Category Archives: Editorial

Building Community – Part 3

I was asked the following question tonight by Diane Rufino: David, any ideas on how to help conservatives organize across the country so that if the government devolves according to the leftist plan and all hell breaks loose, we can … Continue reading

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Obama Reveals True Thoughts On Trump: “He’s Nothing But A Bullshitter”

According to two anonymous sources friendly with the Obamas, People Magazine revealed that Obama frequently describes Trump as “nothing but a bullshitter”…  “He’s nothing but a bullsh–ter,” Obama told two friends early last November, describing an election night phone call … Continue reading

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Let’s Connect the Dots, by Robert Gore

If Seth Rich was the source of the WikiLeaks’ DNC email disclosures and the FBI knew it, then the Russian hacking story was a fabrication, and James Comey was probably involved in an attempt to drive President Trump from office. The … Continue reading

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Sen. Thom Tillis Collapses

Sen. Thom Tillis collapsed during a Washington, D.C., race Wednesday morning and was taken away in an ambulance, but he later released a video proclaiming his health and eagerness to get back to work. Observers told The Associated Press that … Continue reading

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Is Trump Derangement Syndrome curable?

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To Serve Americans

Mainstream media outlets are currently having screaming hissy fits over unsubstantiated reports that Donald Trump, noted lunatic, actually held a meeting with disgusting, potentially world-destroying Russian bastards and told them top secret anti-terror information which has only been widely reported … Continue reading

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History Speaks Through the Monuments on the National Mall

by Diane Rufino I visited the Jefferson Memorial to commune with my favorite Founding Father. Jefferson is perhaps the single reason I am so very proud to be an American. The principles he articulated in the Declaration of Independence, which … Continue reading

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Financial Weapons Of Mass Destruction: The Top 25 U.S. Banks Have 222 Trillion Dollars Of Exposure To Derivatives

The recklessness of the “too big to fail” banks almost doomed them the last time around, but apparently they still haven’t learned from their past mistakes.  Today, the top 25 U.S. banks have 222 trillion dollars of exposure to derivatives.  … Continue reading

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What, We Worry? by Robert Gore

Over the weekend hundreds of thousands of computers around the world were afflicted by ransomware called WannaCry that encrypts files and makes them inaccessible unless the owner forks over a Bitcoin payment. The ransomware exploited a bug in Microsoft software … Continue reading

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Two private organizations …

… in a death struggle to control the power of government, and with it our lives, liberty, and property:   Source: ZeroHedge

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Are You Ready to Die?

by Paul Craig Roberts “Fifty years ago, the streets of Leningrad taught me one thing: If a fight is inevitable, you must strike first.” Vladimir Putin On April 26—16 days ago—Lt. Gen. Viktor Poznihir, Deputy Chief of the Main Operations … Continue reading

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Government

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Domestic Enemies Only Leave Office One Way

I watched 13 Hours last night. It brought to mind several questions on accountability. If there are no consequences for lawless acts or the enforcement of illegal laws under the Constitution, is there a Republic or a facade for the … Continue reading

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The Appalachian Messenger – May 5, 2017

This week’s edition of the Appalachian Messenger has articles by: Robert Gore Cataclysm Selco “Ordinary Day”, Part 1 Samuel Culper April 28 Executive Intelligence Summary Click here for the May 5, 2017 edition.

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