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According to the recent media headlines, the way to end racism is to destroy statues. Well, an iconic elk statue has been burned in Portland, Oregon, so does that mean racism is now dead? Portland protestors were rightly mocked after setting fire to an elk statue. On Wednesday night, protestors …

I’ve recently written a couple of articles of men who are beginning to stand against tyranny in government and the lawlessness of the people in anti-American movements across the US. We’ve been seeing a steady increase, beginning with women and I believe it’s only going to grow, but be wary, …

Not long after 9/11, Adham Amin Hassoun, a Lebanese ‘Palestinian’ computer programmer, was arrested at a Florida traffic stop. The arrest had been a long time coming. Hassoun had entered the United States on a student visa in 1989 and quickly got involved in Islamic terrorism. By the early 90s, the FBI …

This Saturday, July 4, America celebrates the 244th anniversary of the adoption of our Declaration of Independence. On July 4, 1837, John Quincy Adams said these words about Independence Day: Why is it that, next to the birthday of the Savior of the world, your most joyous and most venerated …

It’s admittedly somewhat dispiriting – the idea that we’re going into the 244th anniversary of Independence Day with so little to celebrate in the context of our nation’s current status and future. For some, our annual Independence Day celebrations may have been just another day off of work, but for …

Executive orders by both the usurper, Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah and current President Donald Trump have used education as a means to the workforce end for the economy’s sake, not personal freedoms. As a result, the Marxist agenda, which is a global agenda, continues to march forward, taxypayers are …

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”  Amendment II, The U.S. Constitution The Second Amendment is perhaps one of the most straightforward Amendments in the Bill of Rights. Yet, it remains one …

The coin shortage in the United States is becoming quite severe, and a lot of people are deeply concerned about where this might be leading us.  But if you don’t run a business or deal with coins on a regular basis, you may not even know that it is happening.  …

As we enter the 245th year of the independence of these United States, it seems more than appropriate that we pause and consider what “independence” means, from whence it originates, and, perhaps most importantly, how it can be preserved for future generations.  At the heart of the Declaration of Independence …

The barbarians are at the gates. Actually, the barbarians are inside the gates and on the streets. They are tearing down statues left and right. As we celebrate our national birthday this week, the Fourth of July, it doesn’t feel like a celebration. Harvard professor Dr. Cornel West says that …