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The Continuing French Revolution

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily | 0 comments

The Continuing French Revolution

By Alexander Riley The values of the French Revolution are those of every radical revolutionary movement that succeeded it, including the one currently dismantling the basic institutions of American society and culture. But there are few historians of the Revolution who can be trusted to avoid propagandizing for it as they write about it. Pierre Gaxotte’s splendidly literate account, long out of print and almost impossible to find in English, expertly covers the stock ground of history—the events from the siege of the Bastille to Bonaparte’s...

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How the Feds Blackmail Colleges and Universities

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily, Higher Ed | 0 comments

How the Feds Blackmail Colleges and Universities

Zachary Yost The Washington Post reports that a group of thirty-three current and former students at Christian colleges are suing the Department of Education in a class action lawsuit in an attempt to abolish any religious exemptions for schools that do not abide by the current sexual and gender zeitgeist sweeping the land. The plaintiffs argue that by holding to orthodox Christian teachings on sexuality these universities are engaged in unconstitutional discrimination due to the federal funding they receive. The lawsuit, filed by the...

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How Racism Became the Worst Possible Sin

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily | 0 comments

How Racism Became the Worst Possible Sin

By Kenneth LaFave Given cancel culture’s daily attacks on anyone and everyone who exhibits the slightest deviation from anti-racist norms, one suspects it was calumny that gave up the ghost and handed over the title of Worst Sin Ever. The new title holder is the fuzzily conceived concept that the slightest hint of discrimination, mockery, or even simple generalization directed at a person of color by a Caucasian is tantamount to sin against the Holy Spirit. I recently discussed the now-famous Nick Sandmann incident of a few years ago with a...

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Our Government is Oblivious to Invasion

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily | 0 comments

Our Government is Oblivious to Invasion

More than 100,000 illegal immigrants crossed into the United States in February alone. The United States government somehow remains oblivious to the problem. By Jeff Minick Recently while driving from town to my house, I was running through some radio stations when I landed on the Glenn Beck show. His guest was Lara Logan, a journalist and commentator unfamiliar to me, and I was sickened and horrified by what I heard. I wish I were exaggerating, but what that woman had to say left me depressed for the rest of the day. We are being invaded—and...

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Silencing the Dead

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Blogs, Daily, Featured | 0 comments

Silencing the Dead

Our contemporary media goes to great pains in avoiding any story that helps us to reflect on death and contemplate the end of our own earthly existences. By Alexander Riley Tears sprang to my eyes in the fall of 2014 when I read of the short life and impending death of Lauren Hill. You may remember the story, too, though much in our culture works against the retention of stories like Lauren’s for more than a few news cycles. This ill-fated young woman was set to enter college, and, as a standout high school basketball player, had committed to...

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Facts Emerging from Derek Chauvin’s Trial Contradict Media’s Account of the Incident

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily | 0 comments

Facts Emerging from Derek Chauvin’s Trial Contradict Media’s Account of the Incident

By Paul Craig Roberts The excerpts below are from Anastasia Katz’s detailed report on Derek Chauvin’s Trial through Day 5.  You can read the entire 11,600 word report here. “Under cross-examination, defense lawyer Eric Nelson asked if drug use could cause hypoxia, and the doctor said it could. Mr. Nelson inquired about Floyd’s high carbon dioxide levels, and whether that could be caused by Fentanyl. Dr. Langenfeld said that it could; the “primary reason” Fentanyl is so dangerous is that is depresses the lungs. A high carbon dioxide level...

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70 % of Americans Believe Corporations & Sports Teams Should Avoid Politics

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily, Featured | 0 comments

70 % of Americans Believe Corporations & Sports Teams Should Avoid Politics

4.7.21 – “70 % of Americans Believe Corporations & Sports Teams Should Avoid Politics” By Donna Garner TO:  Mars, Inc. Executives E-mail address:  customerservice@mms.com FROM:  Donna Garner, who lives three miles from Mars Wrigley Confectionery in Waco, Texas RE: Your decision to join “woke wars,” support the Equality Act, and place men on women’s sports teams According to USA Today’s 4.7.21 article...

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Looking Beyond Headlines to Outsmart the Propagandists

Posted by on Apr 10, 2021 in Blogs, Daily | 0 comments

Looking Beyond Headlines to Outsmart the Propagandists

The trial of officer Derek Chauvin has revealed an enormous gulf between what is happening, and what is actually being reported on by the mainstream media. By Annie Holmquist The trial of officer Derek Chauvin came up in a conversation I had with a friend this weekend. “Yeah, I really haven’t been able to follow it much, but I did see a few headlines,” was the essence of my friend’s comments on the issue. He then noted that the little he had seen made him think Chauvin’s prospects weren’t all that bright. “Oh, really?” I asked. “I got a...

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Profs worried about Campus Reform, threaten student correspondent

Posted by on Apr 9, 2021 in Daily, Higher Ed | 0 comments

Profs worried about Campus Reform, threaten student correspondent

PEN America hosted a Zoom discussion with professors who felt they were “targeted” by Campus Reform. One professor even said that she knows “way more about” a certain Campus Reform correspondent “than she knows about me.” During a Zoom discussion discussing “the experience of being threatened, intimidated and harassed,” professors Lora Burnett, who teaches at Collin College, and Sami Schalk, who teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, took aim at Campus Reform as part of the “right-wing media ecosphere.”...

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The Next Big Lockdown

Posted by on Apr 8, 2021 in Blogs, Daily | 0 comments

The Next Big Lockdown

by Lee Duigon Really severe lockdowns are still a thing in Europe, although the beautiful people in Paris just ignore them and whoop it up at “secret restaurants”. Here at home, our lockdowns appear to be easing up. But don’t be fooled: it’s the calm before the storm. The Portland school board has provided us with a harbinger of things to come. They were about to adopt a fir tree as the mascot for their schools, but suddenly had second thoughts. Wait a minute! Those trees… they might be—oh, no!—racist trees. After all, “trees” were often used...

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