Monthly Archives: July 2017

Killing Them is Killing Us, by Robert Gore

The murdered cannot forgive. Their blood won’t be washed. There is something eerily fascinating about cold-blooded murderers—a staple of Hollywood thrillers and crime dramas—killing without emotion or remorse. Ordinary humans, afflicted with guilt for minor, not even criminal transgressions, can’t … Continue reading

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Who Is Today’s Enemy?

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Ronald Reagan was correct that wars must be fought in order to secure our children’s future. What he did not foresee was the fruition of Eisenhower’s warning of the military-industrial complex which promotes war for profit. The enemy today is … Continue reading

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Saving Ryan’s Privates

h/t Bart G

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Japanese Are Going “Hog Wild” Buying $19,000 Doomsday Shelters

North Korea’s latest ICBM test demonstrated once again that all of Japan is within striking range of the Kim Jong Un’s missiles, as it has been for a long time. But it appears the North’s intensifying campaign of missile tests, which … Continue reading

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Sessions or Tillerson for the Next Sacrifice?

I am pleased to inform you that I have just named General/Secretary John F Kelly as White House Chief of Staff. He is a Great American…. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 28, 2017 …and a Great Leader. John has … Continue reading

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I Agree with McConnell: We Deserve Better

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Now they will go on vacation and tell themselves how much they “tried”. David DeGerolamo

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Thought for the day …

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Another Example of Arrogance

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What people fail to understand is that the House of Representatives can fire any elected House representative by a majority vote. Mental incompetence or corruption is a basis for this vote in Mad Maxine’s case. The classic example of a … Continue reading

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American Hammer and Sickle

T.L. Davis Incremental collectivism is difficult to spot; it is sloth-like in its deliberation, but it does move and sometimes it helps to look back down the road to see how far it has come. Maybe that’s also the only … Continue reading

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What Would Jesus Do to Idols?

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Area Intelligence

For the better part of two years, potential students have asked me to put an e-course online because they couldn’t make it to a physical course. I was hesitant because I wasn’t sure that I could do an e-course that … Continue reading

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Former CIA Director Calls For A Coup If Trump Fires Mueller

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In the most vocal opposition to president Donald Trump yet, former CIA Director John Brennan said that if the White House tries to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, government officials should refuse to follow the president orders, as they would … Continue reading

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THE REPUBLIC OF EMOTION

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The Trajectory of Collectivism

by T.L. Davis The elites of today envision themselves modern day Pharaohs willing to enslave us all for their grand vision. What is that vision? Who knows? Who cares? The fact that they feel entitled to redirect our lives to … Continue reading

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Strip Mining the World, by Robert Gore

The richest vein in the history of predatory mining is just about played out. A gigantic mine engages in every conceivable destructive practice—strip mining, heap leaching, tailings dams and ponds and so on. It pays such low wages its workers … Continue reading

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