Category Archives: Education

Reification of the 4th Circuit Court’s Ruling

Reification of the 4th Circuit Court’s Ruling In as much as the total readership as reported to me from WordPress, which I will say has happened far more than once, it is nonetheless important to me as an American member … Continue reading

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The Façade of Multiculturalism

The Façade of Multiculturalism Please do not be suckered into it! Their tactics are just about the same for multiculturalism as they have been for illegal immigration, or change of venue, life, and from where the money comes from; still, … Continue reading

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The history of nations is mostly characterized by ethnic and racial uniformity, not diversity.

The history of nations is mostly characterized by ethnic and racial uniformity, not diversity.   Most national boundaries reflected linguistic, religious, and ethnic homogeneity. Until the late 20th century, diversity was considered a liability, not a strength.  Countries and societies that … Continue reading

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Something I like…”44″

Something I like…”44″ since I don’t have to use the name If you are conservative say in your beliefs, moral values, or even in your memory we are sure you would love the site called The Young Conservatives. Just doing … Continue reading

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The Myth of Multiculturalism

The Myth of Multiculturalism During the last few weeks before I began my freshman year at William & Mary, the school offered a learning experience that sounded like a pretty good deal. It was a five-week seminar called the Summer … Continue reading

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Who We are as a People, part IV

Who We are as a People, part IV Some twists and turns just to allude to some small examples. Please consider what this means. In some refugee taking nations the citizenry has been warned that it is their duty to … Continue reading

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Ah – Happy Sunday!

Ah – Happy Sunday! Ah – Happy Sunday! I was just reading a hopefully best-selling book called, Clean House: Exposing our Government’s Secrets and Lies, written by one of my “All Time American Heroes” Tom Fitton who just happens to … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers Quotes Friday

  It has become incumbent upon me while preparing this book to intercept some of the fundamental problems that we all are experiencing during our time on this planet. As the United States is concerned it does indeed seem like … Continue reading

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Through a Journalist’s eyes

Seeking to Report through a Journalist’s eyes For years, WikiLeaks has been publishing massive troves of documents online – usually taken without authorization from powerful institutions and then given to the group to publish – while news outlets report on their relevant content. … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers Quotes Friday

The Importance of a Moral Society John Adams in a speech to the military in 1798 warned his fellow countrymen stating, “We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion . . … Continue reading

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