400 Years Later
The below document, written four hundred years ago, came to be called the Mayflower Compact. It was signed in November 1620. It formed a government for “advancement of the Christian faith.”
Those who prefer non-Yankee history can look to the First Charter of Virginia in 1606. King James, Defender of the Faith, decreed the colony would spread “Christian Religion to such People, as yet live in Darkness and miserable Ignorance of the true Knowledge and Worship of God, and may in time bring the Infidels and Savages, living in those parts, to human Civility.
Review of Prairie Fire: Guidebook For Surviving Civil War 2
There are .50 BMGs mounted on rust-pocked Dodge pickups that patrol the sere, endless rangeland of West Texas. There are adobe walls formed from the hardpan Texas dirt, in the style of Afghan qalats, protecting ranches from Midland to El Paso.
There are bodies of blue-haired, gender-confused commies, in various stages of putrefaction, adorning telephone poles along route 285. “Smashing Fascism Is My Cardio” and “Burn the Deplorables” T-shirts remain faintly legible despite the unrelenting sun and West Texas haboob winds.
The Elusive Kraken
Imagine that fairly high-ranking government officials, former mayors and prosecutors, hold a press conference accusing the Joint Chiefs of Staff of planning to shoot down an American airliner. They say the plan is to blame China, Russia, or Cuba.
They admit that they have no first-hand knowledge of the false flag plans but insist their sources are reliable. They say to be patient.
Immediately they are depicted as nuttier than a Christmas fruitcake.
When Biased Journalism Is A Crime
Journalists who knowingly incite hatred against their fellow citizens risk criminal prosecution under international law. Some have been sentenced to life in prison.
This fact will be of mere academic interest to American journalists, who are even-handed and unbiased and would never incite hatred against, say, older white conservatives or Trump voters. We are fortunate our disinterested guardians of the public interest are on the job.
The United Nations may be corrupt and opposed to the Second Amendment and largely a waste of American taxpayer dollars, but it has produced one useful thing.
The Helicopters of Chile Return
Portland’s descent into blue-haired, gender-confused madness is something new in America. The city’s criminal justice system tolerates vandalism and assaults by communist thugs, while punishing normal Americans who dare to protect themselves.
Street commie antics in Washington, D.C. last weekend suggest this political rot is spreading. If we give anti-American Portlandesque district attorneys a bit more time, the scoundrels may turn a blind eye to more violent crimes as well.
No Other Way Out
History suggests that when enough voters realize an important election is stolen, things get messy. If enough Trump supporters conclude this happened on Election Day, the outcome is likely to be unpredictable, and not in a way that our betters will enjoy.
The term for this species of fraud is electoral authoritarianism. It happens when a nation’s ruling elites maintain a façade of a democratic process. Opposition parties are allowed to win some races, but not the ones that matter.
A Parable of the December 2020 Coup
Bob was grateful to be one of the new congressmen elected in the aftermath of the left’s armed insurrection of December 2020.
The year after the Troubles was a heady time. Old Glory flew proudly once again. Normal Americans wanted to make sure things like the siege of the White House and the Battle for Trump Tower would never be repeated. At least the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower had arrived in time to save Mar-a-Lago from being pillaged by a mob of unmarried, unhappy, gender studies majors from Duke.
A Doctrine of Americanism
Communists are fanatics. They will do 100 percent more to tear down and destroy our government than we will to uphold it and defend it. Furthermore, they are well organized, although few in number. There are probably not more than a million Communists and Communist sympathizers in the United States.
The reason I abhor Communism, perhaps more than most, is that I am naturally somewhat of a liberal.
The Revolutionary Red Zone
Wresting control of a once-free republic like America has been a painstaking job for our gulag-obsessed revolutionaries. They understand that if the people’s revolution kicks off too early, normal Americans might object in no uncertain terms.
Our betters would love to set up guillotines for deplorables and sundry subhumans who continue to spew their hateful rhetoric about their Constitution and their Second Amendment and their God-given rights. One wonders if the People’s Liberation Army might be enticed into a little recreational target practice in corners of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.
An Irredeemably Corrupt System
One benefit of this week’s election is that it has exposed a political system that is irredeemably corrupt.
We have convincing evidence the creatures working to steal the election are brazen and shameless. They think they will get away with it.
They are probably right. Nobody went to jail for spying on President Trump’s campaign. IRS officials including Lois Lerner retired with full pensions after unlawfully targeting their political enemies.