Category Archives: History

Indian-American appoints Black-American to Senate, but it doesn’t matter because racism or something…

The news of the day is that Indian-American governor of South Carolina has appointed Tim Scott to replace Jim DeMint in the U.S. Senate.  Scott will be the only Black American serving in the Senate and only the 7th in the entire … Continue reading

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Where’s the handbasket? The country’s gone all to hell….

It’s been a while as I’ve watched on the sideline as the country continues to spiral ever downward into a cesspool of liberal induced death, like an unsuspecting impala dragged down to his death by a crocodile in a Nature … Continue reading

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Bitter Clinging is Back!

Just when you thought it was over, Obama has brought back a beloved meme from the 2008 election. Bitter clinging is back for a repeat performance! I — I do think that it’s important for us to recognize that right … Continue reading

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The Feminist Plantation

I don’t think there is anything I can add to this: Originally posted at NewsReal 90 years after the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, giving women the vote, Democrats are actively seeking to figuratively repeal the amendment. They … Continue reading

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I may be conservative… but I’m still Black

Conservative AND Black In my political journey from idealistic stalwart Democrat to die-hard conservative, I have paid little price for my convictions, chiefly because I tend to keep my political opinions to myself and don’t really feel like arguing with … Continue reading

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The Revolutionary Vanguard 3: The Roosevelt Revolution

I have already discussed here and here a bit of the connections between the French Revolution of 1789 and the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917.   When I left off I was discussing the Progressive Era which gave birth to the modern … Continue reading

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The Revolutionary Vanguard Part II: the revolutions of 1789 and 1917

In my previous post on this topic, I discussed in brief that both the Russian revolution of 1917 and the French Revolution of  1789 were led by urban educated elites who sought to impose their revolution on the more conservative … Continue reading

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