Category Archives: History

A Reminder…

“It is interesting to hear certain kinds of people insist that the citizen cannot fight the government. This would have been news to the men of Lexington and Concord, as well as the Mujahedeen in Afghanistan. The citizen most certainly … Continue reading

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Challenger

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Audie Murphy

With the enemy tanks abreast of his position, Second Lieutenant Murphy climbed on the burning tank destroyer, which was in danger of blowing up at any moment, and employed its .50 caliber machinegun against the enemy. He was alone and … Continue reading

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How Much Blood Would Leftists Be Willing To Shed To Disarm Patriotic Americans?

Kurt Schlichter has some questions for Rep. Swalwell: Rep. Swalwell, some people are going to fight rather than cave in, so what’s the number of bodies you would be willing to pile up to win? Let’s put aside the right … Continue reading

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George H. W. Bush has died.

God speed sir.

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Larry Correia responds to Rep. Swalwell et. al.

You should read the whole bit, but here is a taste… A friend of mine who is a political activist said something interesting the other day, and that was for most people on the left political violence is a knob, … Continue reading

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VDH on Mark Levin’s show.

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Thank You.

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WTF Happened in California?

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Lawless America

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The Playbook, the Press, the Plan, and the Patsies

This week will be crucial to putting the Democrats back in their boxes. Let’s see if the GOP will take it. As I noted on Twitter the other day: Michael Walsh@dkahanerules Who will be first Republican to stand up to … Continue reading

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Are We on the Verge of Civil War?

Victor Davis Hanson writes about the growing tribalism around us. Will America keep dividing and soon resort to open violence, as happened in 1861? Or will Americans reunite and bind up our wounds, as we did following the upheavals of … Continue reading

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September 12

Happy Jan Sobieski Day!

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Richard Fernandez: Night of the Demon

When the totality of cultural warfare and revolution now raging throughout the world is summed we may be watching an event bigger than the fall of the Soviet Union. The event doesn’t have a name yet, on the day we … Continue reading

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Richard Fernandez on Michael Walsh’s book: The Fiery Angel

The recursive references are intentional for Walsh’s goal is to demonstrate that culture — religion, the arts, language itself — are the core libraries of civilization built in a stack one upon the other. His thesis is that culture stores and … Continue reading

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