What Women Lost

For all we have supposedly gained in equality, we have lost even more in our distinctiveness. And I would argue that no one has lost more than women. Seventy years ago, women who chose to work could do so and many did. But many more women followed their natural impulse toward motherhood, choosing not just to have children, but be members of a society that still valued having mothers in the lives of their children enough to support an economy where the man worked, and the mother was there to raise the next generation, provide love and guidance, and to…

News from 2038

reprinted from the December 1, 2038 edition of the Texas Tribune Twenty-Eighth Amendment Ratified – Safety for America AUSTIN – After three weeks of heated debate, the Texas Legislature yesterday voted to ratify the 28th Amendment which repeals the long obsolete 2nd Amendment to the Constitution. Mass celebrations broke out in Austin, Dallas, San Antonio and throughout the country as Texas, being the thirty-eighth state to ratify the proposed amendment, has now secured safety for Americans throughout the entire nation. For years, activists believed this day would never come, but with the changing demography throughout America and here in Texas,…

White Women: The Swing Vote

For years, the Republican Party has been searching for the magical formula to appeal to the right segment of the population to ensure electoral competitiveness. Over the last decades and even throughout the Trump Administration, these efforts have seen billions of dollars spent on programs, designed by Democrats, for their minority backers, receive tacit acceptance from Republicans as public virtue signaling. Such generosity has been prompted by both the unwillingness to contest the racial narrative for some time that Whites are bad and need to pay for our supposed sins, but also out of an oft-expressed desire to convert minority…

Occupied America

When a country has been occupied by hundreds of thousands or millions of invaders who were uninvited and of different national origin, the historical response has been for the inhabitants of the invaded nation to rally together, suspend politics as usual, and either repel the invasion or die trying. Whether a legal declaration was made or not, citizens rightly recognized such action as the beginning of a war, a situation which necessitates unyielding and unremitting resistance. Such an undeclared war has been waged upon both these United States and upon most nations of the West for a great many years….

Heed The Warning

“White Genocide” is a cry for help and an advance warning we must heed carefully. It is foreshadowing from our cousins in South Africa, who upon settling and taming a mostly empty land hundreds of years ago, find themselves now with their liberties, their lands, and even their lives in constant jeopardy. These were the people who lost their history to the Marxists, surrendered their flag and their anthem, and allowed social justice to bludgeon them into giving away sovereignty over their own home nation. Now, the once proud Boers are increasingly a people without a land, unable to advance…

The Race That Shall Not Be Named

When listening to the Left, I hear much criticism about Whites and all the terrible crimes we are purported to have committed. They speak of a magical privilege we supposedly enjoy, and brand us as having lesser awareness, empathy, and reason – maybe even correspondingly lesser humanity – than others in their hierarchy of victimization. Having been assigned to this group along with millions of my fellow countrymen and even more worldwide, learning to be White ran counter to everything I was taught, because I was told our Western Civilization was at least striving to be color blind and instead…