Trial in Absentia

In 1938 the House Committee on Un-American Activities was established to investigate alleged disloyalty and subversive activities on the part of private citizens, public employees, and those organizations suspected of being sympathetic to communist interests. The first person asked to testify before the Committee was Hallie Flanagan the head of the Federal Theater Project; she was called to answer the suspicion that she was using government funds to spread her socialist ideology. In 2019 the House Committee on American Activities held its first hearing on White Nationalism to investigate alleged disloyalty and subversive activities on the part of private citizens,…

A Place for Us

I’m a Park Person. I’ve driven my little family to 17 National Parks so far and I am an Annual Parks Pass Holder, so I’ve spent a lot of time driving around in my modest family car, seeing magnificent landscapes and making friends with some of the most amazing people in this country. I’ve always lived in the big cities of the Southwest, so I find wide open spaces and sparse populations very soothing. When we plan our trips, we try to stay off major highways and strive to have our meals in small towns at establishments owned by locals….

Envy, Hatred, and Longing

“God is dead! God remains dead! And we have killed him! How can we console ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? Is the magnitude of this deed not too great for us? Do we not ourselves have to become gods merely to appear worthy of it? There was never a greater deed – and whoever is here after us will on account of this deed belong to a higher history than all history up to now!”, Friedrich Nietzsche wrote these words in 1881 in Germany after the Enlightenment, where the idea of a universe that was governed by physical laws…

A White Hot Take on the Real State of the Union

A little over one year has passed since a few thousand White men and women gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia to attempt to preserve the history of the great men who built this country and declare their right to exist in the land their fathers created for them, to speak on behalf of the White race that bought freedom for their progeny with blood and iron – and to address their concerns, their hopes and their dreams. The following day, our new administration had already taken to demonizing the brave men and women who stood to preserve our American values of…

Three Strikes and He’s Out…

The job of the presidency is the most important duty to this country. We cannot give a free pass for a poor job simply because we like a guy or think he might do a better job if we just wait and hope harder. Just like any job, we hire someone because they promise (and we believe) that they will perform the tasks for which they were given the position. Trump was elected primarily for 3 things: Build the Wall Drain the Swamp Lock Her Up These are the things most enthusiastically chanted at his campaign rallies, but he also…

Yearning for Home

I went to the Czech Republic in 2009 and fell madly in love with the country, the people, the culture and the spirit. When I walked down the streets of Praha the locals approached me as one who belonged there. They spoke to me in Czech and didn’t put on airs while in my company. I walked through what were considered rough neighborhoods at questionable hours of the night with female companions and never once felt threatened or out of place. Out of place… That’s an interesting choice of words. You could say that I felt completely at home in…

First Degree Hypocrisy

In 1963 the daughter of a successful Texas property developer, one Laura Welch, caused a car crash in her hometown of Midland, TX that claimed the life of a friend when she was only 17. She and her girlfriend were hurrying to a drive-in cinema when, driving her father’s car, she ran through a stop sign and hit a car being driven by Mike Douglas, also 17, a star sportsman and popular student at her school. Nobody was ever charged for this unfortunate accident. Ms. Welsh went on to marry George W. Bush and become First Lady of The United…

What Cavemen Can Teach Us

So… let’s talk about sex. Not the act pervert, but the reason for it. Making babies. Reproduction is, on the most basic level, the meaning of life: All our pleasure centers are built toward driving us to reproduce our genes. Evolutionarily speaking, the urge to create offspring is the prime directive, so the importance of sex and gender roles really can’t be overstated. While not all women are cut out to be good mothers and some rare ones aren’t even interested in doing so, successful mothers have certain traits they need to embody; Traits like selflessness, extreme care for another…

The Natural Price of Plenty

Ideas like democracy, equality, egalitarianism and meritocracy all originated somewhere. As it so happens, they all came from European cultures. You could chalk this up to chance, natural progression, or even to exploitation that bought these cultures the leisure time to develop these kinds of ideas. However, countless men suffered and were persecuted by entrenched power structures because they sacrificed their comfort to realize these ideals, often paying not just their fortunes but even their very lives to advance their noble causes. These concepts never started as popular ones, it’s not like they just happened. They were born through dedication…

The Rape of Europa

Richard Nikolaus Eijiro, Count of Coudenhove-Kalergi was an Austrian-Japanese communist and Judeophile. He was the pioneer of European integration, and he served as the founding president of the Paneuropean Union for 49 years, which is the ideological foundation of the modern European Union. In 1923 he authored “Pan-Europa” (what we call The Kalergi Plan) in which he theorized that the Jewish people were a natural aristocracy and that they would and should achieve world domination through governmental power, first in Europe and then everywhere else. Kalergi advocated for the abrogation of the right of self-determination of the people to an…