Last week the U. S. Court of Appeals of for the Ninth Circuit declared that the NSA’s blanket surveillance programs targeting Americans’ phone records are unlawful. This comes fully seven years after Edward Snowden revealed the existence of these programs and was forced to flee the United States as a whistle blower with a glowing… Continue reading Pardon Snowden Now
On September 2, the New York Post featured a news story headlined “FBI warns Chicago gangs have ‘shoot on sight’ pact against cops.” The FBI warned that, “Dozens of Chicago street gangs have made a pact to ‘shoot on-sight any cop that has a weapon drawn on any subject in public.’ ” These street gangs… Continue reading Urban Criminal Gangs in the Civil War to Come
Young people are very much in the news today, marching, petitioning, and yes, sometimes rioting. They want a better, fairer world, and there’s nothing wrong with that. In the past, it has often been the young, unjaded by experience, who brought about beneficial change. Alexander Hamilton was 22 when he became George Washington’s aide; Thomas… Continue reading What is a Hero? Look to 9/11 for models.
A post by the man named “J.D.” appeared yesterday at the always interesting Survivalblog.com which confirms some of my earlier thoughts about the organization of Antifa. Referring to a large Antifa meeting he attended, J.D. reports: The first one I attended was on the University of Michigan campus. The protest was rather large, about 1,500 people. What… Continue reading The Hard Men of Antifa
Two days ago, Aaron “Jay” Danielson, evidently a supporter of the Trump-friendly “Patriot Prayer” movement, was shot and killed by 48 year-old Antifa member Michael Reinoehl, who described himself as a “professional snowboarder.” Video and other evidence indicates that Reinoehl was the shooter. Indeed, Reinoehl had been arrested by Portland police on firearms charges shortly… Continue reading What the Killing of Jay Danielson Tells us About the War We’re In
The confrontations taking place in urban America's streets nightly are still new. But there have been battles taking place in our civic institutions for some time, and we are clearly losing that war. Right now, there’s a critical skirmish taking place in northern Virginia, among the Fairfax County Public Library Board of Trustees -- of… Continue reading Shh! The Battle of the Fairfax Public Libraries is raging!
Why another blog? Because if you see the world the way we see the world, this is a good place to hang out. For the last four years we have watched in dismay as a President who was elected to solve some critical problems, has been hobbled and bound by the Democratic party, preventing him… Continue reading Welcome To Letters From Flyover Country
Gouverneur Morris The United States is now in the early stages of a civil war between Left and Right that could last much longer than the Civil War of 1861-1865. Despite many defeats in elections, the Left is ascendant because it is fighting a war and the Right is not. Clearly, victory is impossible for… Continue reading The Machinery of Insurrection: Logistics