Tag: politics

The good Muslim spy

washington120915Following the military tactics of genocidal Islam, Muslim radicals interrupted reverential 9/11 memorial services in New York and other venues honoring the 3,000 Americans killed 11 years ago.

September 17, 2012 | 1 Comment More

Dreams from Obama’s real father, Part 2

washington-On March 3, 1964, Barack Obama, Sr. applied for an extension of his visa – which granted his part of the deal for his sham marriage to Ann – to be allowed to get his Ph.D. from Harvard. The film’s Obama impersonator says, “Obama’s frequent lessons in politics mostly involved Karl Marx and the Communist Manifesto. Frank explained, all history is class struggle between the oppressors and the oppressed. Frank lectured that America’s corporate system was designed to benefit the rich and to keep the poor down.

September 10, 2012 | 1 Comment More

Dreams from Obama’s real father

washington120901Movie director Joel Gilbert concludes his revelatory movie about President Barack Obama with this telling statement: “The ‘Birthers’ have been on a fool’s errand. To understand Obama’s plans for America, the question is not ‘Where’s the Birth Certificate?’; the question is ‘Who is the real father?’” Gilbert’s film “Dreams from My Real Father” unites together the confirmed facts with consistent logic and supposition in an effort to fill in the apparent gaps in Obama’s history.

September 3, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Paul Ryan channels John Locke

It was a remarkable event on many levels when last Saturday morning Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney finally announced his vice-presidential running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, in a speech in Norfolk, Va. Besides satisfying Romney’s disillusioned, conservative base, Ryan’s speech was a pure philosophical moment. As the Wisconsin congressman delivered his acceptance speech, the audience heard words it hadn’t heard on a national stage since Ronald Reagan 30 years ago.

August 20, 2012 | 2 Comments More


O_MarxSocrates (470-399 B.C.) – a renowned Greek philosopher from Athens who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a method of teaching by asking leading 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 Socratic dialectic being Veritas – Truth.

August 13, 2012 | 0 Comments More


washington120728When President Obama goes off prompter, he usually tells truth … at least the “truth” as he sees it. Obama’s quote above not only reminds me of Karl Marx, the father of socialism and communism, moreover, his arrogant, anti-business, anti-capitalism screed reminds me of the words of Thomas Jefferson who wisely said, “A government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take away everything you have.” Perhaps that’s why so many Marxists and socialists professors and liberal teachers are rewriting and revising history today, because they don’t want the voting public to be knowledgeable about the truth of history, politics and economics.

July 30, 2012 | 3 Comments More


washington120721There are three major root causes of black mob violence (i.e., pathology) – promiscuity (abortion), ignorance and crime. These societal evils were encapsulated in Dinesh D’Souza’s revelatory 1995 book, “The End of Racism.” We’ve heard all these solutions before, and liberal psychologists, sociologists, political scientists, civil rights organizations, race demagogues and Marxist academics from just about every tangential field of study have written thousands of volumes over the past 50 years trying to “solve” this seemingly intractable problem of black pathology in modern society.

July 23, 2012 | 6 Comments More


washington120714The fifth and final sophism by the left that undermines realism, truth and historical accuracy, or what David Barton in his new book on Jefferson calls “the five malpractices of modern history,” is Academic Collectivism, “whereby writers and scholars quote each other and those from their peer group rather than consult original sources. This destructive and harmful tendency now dominates the modern academic world, with a heavy reliance on peer review as the almost exclusive standard for historical truth.”

July 16, 2012 | 1 Comment More


washington120707Minimalism is chiefly exploited by single-issue groups looking to force their agenda to the head of public discourse. Since these movements frequently lack widespread public interest or support, they desperately seek to increase their standing by glomming on to an issue possessing much broader public appeal than their narrow agendas possess, thus making that person or organization appear to establish their goals. (PETA, NOW and the ACLU are leftist organizations adept at this.)

July 9, 2012 | 0 Comments More


washington120630If we sometimes forget that under those black minister robes lie corrupt and corruptible men and women of flesh and blood, then Thursday’s ruling by SCOTUS should have been a sobering wake-up call for all Americans who love and revere the U.S. Constitution. Rush Limbaugh, citing a Politico editorial two days before called “Justice Roberts big moment,”pulled back the veil to reveal the real intent of what was at stake:

July 1, 2012 | 0 Comments More


washington120623In writing about what historian David Barton calls “the five malpractices of modern history,” we formerly discussed Deconstructionism, meaning to overturn all the binary oppositions of metaphysics, and Poststructuralism, an idea marked by a rejection of totalizing, essentialist, foundationalist concepts such as the reality of truth or the will of God.

June 24, 2012 | 0 Comments More


washington120616Poststructuralism is marked ‘by a rejection of totalizing, essentialist, foundationalist concepts’ such as the reality of truth or ‘the will of God.’ Poststructuralism discards absolutes and is ‘a-historical’ (that is, non- or anti-historical), believing that nothing transcendent can be learned from history. Instead, meaning must be constructed by each individual for him- or herself, and historical meanings may shift and change based on an individual’s personal views.”

June 17, 2012 | 0 Comments More


washington120609Conservative historian David Barton, in his outstanding new book, “The Jefferson Lies: Exploring the Myths You’ve Always Known About Thomas Jefferson,” has once again presented an opus that shines the light of truth on the lies and propaganda of atheism, progressivism, liberalism, humanism and secular elites who possess a venal hatred for American exceptionalism.

June 11, 2012 | 0 Comments More


washington120526Did socialism kill Greece? It’s an obvious question as the country that gave us Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, the Greek Septuagint and Western civilization teeters on the brink of economic catastrophe. Will Greece leave the European Union (EU) and forsake its globalist currency, the euro, and return to the drachma? Most experts think at this point there is a 50/50 chance Greece will. When Greece leaves the EU, will the inevitable economic collapse of the nation lead inexorably to the total collapse of the EU and all of Europe? As Americans, why should we care what happens in Europe?

May 27, 2012 | 1 Comment More


supreme-court`2Like the proverbial hydra of Greek mythology, the deadly multi-tentacles of what I’ve termed the “Progressive Revolution” have so reached, affected and deconstructed every aspect of truth, law, politics, economics, culture and society that today it is nearly impossible to deduce what our Founding Fathers actually envisioned the laws of the country to be. Over the past 100 years, Congress, the president and the courts have so expanded federal power as to make states rights a dead letter.

May 20, 2012 | 0 Comments More


washington120512 If I Were the Devil. If I were the Prince of Darkness I would want to engulf the whole earth in darkness [Paganism]. I’d have a third of its real estate and four-fifths of its population, but I would not be happy until I had seized the ripest apple on the tree. So I should set about, however necessary, to take over the United States [U.N. Globalism].

May 13, 2012 | 0 Comments More


washington120505Socrates (470-399 B.C.) – a renowned Greek philosopher from Athens who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a method of teaching by asking leading 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 Socratic dialectic being Veritas – Truth.

May 6, 2012 | 0 Comments More


This article is a detailed and substantive analysis of a declassified Nazi report on German family and inheritance law compiled shortly after World War II by the American Office of Strategic Services Research & Analysis. Dated July 16, 1945, the document is titled, “Nazi Changes in the Field of Family and Inheritance Law” (R & A No. 3092).3 The report is divided into two sections: I. The Law prior to 1933; II. The Law since 1933. This division is significant for Adolph Hitler, who became the Chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933, even though his Nazi Party did not possess a majority of the votes. …
Throughout this article I will follow and augment the ideas, research and writings of scholars like Youngson, Bergman, Shirer, Stein, Bloom and Wiker, among others. I will particularly focus on their shared thesis that Hitler and the Nazis purposely and systematically revolutionized German law to facilitate application of Social Darwinist policies like eugenics, natural selection and survival of the fittest, and systematically applied these diabolical ideas to every conceivable aspect of German society. These facts will become particularly evident for application and purposes of this paper in my analysis of German and Nazi laws on marriage, family and inheritance law.

May 5, 2012 | 1 Comment More