Monthly Archives: April 2016

Harming the environment on Earth Day

April 22 is Earth Day. Appropriately it is celebrated in the same month as April Fools’ Day. A Wilmington StarNews article by Cammie Bellamy listed eight local places in Southeastern North Carolina recommended for people to celebrate “loving the Earth” … Continue reading

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Breaking News (a parody)

London| The United Kingdom has issued a travel advisory to LGBT citizens who might visit the State of North Carolina: To all persons conflicted or confused about his/her/its sexual identity: Be advised that travel to the USA, especially in the … Continue reading

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Historical myths about the “underground railroad”

In the continuing chicanery of cultural Marxists to eradicate historic people and symbols from American culture, yet another attempt is underway—replace President and American war hero Andrew Jackson’s picture on the $20-dollar bill. The mythical “Harriet Tubman” is being promoted … Continue reading

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Cultural Marxism

In discussing current events with an historian friend of mine we naturally look back to political events and social schemes for answers as to why our Western culture is under assault and changing so rapidly. We Americans have had our … Continue reading

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Take Chicago…Please!

The Wilmington, North Carolina StarNews Editorial Board plans to “spend a good amount of time this year educating” readers on youth gang violence in the city—after they educate themselves on “causes and possible solutions.” I’ve suggested how they might do … Continue reading

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Looking for causes in all the wrong places

The Wilmington, North Carolina StarNews Editorial Board (four white guys) recently wrote an editorial (Link below) expressing their “hope to spend a good amount of time this year educating the community on youth violence.” First, they write, “we have to … Continue reading

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Response to letter from Reince Priebus

Recently, I received a four-page letter from Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee. As before, I had been “selected to represent Voters in North Carolina’s 7th Congressional District.” A census form was enclosed. The form-letter conveyed a private … Continue reading

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