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We The People (Indie Republican Constitutional Workshop)

September 15, 2016
We The People (Indie Republican Constitutional Workshop)

One of the finest organizations promoting Constitutional education is the New York City Indie Republicans, a group I’ve had the pleasure of speaking before in the past. Read More »

Honoring The Fallen

September 13, 2016
Honoring The Fallen

 

CNN is one of those ubiquitous aspects of the American soundscape which I’ve always looked upon as part of our gradual cultural decline. Whether you’re in a dentist’s waiting room, or simply passing by a restaurant on your way home-as I was this weekend-you can’t help but overhear one of that network’s correspondents, news anchors or hosts do their best KCNA imitation. The fact that so many millions of Americans unconsciously imbibe its propaganda on a daily basis merely illustrates how difficult it will be to craft a counter-narrative to the open borders, liberal interventionist propaganda which shapes our government’s domestic and foreign policies. To successfully deprogram the people who are barely aware of the deliberate, pernicious bias which animates the media will be a monumental task.

However, on September 10th I inadvertently watched something of inestimable value on that network, an interview of Howard Lutnick. The CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald, a company which lost 658 employees during the 9/11 massacre, including Mr. Lutnick’s brother and best friend, he is a living reminder of the determination and compassion embodied by New Yorkers and Americans. I couldn’t watch that interview without tears welling up in my eyes, because I viscerally remember the horror of that day, as well as the weeks that followed. Although I’m blessed not to have lost any loved ones or friends that day, the desolation and despair those attacks left in their wake, the incalculable human grief and misery they inflicted upon this city and our nation, couldn’t help but make a permanent impression upon my psyche. Read More »

15 Years On

September 11, 2016
15 Years On

 Update: 15 Years of Allah Akbar-itis. Read More »

Common Sense (Germans Revolt Against Mama Merkel)

September 10, 2016

With the exception of his misstatement regarding Saarland, which the CDU controls, this is a nearly flawless analysis of the recent German state elections. One which dovetails with my own thinking, i.e. although characterized as a reactionary, xenophobic backlash, the resistance to Angela Merkel’s radical transformation of Germany spans the ideological spectrum and is focused uniquely upon the destruction this ongoing invasion has caused to the lives of German citizens. Read More »

The Blame Game

September 9, 2016
The Blame Game

 

Update: The full debate is now online.

One of the arguments which has preoccupied American journalists-and I’m being generous when I use that term-since Donald Trump’s nomination revolves around who is ultimately responsible for his political ascent. Likewise, conservative Never Trump pundits have spent the last few months assigning blame for his capture of the GOP-offering culprits which range from Barack Obama to the seemingly ubiquitous scapegoat, the social justice warrior. Read More »

Today In Multiculturalism

September 7, 2016
Today In Multiculturalism

It would appear that  a car packed with explosives was just found outside of Notre Dame cathedral. Hasn’t someone told the owner of this vehicle that attempting to perpetrate a mass atrocity is not in keeping with the tenets of true Islam? Read More »

There Is No Alternative

September 5, 2016
There Is No Alternative

A few days ago we published a piece explaining then necessity of removing Angela Merkel from the levers of power in Germany. Even as the tentacles of George Soros attempt to brainwash Europeans into complaisantly accepting the ongoing invasion and subversion of their continent, the fact remains that it is European leaders-specifically Merkel-who are responsible for this unprecedented catastrophe. The only way to begin to solve this monumental problem is through the eviction of the woman chiefly responsible for its creation. Read More »

What You Can Do

We The People (Indie Republican Constitutional Workshop)

September 15, 2016
We The People (Indie Republican Constitutional Workshop)

One of the finest organizations promoting Constitutional education is the New York City Indie Republicans, a group I’ve had the pleasure of speaking before in the past. Read More »

The Blame Game

September 9, 2016
The Blame Game

 

Update: The full debate is now online.

One of the arguments which has preoccupied American journalists-and I’m being generous when I use that term-since Donald Trump’s nomination revolves around who is ultimately responsible for his political ascent. Likewise, conservative Never Trump pundits have spent the last few months assigning blame for his capture of the GOP-offering culprits which range from Barack Obama to the seemingly ubiquitous scapegoat, the social justice warrior. Read More »

The Ashes Of Fiery Weather (Meet The Author)

September 3, 2016
The Ashes Of Fiery Weather (Meet The Author)

Some of you who follow this website might remember Kathleen Donohoe, a Brooklyn author who also happens to be my cousin. Read More »

After The Storm

August 22, 2016
After The Storm

Update: Amy Curtis has also set up a GoFundMe for her friend Charlie Watson, who’s lost his house. Charlie’s Flood Relief Campaign.

This video from The Weather Channel illustrates the breadth of the devastation, but also the depth of humanity, people in Louisiana are experiencing at the moment. Read More »

In Memoriam: Deanna Rose

August 3, 2016
In Memoriam: Deanna Rose

A few months ago we told you about the struggle of my friends the Bacas, whose family home was destroyed in a tragic house fire. As I described in that post, there are few things more disorienting than losing your home. Read More »



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