An emeritus professor at Denison University (DU) says he is “annoyed” and “irritated” at “white Americans” who chant “All Lives Matter,” because it “betrays a covert, if not overt, white racism,” and that they need to “purge [their] white privilege.”
There are more than 70,000,000 firearms owners in the United States. We comprise the largest militia (U.S. Supreme Court Justice William B. Woods, 1886) force the world has ever seen. We outnumber the active duty US Army, Reserve and National Guard seventy times over. We also outnumber all the nation’s sworn law enforcement officers by the same amount. Given those numbers, why do we let the progressives and communists in our government dictate to us what we can legitimately do with our firearms? It is absolutely ridiculous.
“No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA,” the suits started the chants again and again. Of course, me being the instigator that I was, began to even ask the protestors around me if they even knew what Fascism was. They had no clue. There was one protestor who bore a sign with Mussolini’s profile on it. I asked again, and again, and yet they even seemed shocked to hear my actual definition of Fascism be, “an economic policy devoted to strong central dictation with nominal private control, intense regulation, and dedication to autarkic principles in trade.” The look in the eyes of the anti-Trumpians would be similar to “404 Error.”
Disaster could come anytime, anywhere. It could be a widespread, system-wide event, or it could be a personal crisis. Hopefully you have your home and family as prepared as you can be for any and all such SHTF situations.
Yep, this is how it goes, and I hope a know-nothing PC slave by the name of Harvey Araton who just about demanded Ray Moore be fired can keep his job at the N.Y. Times a bit longer in order to help readers sleep more during the long hot summer coming up
We are busy seeking self-improvement and well-being by all the pathways open to us, drip fed through the media, in the guise of articles on meditation and learning to cope, delivered by personal trainers, life coaches or even the Dalai Lama, all searching for some understanding of a world that is increasingly incomprehensible.
One deli owner was in for quite a surprise when two armed robbers attempted to clear him of $300 only to have a friend run in at the last minute, save him, and get both robbers to surrender. This is why you don’t knock off your neighborhood deli — people are really finicky about who makes their sandwiches and tend to get aggressive when anyone else tries to mess with the deli who gets it right.
Government as we know it is coercive, corrupt, wasteful, bullying, incompetent, divisive, invasive, and destructive. It is a monopoly funded by theft and debt. It is ruled by unelected bureaucrats. It is ruled by rigged elections... And it is an arrogant liar, telling us we can’t live without it. That’s the premise we have to reject.
Do Americans have the right to learn whether a foreign government helped finance the 9/11 attacks? A growing number of congressmen and senators are demanding that a 28-page portion of a 2002 congressional report finally be declassified. The Obama administration appears to be resisting, and the stakes are huge. What is contained in those pages could radically change Americans’ perspective on the war on terror.