Saturday, May 15, 2021
Via Marc Marshall
The story of how the fourth son of a minor 12th century baron rose to be one of the richest men of his day, Regent of England and governing the country on behalf of the boy-king Henry III, is most certainly a true knight’s tale!
The remarkable story of the life of William Marshall is chronicled in the Histoire de Guillaume le Maréchal, the only known written biography of a non-royal to survive from the Middle Ages. The poem, composed after his death by an unknown author called John, extols William as being ‘the best knight in the world’, and offers a unique window into courtly life of the time.
William was born around 1146. As the younger son of a minor noble he would have understood from a very early age that he could expect no lands or riches to come knocking at his door, and that he would have to make his own way in life. When he was about 12, William was packed off to his mother’s cousin William de Tancarville in Normandy in France, to begin his training as a knight.
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I thought that gas station pic with Hunter was fake, but this guy RECORDED it!! 😂😂 Bless this ballsy gas station! 🇺🇸⚔ pic.twitter.com/PHfAlTxBZv— Coyote Outlaw (@ThatF_ckerYote) May 15, 2021
Props to this creative patriot.
Lewis Country Store in Nashville, Tennessee is trending for trolling the Biden family and the sharp rise in gas prices during the first 100 days of Sleepy Joe taking office.
Just beneath the gas prices at their store, a series of memes blasts Biden.
The real kicker is the picture of Hunter Biden smoking crack with a message beside it saying “Hope Gas Prices Don’t Get Too High.”
More @ WLT
BREAKING REPORT: Vimeo CANCELS Mike Lindell’s MyPillow Account..— WeLoveTrump (@WeLovePresTrump) May 15, 2021
CLAIM: "the purpose of your account is to promote content from a banned user"..
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Mike Lindell responds to having his Vimeo account deleted, and points out this this effects his business in a big way.
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Wisconsin is officially auditing the results of the 2020 Election, with the official announcement coming today according to Newsmax reporter Emerald Robinson.
Robinson announced on Twitter, “The state of Wisconsin authorized an audit of the 2020 election!”
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“Had Mike Pence had the courage to send the Electoral College vote back to states for recertification and had Mitch McConnell fought for us instead of being the weak and pathetic leader he is,” he wrote, adding, “we would right now have a Republican President who would be VETOING the horrific Socialistic Bills that are rapidly going through Congress, including Open Borders, High Taxes, Massive Regulations, and so much else!”
45th President Donald Trump targeted Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in a new statement released today that focused, on the surface, on the admission from the Wall Street Journal that virtually every poll was wildly separate from reality in 2020, but also poked at McConnell’s lack of support.
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& from yesterday: A Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment
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Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, non-partisan professional association of physicians since 1943
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During the ongoing debate regarding the removal of the monuments honoring Confederate Generals, those in support of the statues often say in defense, “The statues are part of America’s history; we need to learn from history.”
While this statement is of course true, I do not believe it is appropriate in this context, as “learning from history” is synonymous with “learning from our mistakes.” A more accurate (though accidental) translation would be, “We need to keep Robert E Lee’s statues up because he was a bigot who fought to keep Blacks enslaved… and we need to learn from our mistakes.”
General Lee’s life was not a “mistake to learn from.” The lives of the vast majority of the Confederate Generals were not a “mistake to learn from.” The statues commemorating their lives are a positive thing.
Why would I make such a claim?
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The long American descent into Marxism is reminiscent of the 1920’s Soviet Union as the Bolsheviks consolidated their revolution and restructured culture and society. In the late 1920s the term “cultural revolution” was redefined to mean aggressive class war, considering it anti-revolutionary to accept cultural change as a peaceful, evolutionary process. Stalinists adopted this class warfare, as opposed to class conciliation, official Party policy.
Further, in education, “credentialism” became official policy as
non-Party indoctrinated faculty were purged, library shelves examined
for books by anti-revolutionary authors, and research grants awarded
only for ideologically pure scholarship.
The new political climate affected educational institutions and policies . . . [as it] touched off a vast wave of purges at all levels of the educational system, which [conservatives] tried in vain to halt. At institutions of higher learning widespread purges of faculty and students were accompanied by drives to enhance ideological purity.
At Smolensk State University the Cultural Revolution was launched in the spring of 1929. Party organs forced the replacement of key administrators with trusted Party figures and ordered the new leadership to improve the social composition of the student body, to communize the leading organs and scientific workers of the university, and to create conditions “which would aid to the maximum the task of training cadres of real builders of socialism.”
Party members now dominated the governing board of the university as well as the faculty of social sciences . . . [and were encouraged] to press forward with expulsions of “socially alien and hostile students and reactionary scientific workers.” Further purges of “reactionary” faculty followed.
Massive expulsions of students of intelligentsia and bourgeois origins took place . . . to increase the representation of students with proletarian background. The extension of rabfaks [worker’s faculty] designed to prepare poorly educated workers for entrance into the university and the effort to recruit students of designated social background or political affiliation to fill assigned quotas began to have a dramatic impact on educational statistics.”
(Cultural Revolution in Russia, 1928-1931, Sheila Fitzpatrick, editor, Indiana University Press, 1984, excerpts pp. 89-92)
AMERICA AAAAAAAA 😭😭💀 pic.twitter.com/RNkpQfR6Iq— Simone Hanna (@simonelhanna) May 14, 2021
A teacher at Poynette High School is on administrative leave while the district investigates an incident that occurred with a student on Tuesday.
The teacher is heard telling the student, “people don’t like you, I don’t like you,” and “you should hear about how everybody talks about you”. The teacher also calls the student a “jerk, “dink” and “dummy.”
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Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz sent a letter to Defense Secretary Austin
I am deeply troubled that the comments you made, and the military’s broader obligation to avoid political endorsements and controversy, are being systematically undermined for the sake of leftwing ideology and political expediency. The last week has witnessed the Pentagon mobilize systematic, public attacks against television host Tucker Carlson that in substance, tone, and political resonance are inexplicably inappropriate.
Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Defense seeking records of communications between Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and other top military officials regarding Fox News and its host Tucker Carlson, whose recent commentary on the U.S. military was attacked by top Pentagon officials (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Department of Defense (No. 1:21-cv-01225)).
Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia after the Department of Defense failed to reply to a March 16, 2021, FOIA for:
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