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Beginning Aug. 8, 2013 We are in the process of changing to our new name (and site) — because for too long conservatives have allowed the Progressive Left to exclude us from society and from the arena of ideas. For example, even though the Republican Party was founded 160 years ago (1854) in order to fight against Democrat Party racism to free the slaves and MLK was a Republican. On Aug. 24th there was a huge celebration on the Mall in Washington, D.C. celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream Speech.” Yet, not one conservative, not one Republican, not even one Abolitionist was allowed to speak on this auspicious occasion. Why? Because Black and White Democrats have hijacked history, hijacked the Civil Rights movement in order to shamefully treat conservatives like Niggers unworthy to be heard or respected, thus the new name of my website was created to reflect the Left’s invidious discrimination and hatred of conservatives and conservative ideas…


Archive for April, 2012


Did you know that 93 years ago the Supreme Court decreed that advertising to your fellow Americans about their constitutional rights to be a federal crime? Astoundingly, this was the unanimous 9-0 decision of the case Schenck v. United States (1919). This case, in an openly fascist manner, violated defendant Schenck’s First Amendment rights to distribute flyers alerting his fellow citizens of their First, 10th and 13th Amendment rights not to comply with the draft and fight in World War I.

April 30, 2012 | 0 Comments More


Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the legendary German theologian, was one of the central figures in two separate and complex plots to assassinate Adolf Hitler – Operation 7 and Operation Valkyrie. This hero paid the ultimate price in fighting against Nazism, fascism and the so-called “German Christian,” leading to his martyrdom at Flossenbürg concentration camp exactly two weeks before it was liberated by the U.S. Army 90th and 97th Infantry Divisions and three weeks before Hitler committed suicide inside his underground secret bunker in Berlin.

April 24, 2012 | 0 Comments More


If you were to ask a typical liberal, progressive, or even a Marxist/socialist jurist who was the most important Supreme Court justice of the 20th century, invariably the name cited most often would be Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. Holmes served on the Supreme Court from 1902-32, and many of his majority (and dissenting) opinions are considered some of the most legendary and sublime utterances in the history of the high court.

April 17, 2012 | 0 Comments More


There are three things I hold as relative certainties in this uncertain, vexatious world of moral relativism: 1) God is in control of everything and every person in the universe and will one day settle all accounts, 2) the sun will rise tomorrow morning and 3) Justice Clarence Thomas will uphold his sacred oath he made 21 years ago “to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic.”

April 9, 2012 | 1 Comment More


As the Supreme Court ended a tumultuous week of oral arguments on Obamacare, all of the legal and political pundits are scurrying around like ants, reading and rereading every word of the justices, dissecting every syllable, every verbal inflection; trying in vain to read the tea leaves, to deduce how the court, or more pointedly how the court’s swing justice, Anthony Kennedy, will decide the fate of the Obamacare mandate tax/penalty.

April 1, 2012 | 0 Comments More