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In Discussing Reparations, Honest History Of Slavery Makes The Left Uncomfortable

September 22, 2022 by


By Jarrett Stepman ~ The Left loves to promote “reparations”—but only up until the point where history and truth run counter to its simplistic narratives about the past. British royals expert Hilary Fordwich threw CNN host Don Lemon for a loop on Tuesday when he asked her if the British monarchy should pay reparations for […]

In America, The System Trends Toward Justice

July 20, 2020 by


By Jarrett Stepman ~ “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” This oft-repeated and commonly misused quote—which stems from a 19th-century sermon—was cited by Martin Luther King Jr. and, more recently, President Barack Obama. Many take it to mean simply that there is an inevitability to world events and […]

Video: Exposing the Truth About Republicans

July 22, 2019 by


Which party founded the KKK, supported slavery, and opposed civil rights? Not the GOP.  ~ Media Editors  ~    Will Witt takes to the streets to debunks some common myths about the history of the Democrats and Republicans. View and Read more informative and FACTual (Not FAKE) Videos and Articles at The Patriot Post […]

Presidents’ Day – Remembering Two Presidents

February 21, 2017 by


By Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (RET) ~ Presidents’ Day is set aside to recognize the February birthdays of two of our greatest presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. As we honor them this year, it might be interesting to reflect upon the influence one book — with its very unique perspective — had […]

The Dysfunctional Life of Leftist Communes and other Collectives

December 1, 2013 by


by Norman Simms   ~ Despite a few successes (the kibbutzim in Israel in the early 20th century) in their history from the great waves of idealism that swept through intellectual circles from the nineteenth through the twentieth century, the founding and maintaining of communes and collectives did not work out very well.  The latest revelations […]

We The People? Or, We The Slaves?

March 27, 2013 by


By Edward Cline ~ The Preamble of the Constitution reads: We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this […]

Cuba, Philippines and Spanish-American War

December 10, 2009 by


American Minute By Bill Federer After slavery ended in the U.S., President Grant spoke to Congress, December 1, 1873, of “several thousand persons illegally held as slaves in Cuba…by the slaveholders of Havana, who are vainly striving to stay the march of ideas which has terminated slavery in Christendom, Cuba only excepted.” In February 1898, […]