(Ethan Hay) Communist governments have always sought to have complete control of the flow of information, so as to preserve their legitimacy on the world stage, but there is ample reason to believe that they control the flow of information to ensure that the historical brutality of their regimes remains unknown.
(Staff Writer) I recently did a show on the fall of Rome and was fascinated by how robust and established Ancient Rome really was by even modern standards. Their road systems, buildings, supply lines, and architecture are better than some countries have today.
(Frank Salvato) A group of Democrat state lawmakers in Georgia are seeking the destruction of one of the most iconic symbols of the Confederacy as they attempt to move legislation to expunge the South from the US Civil War.
(Dr.Micki Pistorius) True leadership knows no gender and despite societal condemnation or restrictions of the gods, powerful women have risen to the challenge and stepped up to take the reins of governance firmly in their delicate hands.
(Dylan Charles) If you’ve felt at all like you’re in a spiritual war right now, you’re not alone. Many of the world’s greatest scholars, philosophers and ascetics understood the world to be multi-dimensional and co-inhabited by non-physical beings both good and evil, always at war with us and each other.
(George Duncan) The search for a voice of reason is difficult in the thick of so much fake news. Fortunately, patriots are familiar with a number of reliable journalists, researchers, and inside sources. General Michael Flynn might be the most grounded voice on the information landscape. You won’t believe what he had to say in a recent interview.
(Lawrence W. Reed) “Civil disobedience” evokes a range of reactions when people hear the term. Some instinctively wince, regarding it as anti-social or subversive. Others, like me, want to know more before we judge.
“Don’t know what bit me but my shoulder was on fire and swelling fast. Before picture ouch! After picture about 30 minutes later after applying Pure Body drops directly to sting, and taking Pure Body spray internally and externally.”—Lisa M.
(Chandra Loveguard) Before last week’s inaugural shenanigans, the Trump Team had posted a significant document about the history, purpose and challenges of the Republic of the United States of America. Why would the Biden team yank it immediately off of Whitehouse.gov? Related Trump Signs Executive Order For ‘1776 Commission’ by Chandra Loveguard, January 23rd, 2021 […]
(Staff Writer) Rest assured that I don’t expect anyone who isn’t already familiar with this sort of thing to believe it in any way, shape or form. And at this point, you shouldn’t. I highly recommend not taking any of this seriously at the moment, but simply adding it to your general knowledge base in much the same way as you happen to be familiar with The Lord of the Rings or Watership Down. Think of it as a metaphor, or, if you prefer, a palindrome. But in light of all of the post-election anomalies, it might serve you well as a useful conceptual reference point for interpreting events in the future that you happen to find inexplicable.
(T.R. Clancy) In the foreword to the 1946 edition of his novel, Brave New World, Aldous Huxley anticipated the continued emergence, perhaps in novel forms, of statist totalitarianism:
(Vox Day) Alexander Macris explains why you will not be spared the repressive tolerance, no matter how beautifully you cuck or how slavishly you denounce everyone to your right:
(Jim Hoft) Never Forget: When the Democrat-Media Complex is freaking out over some atrocious act it’s typically something they’ve condoned for years.
(Rebecca Hagelin) The freedoms we enjoy in America today originated in Judeo-Christian ideals that date back to long before the American Revolution. As we teach our families to appreciate those freedoms, we also have the privilege of introducing our children to the rich Christian heritage that so profoundly influenced the development of this young nation. Here are just a few highlights in American history of faith being the impetus for freedom.
(Martin Luther King, Jr.) I am forced to preach under something of a handicap this morning. In fact, I had the doctor before coming to church. And he said that it would be best for me to stay in the bed this morning. And I insisted that I would have to come to preach. So he allowed me to come out with one stipulation, and that is that I would not come in the pulpit until time to preach, and that after, that I would immediately go back home and get in the bed. So I’m going to try to follow his instructions from that point on.
(Archaeology World) Archaeologists found something much more fascinating than they got credit for when searching under the waters of Lake Michigan for shipwrecks: they uncovered a rock with a prehistoric carving of a mastodon, as well as a collection of stones arranged in a Stonehenge-like manner.