Tag: history

At What Point Does Paranoia Become Prudence?

Most minorities have some form of “family voice,” be it a radio station or published periodical. The purpose of these minority media, aside from social news, is to inform group members of concerns, dangers, and threats. Sometimes, these closed media…

Rewriting History

“There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind.   Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when…

“BEING NECESSARY …

It’s likely that no sentence has ever received as much scrutiny as the twenty-seven words of the Second Amendment, one of the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, collectively known as the Bill of Rights and, as such,…

The Radical Transformation of Education

“Education: That which discloses to the wise and disguises from the foolish their lack of understanding.”   Ambrose Bierce, For over a decade, Dr. James Pesta, associate professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, has been polling students about…

Honor Saluting Honor

I would like to share something taken directly from The American Patriots Almanac by William J. Bennett and John T.E. Cribb. “The Civil War came to an end, for all practical purposes, in April 1865 when Robert E. Lee’s starving, exhausted Confederate…

With A Rebel Yell

Love of the Rebel flag is authentic, deep-seated, and long-lasting. Hatred of the flag is a recently invented political weapon.   After the Charleston shootings, the left began its frenzied accusations against historic Confederate symbols, in particular, the “Rebel” Flag. First…

History Is Seasonal – Winter Is Coming!

The long list of scandals involving the Obama administration only serves to further demonstrate the illegitimacy and hypocrisy of our current power structure. If we use history cycles as a guideline, we are facing a massive upheaval. Everyday law abiding…

Free blacks who owned slaves

 Video by Myran Jones pictured above Anthony Johnson (b. c. 1600 – d. 1670) was an Angolan who achieved freedom in the early 17th-century Colony of Virginia, where he became one of the first African property owners and slaveholders. Held as an indentured…