, Rand Paul, R-Ky., Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and my favorite, Ted Cruz, R-Texas.

June 1, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Going to hell to find God

washington-dantes-infernoI can clearly remember that fateful day filled with lachrymose as if it were yesterday: a transcendent day inside the reading room of Ms. Mirandi’s fifth-grade at Lillibridge Elementary, Detroit, Mich. I was 10 years old. By “reading room” I mean a corner of the classroom decorated like a library. There were three or four nice decorative chairs, a small sofa, a Persian rug, a coffee table, a lamp and, of course, the epitome of that wonderful space … a bookshelf filled with classical books.

May 25, 2013 | 1 Comment More

Democratic socialists’ ‘Long March’

washington130518Rudi Dutschke, the German student-movement leader, in 1967 reformulated Antonio Gramsci’s philosophy of cultural hegemony with the phrase Der lange Marsch durch die Institutionen (The Long March through the Institutions) – an overt war metaphor harkening back to Mao’s Long March (1934–35) of the Communist Chinese People’s Liberation Army. Democrat Socialists throughout Europe, Russia, South America and here in America used “The Long March through the Institutions,” where the working class, through persistence and force, would fabricate their own organic intellectuals and culture (dominant ideology) to replace those imposed by the bourgeoisie.

May 18, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Symposium: Cult of acceptance

washington-demonsSocrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens who taught Plato. Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, piercing questions. The Greeks called this form “dialectic” – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas and moving back and forth between points of view to determine how well ideas stand up to critical review, with the ultimate principle of the dialogue being veritas – truth.

May 11, 2013 | 0 Comments More

National Association for the Abortion of Colored People

washington-naacp-abortionLast Sunday in downtown Detroit, about 45 anti-abortion protesters lined up outside Cobo Hall, where U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was the keynote speaker at the Detroit NAACP’s 58th Annual Freedom Fund Dinner – over 10,000 attendees. The protesters carried signs with slogans such as “Abortion Hurts Women,” “De-Fund Planned Parenthood” and “NAACP Wake Up! Abortion is Black Genocide.”

May 5, 2013 | 2 Comments More

Blacks’ obsession with sports, Hollywood & acceptance

washington-Beyonce-and-JayZEden Alice Washington is my 11-year-old daughter. The other day I asked her if she listens to pop singer Beyonce. She answered, “No! I don’t listen to that kind of music.” She doesn’t like Obama, she already considers herself a conservative, and she’s curious about Christianity. Eden’s generation – and that of her elder brother, Stone – will have their hands full turning back Obama’s Progressive Revolution.

April 27, 2013 | 0 Comments More

On ancient Rome, America and 1st Amendment

washington-fall-of-romeAmerica 2013 stands at the precipice of human history. Will Americans follow the progressive road to social, economic and moral perdition like their cousins in Europe have been doing since 1900, and increasingly since post-World War II, by embracing a seductive, gradual form of Marxism called “Fabian Socialism”? A “moral decay” is how Gibbon describes the fall of the longest-existing empire known to humanity. As it was with ancient Rome, so shall it be with America?

April 21, 2013 | 1 Comment More

75 years of progressive regression

washington-image005Welcome to President Obama’s brave new dystopian world of anti-Fourth Amendment fascism where he is pushing radical policies allowing the IRS to read your emails without a warrant; Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., recently had his private office conversation illegally bugged, possibly by Democratic Party agents and published in Mother Jones (a la Nixon’s Watergate); and tens of thousands of drones are watching, recording and armed to bomb American citizens on American soil without judicial oversight or due process.

April 13, 2013 | 2 Comments More

Hiroshima v. Detroit- Who Dropped the Bomb on whom?

washington-image001“On February 2011, TV host Glenn Beck aired a provocative segment titled, “Hiroshima vs. Detroit: Which city really embraced the American dream?” I was born and educated in Detroit. Nobody enjoys viewing a video equating a city obliterated by an atomic bomb almost 70 years ago as light years beyond Detroit today, yet the truth is the truth.”

April 10, 2013 | 0 Comments More

A 5th Amendment ‘right’ to same-sex marriage?

ew-same-sex-marriage-symbolsOn March 26, during oral argument in Hollingsworth v. Perry, the controversial same-sex marriage case, Justice Scalia repeatedly questioned attorney Ted Olson on when restricting marriage to one man-one woman became unconstitutional.

April 5, 2013 | 2 Comments More

Who dropped the bomb on whom?

washington-bombIn February 2011, TV host Glenn Beck aired a provocative segment titled, “Hiroshima vs. Detroit: Which city really embraced the American dream?” I was born and educated in Detroit. Nobody enjoys viewing a video equating a city obliterated by an atomic bomb almost 70 years ago as light years beyond Detroit today, yet the truth is the truth.

April 2, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Progressives’ 6th Amendment

washington130323[1]In their notes on the Sixth Amendment, O’Connor and Sabato’s textbook, “American Government: Roots and Reform,” wrote that it was “the centerpiece of the constitutional guarantees afforded to individuals facing criminal prosecution … [and] sets out eight specific rights, more than any other provision of the Bill of Rights.” Here is the full text of the Sixth Amendment:

March 24, 2013 | 0 Comments More

The 2nd and 7th Amendments: History triumphs

>washington130316The Seventh Amendment of the Constitution of the United States was ratified in 1791 as part of the Bill of Rights; it formally established the rules governing civil trials. The amendment’s objective was to preserve a distinction between the responsibilities of the courts (such as deciding matters of law) and those of juries (such as deciding matters of fact). Virtually all of the Seventh Amendment’s provisions originated in the English common-law tradition and with few exceptions have experienced only marginal revisions.

March 16, 2013 | 0 Comments More