|My Memories Of James Brown By (Brock Townsend)|
Sunday, October 31, 2021
A recent study in Israel found that vaccinated people were 13 times as likely to be infected – and 7 times as likely to be hospitalized
The British government is warning that people who receive the vaccines appear to have a less complete immune response to Sars-Cov-2 after infection.
Maybe even more concerning, scientists now have found evidence the vaccines may produce worrisome longer-term changes in the immune system.
What do you call a city where 99.7 percent of adults over the age of 18 (as registered in the last census) are fully vaccinated but now fighting one of the highest Covid-19 infection rate in their nation? You call it Waterford, Ireland.
Waterford City’s south electoral area has a 14-day incidence rate of 1,486 cases per 100,000 of the population, three times the national average which stands at 493 infections per 100,000 people.
More @ The Gateway Pundit
Virginia’s Democrat Party sued the Post Office last week in Richmond’s Federal District Court saying the handling of absentee ballots may deprive thousands of their right to vote. Democrats bemoan the possible impact on the outcome of Tuesday’s extremely tight race to elect Virginia’s next Governor.
Faced with the prospect of losing the top job in a state that has been trending bluer with each election cycle, Democrats appear to be laying the groundwork for potential legal recourse to dispute a Republican win. In shades reminiscent of former United States President Donald Trump, Democrats allege that up to 300,000 mail-in ballots may be impacted by a slow-down in mail handling. Unlike Trump, however, they are not waiting until after the election to file legal action claiming election irregularities.
More @ RTM
Wisconsin audit findings: 44,272 individuals voted without proof of ID. The margin of victory in on 20,000
Wisconsin audit findings:— Christina Bobb (@christina_bobb) October 22, 2021
44,272 individuals voted without proof of ID. The margin of victory in on 20,000
One Wisconsin representative is calling for decertification of the 2020 presidential election.
Back in July, Wisconsin Representative Tim Ramthun called for a full forensic audit.
Had he not advocated for this audit, Wisconsin’s rampant absentee ballot abuse would likely remain hidden.
Rep. Ramthun made a statement discussing the results of the Legislative Audit Bureau report on Thursday.
71 out of 75 Districts in Uttar Pradesh, India – Its Most Populated State – Reported No Covid-19 Cases in 24 Hours After Implementing Ivermectin Protocol.
Public schools attempting to indoctrinate children with woke ideologies have been a problem for years. But Broward County, Florida, is reportedly taking things to a whole new level of crudity.
I was SO honored to be invited to chaperone @WiltonManorsES’s field trip to the incredible Rosie’s! The students and I had a fun walk over and learned a lot about our community! A huge thank you to @RosiesBnG for hosting this special field trip every year! pic.twitter.com/A3rpMbyUJP— School Board Member Sarah Leonardi (@bcpsleonardi) October 27, 2021
On Wednesday, Broward County school board member Sarah Leonardi
tweeted pictures of a field trip she took Wilton Manors Elementary
students on. The problem was the destination of the field trip was a gay
More @ Flag & Cross
“False flags have happened in this country,” an unidentified female speaker is heard to say in the clip aired on Carlson’s Fox News show Wednesday night, “one of which may have been January 6.”
While Tucker Carlson may very well be on top of the conservative news world at the moment, that doesn’t mean that he’s wholly immune to criticism, as evidenced by his latest controversy.
Carlson, in teasing a new exposé on the events of January 6th, mentioned that possibility that the event was a “false flag” attack.
More @ Flag & Cross
Saturday, October 30, 2021
A reporter asked Cristiano Ronaldo: ′′ Why are you older and you still live with your mother?" ′′ My mother raised me, sacrificed her life for me. She sleeps hungry so I can eat at night. We don't have money.
My mom works 7 days a week and evenings extra cleaning to help me buy football, so I can feed my dream of becoming a player. All my success is reserved for her. And as long as I'm alive, she'll always be by my side and have everything I can for her. My mother is my refuge and my greatest gift.
I think, money doesn't make you rich. In fact, there are some people who are so poor that all they have is money. True wealth is found in gratitude for the gifts and blessings of life"
Friday, October 29, 2021
Editor’s Note: United States Senator Thomas F. Bayard delivered this speech in January, 1875 on the 60th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans. Bayard, later United States Secretary of State, considered the military occupation of New Orleans to be an unconstitutional usurpation of power and a direct assault on republican government. He denounced Gen. Philip Sheridan, insinuated that President Grant was as corrupt as the “sham” government that presided over the State, and called on the American public to physically resist these actions by the Republican Party.
Mr. President: I call for the reading of the resolution now before the Senate, and of the amendment of the Senator from New York.
The Chief Clerk. The resolution is as follows:
Resolved, That the President of the United States is hereby requested to inform the Senate whether any portion of the Army of the United States, or any officer or officers, soldier or soldiers of such Army, did in any manner interfere or’ intermeddle, with, control or seek to control, the organization of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, or either branch thereof, on the 4th instant; and especially whether any person or persons claiming seats in either branch of said Legislature have been deprived thereof, or prevented front taking the same, by any such military force, officer, or soldier; and if such has been the ease, then that the President inform the Senate by what authority such military intervention and interference have taken place.
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|For Skipperdaddy ||South Vietnamese Air Force A-1E (AD-5) Skyraider|
before that the VNAF pilots were like kids with new playtoys when we
sent them back up near the end, after the ***Skyraiders had been
grounded because of money. They loved them. I caught a hop on a *Bird Dog from TSN to Bien Hoa once, and man, they could land and stop on a dime.
Really impressive. They have an **A-37 Dragonfly on display at the War
Museum in Saigon. They also had a Huey there and they would rent you a
flak jacket and helmet, so you could get a picture taken behind the
doorgun. Vietnamese Communists!
It was still called the Museum of American War Crimes in 1992 when I went there, so I wore my T-shirt with a picture of the Soldier's Statue in DC on it with the three soldiers, and the words "Vietnam, We Were Right Then, We Are Right Now, We Have Always Been Right" and a large American Flag on the back. Kerry's picture was indeed in there, though it was removed when he ran for President, I read.BT)
"We went by jeep to a nearby rice paddy where an *O-1 was stranded on a cart path with barely a foot clearance on either side of the landing gear," Youngblood recalls. "Dogood paced off the length of the path, put some gas from a tanker truck into the plane. Then he got in and in a cloud of dust flew the O-1 off the cart path."
Escape to U Taphao
"In the final days of the Vietnam war, chaos and heroism converged in the effort to evacuate U.S.-supplied aircraft."
"The copilot’s wife had been leaning outside, helping load passengers at the front entryway. As the plane lurched forward, she fell. The left main gear rolled over her, crushing the woman. No one told the copilot until the aircraft landed in Thailand."
Biden Gang Reportedly Running Secret Lists Used to Prevent Outspoken Political Opponents from Owning Guns – Laura Loomer Speaks Out on This Injustice
Between the No Fly List and the NICS List, there are two secret lists the government uses to strip American citizens of their constitutional rights. But they do so in secret. With no charges. No hearing. No due process. It is a remnant from Soviet Russia and it needs to end. pic.twitter.com/CtvAq1fWxi
Between the No Fly List and the NICS List, there are two secret lists the government uses to strip American citizens of their constitutional rights. But they do so in secret. With no charges. No hearing. No due process. It is a remnant from Soviet Russia and it needs to end. pic.twitter.com/CtvAq1fWxi— Rep. Paul Gosar, DDS (@RepGosar) October 28, 2021
I’m pleased to announce I will be working with Congressman Gosar on ANTI-RED FLAG legislation so the FBI & DOJ can no longer politically target Americans & strip them of their Second Amendment Rights!
Representative Paul Gosar accused Biden’s government of maintaining two secret lists that it uses to strip its enemies of their constitutional rights. These enemies, like activist and congressional candidate Laura Loomer, are those Americans who love God, their country, and freedom.
Representative Paul Gosar (R-AZ) released a letter this week he sent to Biden’s corrupt Attorney General Merrick Garland addressing the secret lists he has put in place illegally and unconstitutionally.
More @ The Gateway Pundit
Re: "The existence of slavery in the North has been whitewashed and sent down the memory hole.
Frankly, most of our American history as we learn it in school – especially in recent decades – is court history. It is a narrative. In the age of political correctness, our American history has been rewritten, often by Socialists and extreme leftists who have a Marxist (Economic or Cultural) agenda."
That's precisely true,and well-said. I am a historian and know whereof I speak, as I have been inside the belly of the beast, so to speak.
Slavery is a human institution, once found in all places and times and cultures; wherever humans were, there was bondage and slavery also. Yet, when one reads an academic text on it, of the kind used in many history departments to teach our young people, there is no mention of that - or scant mention of it. Instead, it is invariably a littany of sins specifically of European civilization and the United States, i.e., the West. They call it in leftist circles, "The Atlantic Slave Trade," meaning that their courses and books leave out anything that happened in most of Africa, the Middle East, Asia or the rest of the world.
These books and course also conveniently omit the fact that Muslims are the greatest slavers in history, meaning that they have taken (as captives), bought, sold and owned more slaves than anyone else in human history. Few westerners know it, but slavery was only outlawed in much of the Arab world starting only in the 1960s, and the last Islamic nations of Africa to render slavery a crime, Muritania, did so in the 21st century.
What is also left unsaid and untold is that two western nations, specifically the U.K. and the U.S., did the most to eradicate slavery in the Christian/non-Muslim world over the last two centuries.
Slavery is still common in the Islamic world, only now it is practiced more-discreetly and quietly so as not to offend or embarrass the Arab's oil business partners or the tourists coming to those new resorts in Dubai, UAE, or the like.
You are also quite correct that older texts are more-reliable and free of the crippling and ridiculous ideological cant now found in so many modern works. If you want to learn something new, read an old book!
Story by VNAF MA MN @2005
IN MEMORY OF Lieutenant NGUYEN MANH DUNG (VNAF's 516th Fighter Squadron)
1946 - April 30, 1975
In 1970, Lt. Nguyen was assigned to the 516th Fighter Squadron, 1st Air Division in Da Nang after completing flight training in the US. He was one of the last Vietnamese fighter pilots who flew the A-37B Dragonfly to fight courageously against the advancing North Vietnamese troops (NVAs) with T-54 tanks just before Saigon was overrun.
In 1972, his A-37B was shot down by anti-aircraft fire while he provided aerial fire support to ground units (the South VN Marines). However, he managed to bail out to safety, during the NVAs Easter Offensive.
On March 28, 1975, while Da Nang air base was in chaos, he was assigned to reinforce the 6th Air Division in Pleiku and later, in Phu Cat. This air base was evacuated thereafter.
In mid-April, 1975, Lt. Nguyen's new assignment was to regroup into the 526th Fighter Squadron, 4th Air Division in Binh Thuy, Can Tho. He continued to follow orders from his superiors, and as always, flew into the hottest battle zones, to destroy the NVAs.
In April 30, 1975, at about 09:30AM - 10:00AM, he took off in his A-37B fighter from Binh Thuy air base with First Lt. Dong on his right for their last mission: Destroy the enemy's T-54 tanks that were on the way to attack Hoang Hoa Tham camp and Bay Hien. As usual, Lt. Nguyen did this in tandem with his FAC, L.19 spotter plane, the Hoa Mi 93. This plane acted as an advance scout for Lt. Nguyen's plane, spotting targets for him to bomb. Piloted by Capt. Mai Tri Dung, and First Lt. Bien, 122 OS, the Hoa Mi 93 had taken off a short time earlier from Dong Tam airport in My Tho. This was one of the last heroic missions of the South VN Air Force, which was once the fourth largest air force in the world.
After landing at Binh Thuy air base, Lt. Nguyen and Second Lt. Dong were stunned by news that Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam had surrendered bitterly. By then, the streets of Saigon, Can Tho and all of the cities of SVN, were blanketed with chaotic masses of people, all trying to find a way to escape the advancing NVAs. Lt. Nguyen then decided to take off again for the last time, with his beloved friend, the A-37B Dragonfly.
On this final flight, he ascended into the sky with a fuel tank nearing empty. Nobody has known of his fate since.
Lt. Nguyen, together with many SVN soldiers, was chosen to take a stand and defend our beloved country to the death. He and many others could have left the country and fled to Thailand, Singapore, or the Philippines, like so many did in those final days. They did not. They went above and beyond the Duty, sacrificing their lives for our country.
WE HAVE LOST YOU, LT. NGUYEN MANH DUNG; BUT WE'RE PROUD OF YOU!
Submitted and Remembered by:Proud friend: Second Lt. Huynh Bach Khoa, 516th FS, VNAF - Proud brother: Lt. Nguyen Cuong Viet, HQ 600, VN Navy (Reposted from The A-37 Association)
Some art works and photos are properties of their owners, the rest by VNAF MA MN.© Copyright 2005 vnafmamn.com.
Thursday, October 28, 2021
It has become fashionable to bash the South – not only by removing war memorials or looking the other way as they are vandalized, but even in discussions of things like slavery. It’s never just slavery; it’s Southern slavery. The existence of slavery in the North has been whitewashed and sent down the memory hole.
Frankly, most of our American history as we learn it in school – especially in recent decades – is court history. It is a narrative. In the age of political correctness, our American history has been rewritten, often by Socialists and extreme leftists who have a Marxist (Economic or Cultural) agenda. Often the best history books are the older texts. And the very best ones are based on the original sources themselves – the compilation of which is painstaking and a great exercise in patience.
More @ The Abbeville Institute
Ireland 🇮🇪: Highest Covid hospitalizations despite having the highest vaccination rate (91%) in Europe— Dr. Eli David (@DrEliDavid) October 27, 2021
Ireland COVID-19 numbers
Ireland has a 91% vaccination rate, one of the highest in the world.
Ireland also is experiencing a major outbreak.
If you thought the “cancel culture” movement was bad, just wait until you hear this story. On Tuesday, the nation’s leading parks nonprofit released a lengthy guide on how to speak in “woke” terms. The written diatribe included tips like this: avoid using the term “Americans.” It also gave details about how to keep the term “white” lowercase, but that the term “Black” should be capitalized.
This information came from the National Recreation and Park Association’s (NRPA) exhaustive 17-page “Equity Language Guide.” This document is intended for parks and recreation professionals and it provided detailed instructions on what words were now acceptable or unacceptable in speaking about race, age, gender, sexual orientation, and ability.
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The primary purpose of the Deep State instigated the Capital “riot” was to shut down the Senate debate AROUND THE WAY THE ELECTION WAS STOLEN. That was its real purpose and I wish more people would recognize that. The “riot” was an orchestrated false flag intelligence operation closely coordinated with compliant elements of mainstream media. The only "insurrection" in Washington was the deep state coup that installed a senile puppet as our president. Of course, after they achieved their prime objective of shutting down the Senate investigation into the rigged 2020 election, they shifted to using it as the excuse for installing their totalitarian police state. DOMINION
Please enjoy this video of Lori Lightfoot getting booed.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 27, 2021
A red wave is coming. If Democrats are getting booed off the stage in deep-blue cities, then you know their days are numbered.,Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot was speaking at a union fundraiser. Keep in mind that the unions overwhelmingly support Democrats.Well, at the fundraiser, things got so bad that Lori Lightfoot was booed off the stage.
Samuel W. Mitcham, Jr. has a remarkable ability to cut right to the chase when analyzing history. It no doubt comes from his extensive knowledge and perspective gained from a lifetime of writing (over 40 books) and reading about the events of the past which define us today.
The text of the inside front cover of Mitcham's It Wasn't About Slavery, Exposing the Great Lie of the Civil War starts with "If you think the Civil War was fought to end slavery, you've been duped."
More @ Charleston Athenaeum Press
“In individuals aged greater than 30, the rate of a positive COVID-19 test is higher in vaccinated individuals compared to unvaccinated.”
The American people have been inundated with the phrase “pandemic of the unvaccinated” as the White House has embarked on a relentless push for universal Covid ‘vaccination’ for months regardless of medical necessity.
But new data out of the United Kingdom throws into question whether vaccination is a public health matter at all, given that the so-called vaccines’ ability to slow the spread is dubious at best.
More @ RTM
The Tarheel State’s largest teachers’ association is led by a high school history teacher called Bryan Proffitt. Sounds normal, except Proffitt is a “revolutionary” communist working for the Chinese-affiliated group Liberation Road.
Formed in 1970, the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) claims to be “the ONE VOICE of educators,” but the group also represents school employees (bus drivers, janitors, cafeteria workers), retired teachers, as well “student members.” According to think tank Civitas, NCAE has roughly 29K members and rakes in revenues of $8.3 million per year.
More @ Education First Alliance NC
I have a great deal to do today – yes, Gentle Reader, I have a life away from the computers, as implausible as that may sound – so this will be a brief piece. First, the response to:
…has been overwhelming. It suggests that I’ve touched a nerve that’s been just short of firing, possibly for a long time. I hope that’s to the good.
More @ Liberty's Torch
Wednesday, October 27, 2021
George Will writes what amounts to a review of Allen C. Guelzo’s biography, Robert E. Lee: A Life in the Washington Post. The review and apparently the book are disparaging of Lee. Considering who Lee was and the fruitful historical mindsets who have lionized him, both black and white: (Churchill, Eisenhower, both Roosevelts as well as Booker T, Washington to name but a few) it is no small wonder that an old tired reader-less student like Will would cast irreverence (more like comedic) at Lee.
“Lee was the noblest American who had ever lived and one of the greatest commanders known to the annals of war.” Winston Churchill.
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Last week, on the set of the Western Rust, Alec Baldwin accidentally shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, a 42-year-old wife and mother. The projectile (that we assume was a bullet) went into her chest, came out her back, and hit the shoulder of Joel Souza, the 48-year-old director. Souza thankfully recovered.
Since the shooting, there have been many reports of everything that went wrong on that set. Unfortunately, there has also been a concerted media and public relations effort to treat Baldwin not only as blameless but as a victim.
While I don’t disagree Baldwin is, in a tragic way, a victim, it is also true that he may be a victim of his own negligence and/or recklessness. Like a driver who takes his eyes off the road to text, Baldwin certainly did not mean to kill anyone, and we have to feel for a man who’s going to have to live with such a thing. Nevertheless, his behavior might have contributed to this avoidable tragedy.
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WATCH: Senator @TomCottonAR fact checks Attorney General Merrick Garland's use of the Biden DOJ's own memos and documents.
(Be sure to read all the way to the 7th paragraph)
The need for self-defense is imminent. Just because there’s no one at the door threatening to break it in, doesn’t mean the home isn’t under assault. They’ve just found better ways of getting into the house, of surveilling those inside, of punishing someone for their private thoughts. Are you being punished? Are you being denied employment even with ten million open jobs? This is not the same type of war that has been engaged in before. How long before one’s demand for civil and human rights is cause for punishment? Right now. It’s government policy to do it and there’s minions to carry it out.
No matter what the government and its cohorts in the woke corporate environment are doing, it gets worse. When the winter comes and there’s a couple of million newly-arrived illegals roaming about, demanding food and shelter, demanding that governments take food from your mouths and give it to them, we’ll see. When Biden’s infrastructure bill and budget bill drive hyperinflation (think Venezuela) and all of your savings buys one last sack of groceries, we’ll see.
More @ 12 Round
Brock: How much chance does an armed population have against the United States government? What does the power disparity say about American political culture? These are the questions we tackle in our recent article "A Distributed Capacity for Violence: A Brief History of Weapons Technology and Political Power." We think it's an excellent, nuanced take on this topic with a long historical context on this important topic. As always.........~~ Sam
The Constitution contains a powerful set of ideals and a wise system of governance, based on a deep reading of classical and medieval history as well as Renaissance philosophy. However, none of this matters if no system of force is in place to keep and defend the Constitution.
Ultimately, this what the 2nd Amendment is about: A distributed capacity for violence guaranteed to private citizens so that they may serve as a check and balance on the power of the state.
America’s Founding Fathers understood an uncomfortable truth: Behind every law is the implicit threat of force, and behind every vote is the implicit threat of rebellion. Such a bargain is what holds a free society together. And no society with a wide power imbalance remains free for very long.
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Doug Rogers was an Economist and Research Scholar of great insight who inspired many others with his enthusiasm, integrity, humor and humility.
He graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Economics in 2007 from West Virginia University and entered the graduate program at George Mason University pursuing his PhD in Economics.
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Exclusive Interview — Watch: Buffalo Wrangling Kristi Noem Takes on her Critics, Exposes the Biden Agenda, and Celebrates the American West
Need more like her.
Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD) told Breitbart News that her background farming and ranching informs her decision-making in politics, serving as a foundation for what she calls her “problem-solving, common-sense approach” to governing.
“This is a special place,” Noem said in an interview in Custer State Park after its annual Governor’s Buffalo Roundup. “These traditions really remind people of our history and they remind us of where we all come from. We love it—we just think it reconnects us to the outdoors and to other people.”
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Tuesday, October 26, 2021
The latest Democratic spin attempt to smear concerned parents who are battling local school boards is unraveling rather quickly.
In my Morning Briefing for Tuesday, I wrote that the Democrats and their flying monkeys in the mainstream media had shifted from calling parents “domestic terrorists” to assuring everyone that their worries about what their children are being taught in school are nothing more than phony political outrage. I’ve been saying for several weeks that I don’t think the Democrats really thought this one through, and a couple of things happened a few hours after that Briefing was posted that would indicate this to be so.
More @ PJ Media
First I've seen this.
In the late 1980s, when telemarketing was at it is peak, a company called our home during dinner. I picked up the phone and handed it to my dad. This is what we heard him say:
"I'm not interested."
"No. No, thank you."
"Well ... I'm not ever going to die."
And then he hung up. My mom and I looked at each other, and then him, with looks of incredulity. He explained that it was a company selling life insurance.
For a long time, I believed just that -- that he was not going to die. That he would be here dropping knowledge on me, my family and the rest of the world forever.
More @ The Times Examiner
The Declaration of Independence in 1776 established two great principles asserted by the Colonies, namely: the right of a State to govern itself; and the right of a people to abolish a Government when it becomes destructive of the ends for which it was instituted. These were the principal themes of the South Carolina Declaration of the Immediate Causes for Secession on December 24, 1860.
At the University of Virginia, Room No.13 on the fabled Lawn is reserved as a permanent shrine to Edgar Allan Poe, who reportedly lodged in the room during his brief time on campus (or “the grounds,” as we say). One wonders what Poe, though a proud Virginian, would think about this honor — he was not terribly happy with his time at “Mr. Jefferson’s University,” complaining that his economic and familial poverty isolated him from his fellow students. He later wrote:
I could associate with no students, except those who were in a similar situation with myself – altho’ from different causes – They from drunkenness and extravagance – I, because it was my crime to have no one on Earth who cared for me, or loved me.
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“If Hitler Said Something Like That You Wouldn’t Think It’s Funny – You’d Think It Was Evil” – Eric Metaxas on Barack Obama’s Disgusting Weekend Speech (VIDEO)
Eric Metaxas: Well, I wanted to start on a moderate note but I have failed because here is what I am going to say – Him saying that is as if Adolf Hitler said we need to put an end to antisemitism. Enough. If Hitler said something like that you wouldn’t think it was funny, you wouldn’t think it was hypocritical, you’d think it was evil. It’s a level of lying that unfortunately rises to evil. It is so despicable that a president who was profoundly divisive, I mean as divisive as it gets… They have been caught trying to promote cultural Marxism in America, trying to destroy the country. They have been in bed with China. When he pretends to care about the COVID pandemic… I think eight years of Obama convinced us that there’s not a syllable of truth in anything he says.Over the weekend Barack Obama proved once again that he is the most divisive and hate-filled president in American history who lied so much that his words became meaningless by the time he left office.
Obama told Democrat supporters in Virginia Trump supporters are insurrectionists and the greatest threat to democracy in America today.On Monday bestselling author Eric Metaxas joined Steve Cortes to discuss Barack Obama’s latest disgusting attacks on American parents.
Steve Cortes: A culture war started in the ’90s and then massively accelerated with Barack Obama as President of the United States. Isn’t it rich then that this very man is the one is now lecturing us because the right is now starting to fight back, and telling us we shouldn’t be engaging in this culture war that he started.
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In August Gateway Pundit contributor Cassandra Fairbanks broke the story on Dr. Fauci's use of taxpayer money to torture beagles in barbaric animal testing.
Dr. Fauci funded a study in Tunisia where beagle dogs were eaten alive by parasite-infected flies.
Dr. Fauci also spent over $16 million in taxpayer funds on disturbing "toxic brain injection" experiments on monkeys in 2018.
And Dr. Fauci was more recently caught funding gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China laboratory blamed for the production and leak of the coronavirus.
Fauci lied about his funding of the lab under oath numerous times.
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‘Let’s Go Brandon’ And ‘F*** De Blasio’: Thousands Of NYC Workers March Against Vaccine Mandates & Let’s Go Brandon’ Songs Dominate #1 and #2 on iTunes Charts
Thousands of city workers and first responders protested against vaccine mandates in New York City on Monday.
The marchers, which included members of New York City’s fire and police departments and other emergency services, shouted chants of “Let’s go Brandon,” “F*** de Blasio,” “Hold the line,” “U.S.A.,” and “We will not comply” while moving through the streets of the city and across the Brooklyn Bridge. Protesters can be seen waving American and Gadsden flags, as well as a variety of signs.
More @ The Daily Wire
Monday, October 25, 2021
Evidently all female commies, regardless of race, are ugly.
Says Caucasians are 'committed to being villains'
During a speech defending Critical Race Theory in schools, a Rutgers University professor unleashed an unnerving attack on white Americans, saying they needed to be "taken out."
Brittney Cooper, an associate professor of women's and gender studies and Africana studies, said: "The thing I want to say to you is, 'We gotta take these mother******s out,' but like, we can't say that, right? I don't believe in a project of violence, I truly don't," because "our souls suffer from that."
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JIM CAVIEZEL at Patriot Double Down, Las Vegas, points out that....— Joe Dan Gorman - Intellectual Froglegs (@JoeDanMedia) October 25, 2021
"THE STORM IS UPON US..." in a powerful speech, which combines both Ronald Reagan's famous speech from the 60's and Braveheart. pic.twitter.com/3oGfNsYPUw
Herewith a tale of a personal secession and how
it came about. It is possible (though unlikely) that some will not be
interested in my fascinating mental states. I think, though, that
numbers may share them without admitting it. Since many are talking if
only wistfully about secession from the Union, and worry that they are
no longer where they were a few decades back, even though they haven’t
gone anywhere, I offer some thoughts that may resonate.
Time was, you could be fond of America. It wasn’t perfect, as no country is, but you could like it. I am not speaking of patriotism, which usually means a loutish jingoism, but rather a sense of place, a fondness for a region and a people.
This I had. I am, in a sense that surprises me, a Southerner. I didn’t think of myself this way until recently. It didn’t seem to matter.
At about age four I lived a year in Biloxi, Mississippi while my father taught some math course at Keesler AFB, then five in Robert E. Lee Elementary in Arlington, Va., then two in Athens, Alabama, five in rural King George County, Virginia, and four in Hampden-Sydney College, which my Venable ancestors founded, in Prince Edward County, Virginia.
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Meet Ray Epps: The Fed-Protected Provocateur Who Appears To Have Led The Very First 1/6 Attack On The U.S. Capitol
I questioned Attorney General Garland about whether there were Federal Agents present on 1/6 and whether they agitated to go into the Capitol. Attorney General Garland refused to answer. pic.twitter.com/RHq3Yd2pbu— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) October 21, 2021
In a House hearing on Thursday, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) questioned AG Merrick Garland about a mysterious man, Ray Epps, instructing protesters to enter the US Capitol building on January 5, and who later shepherded crowds towards the Capitol on January 6.
The story of the mystery man, Ray Epps, featured in Rep. Massie’s video above is in fact far more shocking than even the good Congressman implies in the hearing. It’s a story so strange, and so scandalous at every turn, that it threatens to shatter the entire official narrative of the “Capitol Breach” and expose yet another dimension of proactive federal involvement in the so-called “insurrection” of January 6th.
More @ Revolver News
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the Chief Medical Advisor to the President, on Sunday over a new letter from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) about whether the NIH ever funded gain of function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Vanity Fair reported:
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On Sunday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) appeared on “Sunday Morning Futures” with Maria Bartiromo to discuss a variety of issues, including vaccine mandates.
During the segment, after Bartiromo spoke about police officers possibly losing their jobs across the country as a result of vaccine mandates, DeSantis stated that he hopes to sign legislation to help bring out-of-state officers to Florida.
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More than 7,000 illegal immigrants have been arrested by Texas state agencies since Operation Lone Star began this spring, and thanks to the way the project works, not even the Biden administration can release them.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott created Operation Lone Star as a counterpoint to the feeble attempts by the Biden administration to curb the flood of illegal immigration that’s inundating Texas border communities.
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Sunday, October 24, 2021
Frank Sanborn of Concord, Ma, resists arrest by Federal Marshals in regard to his support of abolitionist John Brown, illustration published in Harper’s Weekly, circa 1860
But perhaps the greatest evil was a private enlistment company, headquartered in Boston, set up to bring immigrants from Europe to serve in the Union army. It originated in the fall of 1863 when John Murray Forbes spoke with associates about encouraging foreign immigration as a way to increase the State’s manpower quota
The North’s war-weariness in late 1863, despite the capture of Vicksburg and stand-off at Gettysburg, had increased after the well-publicized greed of manufacturers supplying shoddy equipment to the army, and speculators overcharging the government “for everything from spoiled food to broken-down horses . . . was everyone out to feather his own nest? Was it fair for some men to go out and put their lives on the line while others stayed home and made big profits?” Bostonian aristocrat John Murray Forbes insisted that Lincoln now frame the war as a struggle by “the People against the Aristocrats” of the South.
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Which brings us to the point and purpose of Cultural Marxism; it is a method of conquest. Not conquest with guns, tanks, planes, or armies, but with ideology. Control the dominant ideas in a nation, and you can control the nation itself.
The Red Trojan Horse: A Concise Analysis of Cultural Marxism, by Alasdair Elder
Elder has written a book examining, first, the history of Cultural Marxism, and second, the situation today. In this post, I will review and examine the history.
He offers, early on, his meaning of the term:
Cultural Marxism is a wide-ranging designation which refers to the promotion and employment of Critical Theory.
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A local ICU physician – who fought the Covid pandemic on the front lines for 18 months – is out of a job after refusing to get the vaccine.
Dr. Mollie James said she was employed at two health systems in the Midwest, including in St. Louis, for much of the pandemic. She was also splitting her time between local hospitals and one in New York.
James has worked as a trauma and acute care surgeon for 11 years, four of which were spent in St. Louis.
“When the pandemic hit I just felt a calling to go to New York when they called for volunteers,” she said. “So I went there in April of 2020 and I liked being in the midst of it. My purpose for going was to help them out, but also to see what they were doing in real time and what was the most effective for patients so I could bring that back to the community.”
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"Oh Boo Hoo, Admiral Levine." Twitter takes down U.S. Rep. Jim Banks’ tweet misgendering trans admiral Rachel Levine
What is it?
Via John You can say the vilest things you want on Twitter - as long the person you're talking about is not some liberal. They're 'special'. You're not. That's the bottom line message from Twitter. If you believe in reality, then there is no place for you on Twitter.
Earlier this week, the Republican congressman who represents Indiana’s 3rd Congressional district misgendered Dr. Rachel Levine, U.S. assistant secretary for health, in a pair of tweets.
Levine, the nation’s highest-ranking openly transgender official, made history on Tuesday as the first openly transgender four-star officer in the uniformed services when she was sworn in as an admiral of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.
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