Why did John Wilkes Booth call Abraham Lincoln a “Tyrant”?

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When John Wilkes Booth put a bullet in Abraham Lincoln's head at Ford's Theatre on April 14th.1865, he jumped over the balcony rail onto the stage, broke his leg, then stood up, faced the audience, and proclaimed "Sic...

The Natural Law Case for Violence Against AntiFa

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In some instances the only thing that will work is some form of violence. Think about it. America was born because a few Americans planted their swords, not their pens, into a set of ideas, and...

Maoism in America?

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For years we've been steered toward the old Soviet Union as the model of Marxism to either admire or hate in America. In the process very little notice has been given to Maoism and the rise of the cult of personality...

People Who are Lost That Don’t Know They’re Lost…a Teaching

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If the shoe fits, this qualifies as a "teaching"...for those under 55. The situation both American history finds itself in is one which my generation can do little about except to issue a heads-up and...

Teaching History to C-Students, not just A-Students; a Note to Conservatives

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Yesterday I saw a tweet by Mark Levin, plugging an August 19, 2019 article at The Federalist by Josh Lawson, "8 Back-to-School Books to Protect Students from Leftist Brainwashing". Other than throwing in an updated version of...

Judging Beauty, Goodness and Virtue

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"If you judge Beauty or Goodness or Virtue solely based on what you see in the mirror you will likely die a painful death...whether old or young. Just ask Kurt Cobain" from St George Frederick, an old friend returned.