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The one about how WE ARE THE GOLD Originally penned and posted on February 29, ARSH 2012. The next day Western Rifle Shooters Association reprinted it in full (everyone has full reprint permission – I’m not writing this stuff to exercise my fingers, I’m writing it to be read), and the following comment showed up on the WRSA thread. I found it quite humbling. Hopefully it encourages folks to read this piece, despite its length. Continue Reading →
Before dealing with the nuclear arsenals of rogue nations, the U.S. and Russia must first lead the effort by phasing out their own nuclear weapons, argued Chuck Hagel in largely unreported remarks during a 2009 Al Jazeera interview. Al Jazeera host Riz Khan asked Hagel to address the disarmament of “rogue” states – referring to Iran and North Korea. Before dealing with the nuclear arsenals of rogue nations, the U.S. and Russia must first lead Continue Reading →
Americans are getting a bit of advice from a columnist in Pravda, which long was considered the voice in front of the massive power of the Soviet Union: Keep your guns. “This will probably come as a total shock to most of my Western readers, but at one point, Russia was one of the most heavily armed societies on earth,” wrote Stanislav Mishin in his recent column on a news website that uses the same Continue Reading →
India today, America tomorrow (www.RemnantNewspaper.com) The stark reality of deadly schoolhouse violence and the intellectual fraud that is the pathetic national narrative makes my blood run cold. I don’t think I’m alone when I say, “the handwriting is on the wall”. To those who are awake and standing watch, the truth is clear: we are witnessing the breakdown of our national social structure. We know in our hearts that the political power and force has Continue Reading →
From the miracle of the Maccabees‘ victory, an eight-day celebration of Hanukkah has continued ever since Since the November elections we have never seen so much despondency and despair. We’re hearing from so many people who say they are depressed, see no way out, and are just giving up. And, yes, things are looking worse than ever before. Four more years of Barack Obama. More socialist politicians elected to Congress. Election fraud. Radicals running the Continue Reading →
Federal officials could face fines and jail terms under proposed legislation By Steven Nelson December 17, 2012 Nullification is yet again picking up steam in Dixie. Pursuing an archaic legal theory that punctuated pre-Civil War disputes between the federal government and states, South Carolina state Rep. Bill Chumley last week pre-filed a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would criminalize implementation of President Barack Obama’s 2010 healthcare reform law. Read more . . .
Since the presidential election, I haven’t been watching the American news channels much, I haven’t had the heart. The US appears to be about to go over something they are calling the fiscal cliff because of Obama’s triumphalistic behavior: he won, so he’s not compromising with congressional Republicans who want much-needed public spending cuts, and he’ll blame them if they do all go over this cliff (there are, I understand, other analyses of what is Continue Reading →
On Monday, President Barack Obama went to a campaign-style rally in Michigan and attempted to put pressure on Congressional Republicans to raise taxes on those making more than $250,000 and railed against Michigan’s recently-passed right-to-work legislation. Obama, instead of negotiating with Congressional Republicans on a budget deal, called the bill that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) may sign into law this week the beginning of a “race to the bottom.” “If Congress doesn’t act soon, Continue Reading →
A friend from Chicago, involved in Illinois politics who has known Obama since his early days in the Illinois State Senate, told me that two things that trump everything else in Obama’s mind: redistributing the wealth and empowering labor unions. Look at everything the President does, my friend says, and you will find one or the other lurking in the background. My friend’s analysis may explain a lot about the current state of affairs concerning Continue Reading →
In a recent interview about her latest book, Phyllis Schlafly said that there will be no solution to the problem of expansive out-of-control government without a restoration of the family. She is entirely correct, but I would go a step further: While a lot of cultural forces have severely damaged the family, it will not be rejuvenated until divorce is at least sharply restricted. To be sure, that involves a change in socio-cultural attitudes: not Continue Reading →
A possible $1 trillion bailout is coming—and soon. America’s now-nationalized student loan industry just reached a value of $1 trillion, according to Citigroup, growing at a 20 percent-per-year pace. Since President Obama nationalized the industry (a tacked-on provision of the Obamacare bill), tuition has gone up 25 percent and the three-year default rate is at a record 13.4 percent. Read more . . .