Monthly Archives: June 2016

BLM’s theme of the week

“The enemy is now and has always been the four threats of white supremacy, patriarchy, capitalism and militarism. These forces and not Islam create terrorism.” Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter IDs the real culprits in Orlando attack

By Robert KnightAmerican Thinker, June 23, 2016

Just when you thought nobody could top the Obama administration’s penchant for denial about Islamic terrorism, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) folks did just that.

Despite Muslim gunman Omar Mateen’s stated motive in a 911 call that he murdered dozens of people at a homosexual Orlando nightclub in the name of Allah, Islam, and the Islamic State, Black Lives Matter posted this: Continue reading

Good Government

“Good government, therefore, is not a ‘necessary evil,’ it is a ‘necessary compact’ allowing men to live in liberty while enjoying the blessings of peaceful association.” Charles Scaliger

“The key to the maintenance of good government is the maintenance of moral virtue [Love the Lord your God…and your neighbor as yourself; do unto others as you would have them do unto you; etc.].” Ibid

Is Good Government Achievable?

Written by  , The New American,  June 20, 2016, p. 31

Is Good Government Achievable?

“Government,” Thomas Paine wrote in Common Sense, “even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one.” Such sentiments were widely shared among the more radical and idealistic members of the Founding generation, such as Paine, and have since been advocated by the likes of early libertarian theorists Lysander Spooner and Albert Jay Nock, many modern libertarians and anarcho-capitalists, and some left-wing strands of anarchism.

There are probably few contemplative souls who, at one time or another, have not wondered — given the long and mostly destructive history of government — whether humanity would not be better off with no government at all. After all, every experiment in limiting the power of government has failed in the long run. Even American limited constitutional government is very much in jeopardy of following ancient Rome into autocratic ruin. Many of the constitutionally mandated limits and checks on our federal government’s power have been set aside, and even state and local governments have been on an unprecedented growth spurt over the last few decades.

Not only that, even in its pristine form, the American body politic suffered from some significant flaws, most prominently the institution of slavery. In the course of eliminating chattel slavery, the United States fought a horrendously destructive, fratricidal war — and ushered in a new era of centralized executive power in Washington. Continue reading

Mark it Treason

“Cuba is intelligence trafficker to the world.” Lieut. Col. Chris Simmons

“Panamanian officials caught a Cuban ship red-handedly tring to smuggle 401 kilos of cocaine to Belgium.” Humberto Fontova


Opening up vital national security information to narco-terrorists.

In 2001 members of a group of Castroite spies in south Florida known as the Wasp Network were convicted of charges ranging from espionage to conspiracy to commit murder (of U.S. citizens). They were sentenced to terms ranging from 15 years to two life sentences. According to the FBI’s affidavit, the charges against these KGB-trained Communist spies included:

• Compiling the names, home addresses, and medical files of the U.S. Southern Command’s top officers and that of hundreds of officers stationed at Boca Chica Naval Station in Key West.

• Infiltrating the headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command.

This past April, on Obama’s orders, some of the U.S. Southern Command’s top officers gave an in-depth tour of the Southern Command’s most vital facilities to some of Cuba’s top Military and Intelligence officials—probably to some of the very ones who earlier got this vital information from their WASP charges via “encrypted software, high-frequency radio transmissions and coded electronic phone messages,” as the FBI affidavit showed.

If this sounds impossible or like the plot for the next Austin Powers Movie, here’s the story from The Miami Herald.  

And never mind the convicted Cuban spies, some of whom helped murder four U.S. citizens. They’re all living like celebrities in Cuba now after Obama gifted them back to Castro  in December 2014, upon commencing his smoochfest with the terror-sponsoring drug-runner who came closest to nuking the U.S.

It gets better:  Continue reading