The Truth About Pop Culture ~ Responding to Paul Joseph Watson

Earlier this evening, I watched a pretty excellent video by Paul Joseph Watson called “The Truth About Pop Culture.” I found his analysis to be very insightful for the most part, as I do more often than not. What’s more, the relevance of the issue that Paul tackled here simply cannot be overstated, and he is to…

The Audacity of Selective Outrage

As the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz approaches, I am reminded of how soon our news feeds in the realms of social media are to be inundated with pious capslock-infused proclamations of “NEVER AGAIN” and various typeface intonations of a similar nature. Although many of those who will be participating in this annual, uninspired…

Hijacking History (& the Vulgar Misappropriation Thereof)

To consider the remarkable culmination of brain sweat and brow sweat that produced this stunning monument to the dominion mandate…and then behold how it has been turned into a park whose sole purpose is the exaltation of vain and nescient amusements is practically more than the reverent mind can countenance.

Calling the #OscarsSoWhite Controversy On the (Red) Carpet

(Originally posted January 25, 2016) As the world burns and the stomach churns, the most recent holy hashtag crusade that has everyone talking is a ceremonious hissy fit thrown by two Hollywood clowns, the infamous anti-white director Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith over a petulant scurrilous assertion that “too many” of the nominees for…

Viva the Digital Revolution?

Probably my favourite news publication of all time, the American Free Press,  ran an article recently by one of their journalistic stalwarts, Victor Thorn exploring the question of the future of hard copy news publications.  It was a very well done, and intriguing piece and it got me thinking. I’ve been hearing the clarion calls about…

The Knights of the Bloodstained Tree

(Originally posted February 19, 2011)   “The tree of liberty must be watered  with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” — Thomas Jefferson Though few in number our fellowship be, We take up our cross with our Savior holy. When sword must be raised to preserve liberty, Then that sword will we raise, we sons of…

It’s Still My Promised Land

(Originally posted September 27, 2012 ) America is still my promised land; and Obama is not my president.  I refuse to acknowledge him as such.  He obtained the office through a rigged election where the votes were counted by Diebold voting software that is known to have exploitable bugs and criminal subterfuge regarding his birth certificate, which,…

Of Whom the World Was Not Worthy

The true defenders and arbiters of our faith may well have walked the halls of the great religious institutions of their time, but they never tarried there for long.  If you seek them, don’t look behind the pulpits of the mega churches… or on the throne of Vatican City. Instead look for them in the…

A Word to the Enduring Remnant

It was Thomas Paine, oddly enough, to whom the words “these are the times that try men’s souls” are attributed. Words that are truly timeless–resonating with us today as much as they could have with his audience in early America.  Indeed we do live in a time that men are compelled and determined to raise the cry more loudly…