Sunday, July 8, 2018

Amerika: How The South Won The 'Civil War'

Via Billy

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Human groups cannot coexist because they are headed in different directions, whether ethnic, cultural, religious, racial, or political. Democrats now realize they cannot coexist with us, and we cannot have one leader for both factions. The USA is a dead letter, as is the EU for the same reason.

Most people have trouble separating cause and effect because it requires diligence, analysis, and creativity to understand that a cause is separate from related events. For example, a proposed plan may have disadvantages, but the causal question is whether or not it achieves what it intends to achieve.

In the same way, people have trouble understanding historical causes versus pretexts, touchstones, and political justifications for war. Many still think that the Civil War was about slavery, when in fact it centered on the issue of autonomy for the states.

The North wanted to capture the Southern economies because, as producers of cotton, the South was charging high prices for the raw materials the North required to make into textiles. Vertical integration, or ownership of those Southern farms, would make more money for the North, whose economy was otherwise becoming unstable.

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"If winning for America is crazy I don't want to be sane"

Via Dennis 

Top 10 Vietnam War Movies

Virginians and the Exploration of the West


Tutorial schooling by local pastors was the rule in the Virginia Piedmont of Meriwether Lewis’s youth. Parson William Douglas had taught three American Presidents in their childhood – Jefferson, Madison and Monroe. Lewis was tutored 1789-1790 by Parson Matthew Maury in a rude log building, Albemarle’s Classical School, on the lawn of Edgeworth Farm. Maury was the father of the renowned Matthew Fontaine Maury of naval and hydrographic fame.

Captain Meriwether Lewis and his Corps of Discovery were to depart on the epic journey West by the end of June, 1803, but it was July 4th when he actually left Harpers Ferry, Virginia.  It is said that westward expansion brought on the 1861-1865 war as the original thirteen States wrangled, as in New England threatening secession in 1814, over the new possessions.
Bernhard Thuersam,   The Great American Political Divide

Virginians and the Exploration of the West

“The expeditionaries carried tomahawks and scalping knives . . . the [.69 caliber] horse pistols were probably of the North and Cheney Model of 1799. Lewis was meticulous in his choice of rifles for the expedition . . . and [designed his own] “Harper’s Ferry Rifle” which resembled the Kentucky rifle but he had the easily damaged stocks reduced to half-length and the overall length of the .54 caliber piece was only 47 inches.

So efficient was Captain Lewis’s design that the rifles were used as models for the first “mass-produced” Army rifle in the United States. On May 25, 1803, the Secretary of War found the new rifle so functional that he ordered 4,000 of them manufactured for the troops.

Historians have wrangled for decades over just what was Jefferson’s intent in sending Lewis and Clark – exploration, commerce or conquest? It was clear enough to Lewis from his orders. While he awaited Clark’s decision [to join him] before contacting his second choice as a companion, Lieutenant Moses Hook, he read and reread the amended instructions drawn up and given him by the President.

“The object of your mission is to explore the Missouri River, & such principal stream of it as, by its course and communication with the waters of the Pacific Ocean, whether the Columbia, Oregon, Colorado or any other river, may offer the most direct and practicable water communication across this continent for the purposes of commerce.”

Jefferson ordered Lewis to fix, by coordinates of longitude and latitude, all “remarkable” points on the Missouri, such as rapids, islands, and the mouths of tributaries, the variations of the compass, the exact location of the portage between the Mississippi and Pacific drainages. He urged Lewis to make his observations with great care and to record them, as well as all of his notes, in several copies for safety against loss.

The President ordered him to become acquainted with the Indian nations, to determine their numbers and the extent of their possessions. He wished to know their languages, traditions and occupations, including agriculture, fishing, hunting, war and the arts. He was interested in their relationship with other tribes, their food, clothing and tools, their diseases and remedies, their laws and customs and the articles of commerce they possessed or desired, all to encourage future trade and their ultimate civilization by the United States.

Jefferson insisted that Lewis’s entry into the Far West be a peaceful one. “In all your intercourse with the natives, treat them in the most friendly and conciliatory manner which their own conduct will admit; allay all jealousies . . . [and convey] our wish to be neighborly, friendly and useful to them . . .”

(Meriwether Lewis, a Biography, Richard Dillon, Coward-McCann, Inc., 1965, excerpts pp. 14; 42-44; 50)

Peter Navarro - How Trump Will Win Against China on Trade - Well worth the time

Redux: American Jews - how can you justify more Islamic refugees?

Via David

In my first crie de coeur to my fellow American Jews I addressed the suicidal nature of American Jews’ advocacy of Islamic immigration.  I’d like to build on that, pleading with you again to grasp that your support of Islamic migration and “diversity” is nothing short of a civilizational death wish.


The streams of “refugees” pouring into Europe are not assimilating; rather, they are forcing Europe to assimilate to them.  As Stephan Molyneux said in an interesting video piece about the emerging governmental crisis in Germany, “Altruism [to refugees] can only go so far before it comes [cultural] self-immolation”.

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Devin Nunes calls for House probe of 42 Obama-era anti-Trump activists

Via Billy

Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif questions U.S. Trade Representative Amb. Robert Lighthizer during the hearing on trade policy before the House Ways and Means Committee on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, March 21, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

Rep. Devin Nunes is referring 42 Obama administration officials, FBI agents and outside political activists to a House task force for an investigation into how the Obama Justice Department targeted the Donald Trump campaign.

If the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and Judiciary Committee agree, their task force would conduct the most extensive probe to date on anti-Trump government operations in 2016.

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Rudy Giuliani: Mueller investigation the 'most corrupt investigation I have ever seen'

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Rudy Giuliani, one of President Trump’s lawyers, lambasted special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, calling it the “most corrupt investigation” he’s ever seen.

“This is the most corrupt investigation I have ever seen that the Justice Department is allowing to go forward,” Giuliani told ABC News on Sunday. “I’ve never seen an investigation with texts from FBI agents, now seven of them, that have such extraordinary bias.”

The former New York City mayor was referencing messages exchanged by FBI employees that were hostile to Trump. The messages were revealed in a report from the Justice Department's inspector general last month.


Vietcong Activities shot by amateur cameramen. Vietcong in the field, with villagers. Vietcong build booby traps and defenses in the Jungle. Stage Vietcong axercises marching, patrolling and setting up defenses. Vietcong in the cjungle listening to political lectures. Vietcong digging tunnels, cleaning an repairing weapons, and planting mines. Vietcong in the field, cultivating crops and making explosives with locals. Vietcong listening to male and female speakers.

Trump 'making an impact' on NATO as allies ramp up defense spending: Ambassador Kay Bailey Hutchison

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President Trump has already made a major, unprecedented impact in getting NATO allies to spend more on their own defense, U.S. NATO Ambassador Kay Bailey Hutchison told "Fox News Sunday."

"I've worked for three presidents, all of whom have said the same thing," Hutchison said. "Now, I think for the first time, we are really seeing the Europeans start going in the same direction. Every ally is now increasing defense spending -- we've had the largest increase in defense spending snce the Cold War."

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This Sunday (July 8, 2018), Guns, Politics and Freedom” will feature an interview with Greensboro resident Mark Robinson, whose eloquent defense of lawful gun owners to the Greensboro City Council went viral, leading Robinson to be featured on Fox News and elsewhere.

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Ice Most Wanted

Via Richard
This was my letter to the Editor at the Enquirer this morning…

I would encourage everyone to go to and click on the “Most Wanted” tab.  You’ll observe page after page of illegal alien murderers, drug dealers, rapists, bank robbers and various and sundry thugs like these criminals.  They have last names like: Gutierrez, Hernandez, Moreira, Chicca-Ramos etc., etc., etc.

Many leaders of the democrat party want to eliminate ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement).   Would someone explain to Maxine and the rest of the progressive liberal democrat goofballs and Rob Reiner and his brain dead Hollywood types that it’s ICE that tracks down and arrests these criminals.  I just don’t think this should be that difficult to understand?  However if you’re looking at these criminals from a DNC standpoint these are all future democrat voters--how sad!  Don’t laugh it’s true.  Some nut case named Assadigue Abdul-Rahman, an organizer for a liberal advocacy group in Virginia was the person most responsible for having (guess who) Hussien Obama sign an Executive Order in 2016 that restored voting rights for convicted felons.  Each state has to individually vote to approve this craziness but several liberal leaning states already have. 


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