Thursday, January 28, 2021

Orwell's final warning - Picture of the future

Franklin Graham accused of helping incite Capitol rioters (Not a parody)

Via Billy


Enraged leftists blast Christian leader for statement he believes Trump

An activist group accusing former President Trump, Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and evangelist Franklin Graham of "inciting the attack on the U.S. Capitol" is urging board members of the two ministries Graham leads to fire him.

Board members of Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association – for which Graham serves as president and CEO – are the targets of a petition drive by the group, Faithful America.

Faithful America is described by D. James Kennedy Ministries as "a left-wing group" founded by the National Council of Churches and funded in the past by George Soros.

FA also has launched a campaign to prevent anyone from publishing Hawley's new book.

More @ WND

Is White House Creating a Firing Squad Lawn? US Army Old Guard Role? Regimental Order?

 Via G.W. Long

I am informed that firing squads are very much on the agenda for January and February.  The below graphic shows how firing squads could be used on the White House lawn, with kneeling traitors and the firing squad shooting down into the grass. There is no need to set up a wall. There are those that want the firing squads at Guantanamo, but I personally think they need to be right here in DC, on the White House lawn.  First up, subject to Military Tribunal process and judgement: the Governors of Pennsylvania, Michigan,  Georgia, and Wisconsin followed by the Governors of California and New York. The Old Guard (photos and links below) is the logical provider of the entire spectrum of capabilities needed to do national-level firing squad executions for treason. This is my personal view and does not reflect any privileged access to WH, DoD, Army, or TOG plans and intentions.

More @ PIB

The Bad Theology of America’s “Original Sin”


Slavery, we are repeatedly told, is America’s “original sin.”  But unlike the effects of Biblical original sin, there is no possible atonement.  The Left and its racial Grievance Factory will never let original sin be blotted out or separated from American politics.  In the words of Yale historian David Blight, there exists a “the living residue” connected to African slavery that is “ever-present yet ever-changing in our world.”[1] 

According to research by Heartland Institute scholar Duke Pesta, students entering American colleges “are convinced that slavery was an American problem that more or less ended with the Civil War, and they are very fuzzy about the history of slavery prior to the Colonial era. Their entire education about slavery was confined to America.”[2] 

More @ The Abbeville Institute

Report: 'Climate Czar' Kerry Still Owns Private Jet... ...Warns: 'We Have 9 Years Left'


Report: 'Climate Czar' Kerry Still Owns Private Jet...

...Warns: 'We Have 9 Years Left'

Kerry to oil and gas workers: Let them make solar panels!


This prompts a tough question: Is “make solar panels” the new “learn to code,” or the new “let them eat cake”? The correct answer is … yes. When confronted with the obvious job-killing outcomes in the American energy sector of Joe Biden’s new energy and climate-change policies, new “climate czar” John Kerry intoned that those workers will have to make “better choices” in the future.

More @ Hot Air

Lysander Spooner's No Treason: The Georgia SCV's 10 Law Suits Defending Confederate Monuments and the First Amendment

Lysander Spooner (1808-1887) was a "Champion of Liberty, a lawyer, abolitionist, entrepreneur, legal theorist and scholar" according to the plaque on his birthplace in Athol, Massachusetts. He's known for setting up a post office to compete with the government but it was shut down. He is author of a number of famous works including No Treason., and The Unconstitutionality of Slavery. He is still influential in libertarian circles and was cited in two United States Supreme Court Cases recently. Justice Antonin Scalia cited him in District of Columbia v. Heller, which struck down Washington, DC's ban on handguns in 2008. Justice Clarence Thomas cited him in McDonald v. Chicago, a 2009 firearms case.

More @ Charleston Athenaeum

Milking the Capitol Melee for All It’s Worth

Via Billy     

Not surprisingly, leftists are milking the January 6 Capitol melee for all its worth. There is a simple reason for that: they wish to use it to introduce a new wave of domestic tyranny into America, just as Republicans did after the 9/11 attacks. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if they start referring to the melee as simply 1/6.

That’s why they continue to describe the melee as an insurrection, revolution, rebellion, sedition, terrorism, invasion, and a grave attempt to destroy our democratic system and overthrow the government. It’s clear, according to leftists, that the intent of the “invaders” was to take control over the reins of the federal government and make Donald Trump king. I wouldn’t even be surprised if they determine that Russia was behind the “invasion.”

More @ LRC

Rt COVID-19 By State

 Via 4Branch

COVID-19: The Straight Facts - 

Below are up-to-date values for Rt, a key measure of how fast the virus is growing. It’s the average number of people who become infected by an infectious person. If Rt is above 1.0, the virus will spread quickly. When Rt is below 1.0, the virus will stop spreading.

More @ RT Live

Louise Allen House and Smiley Cottage Warrenton, NC $35K, 2,992 Square Feet Requires Complete Rehabilitation

 Louise Allen House and Smiley Cottage


Architectural and Historical Information Preservation

The Louise Allen House is a lovely, large home built in the 1840s in the Greek Revival style and later refashioned in the Colonial Revival style, which was highly popular in the early 1900s. When the house was redesigned in the 1920s, a brick veneer was applied and additions were made including a warm, south-facing enclosed sunroom. The interior of the home retains several elements of the 19th century, including some elegant neoclassical mantles by noted Warrenton builder Jacob Holt and prominent Greek Revival woodwork. The interior also includes a graceful double staircase with delicate turned balusters, which was added in the 1920s.                          

More @ Preservation NC