Memphis Mayor Wants to Dig Up Dead Confederate War General

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My comments:  Probably few Americans today understand what a brilliant general Nathan Bedford Forrest was during the American civil war.  His tactics were studied by Germany’s Rommel in World War II, and his tactics are still taught at West Point.  Forrest was actually guarded by several black soldiers who respected the man.  As well, Forrest road with county sheriffs after the war to disband the KKK.  He did not start the KKK.  Why do they keep spreading this lie?

People are so ignorant of history today.  They have no concept of the destruction of historic truth, they believe only what the winners tell them.  There is nothing in American schools being taught today that is true about this history.  It is a sad day when a man with a little black blood in his veins can destroy the history of this nation as well as the black folks who voted…

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Memphis Activists Attempt To Dig Up Confederate General’s Grave

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Memphis activists target Confederate monuments after failed attempt to dig up general’s grave

June 20, 2017
By Victor Skinner

Social justice warriors in Memphis, Tennessee are staging a rally to pressure city officials into removing Confederate statues in the community, the latest stunt aimed at snubbing out the region’s forefathers.

Organizers for the group that calls itself “Take Em Down 901” are advertising the protest at Bruce Elementary School on Bellevue Boulevard for 6 p.m. Tuesday “to discuss action steps to remove Confederate statues in Memphis,” according to the group’s Facebook page.

The group is led by Tami Sawyer, “a political leader, speaker, writer & activist for Social Justice and Educational Equity.”

Sawyer told WMC last week that she’s leading a boycott of the city’s famed 4th Bluff Park until the city removes statue of Jefferson Davis, and her group is urging the public to avoid scheduled…

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Mark Steyn tells Tucker Carlson: “I’m a demography bore”

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That comment was in response to the latest (this time failed) terror attack in a Brussels train station yesterday.

He went on to say: “Demography explains most of everything.”

If you have never read it, you must. Steyn’s 2006 predictions are coming true.

Yes, agreed Carlson.

Steyn related his comment as  well to the close Georgia House race yesterday to explain that demographic changes in Georgia made it possible for a progressive to even think he had a chance to pull off an upset there.  (Georgia is a leading refugee resettlement state, btw).

Steyn told Carlson in a two minute portion of a longer segment that when your city (in this case Brussels) is 25% Muslim because your country has made the fatal mistake to think that you can replace an aging population with a hostile culture, the country will see increased tension and chaos.  In my view…

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The Founding Fathers on Homosexuality

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by Billy Roper

While we all know that the American Medical Association officially diagnosed homosexuality as a mental disorder until 1987, and that the Bible, in both the Old and New Testament, lists it specifically as a grievous, mortal sin, many people are unaware that the Founding Fathers had strong feelings on homosexuality, as well.

Liberals like to claim that the Founders never intended the United States to be a Christian nation, or to be governed by religious laws. If that’s the case, then all of the Founding Fathers must have had very good non-religious reasons to make homosexuality a felony in all 13 colonies, and eventually in all 13 states. Thomas Jefferson, considered by many to be one of the least religious of the Founding Fathers, authored a bill while he was governor of Virginia during the Revolutionary era that homosexuality be punished by castration.

“How many Americans realize…

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Back to Basics: Data Books and What Should Be in Them

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20151028_155114Nearly two years ago, back when this blog was in its infancy and I was getting into my writing groove, I posted this regarding the importance of Data Books and especially why a Survivalist or Right Wing Malcontent should take the time to compile them.

Why Should I Take The Time To Bother With All This? Because, as with everything else, having a handy-dandy back pocket reference to whip out makes recalling critical info easy. If you’re of the mindset that everything as you know it will be the same when you’re shivering, exhausted and afraid, you’re absolutely wrong.

I had a soldier who stepped on a toe popper in Afghanistan. What’s a toe popper? A small IED placed to kill or maim a small group or lone bubba. We were absolutely spent- a 15 mile movement through the mountains, up and down, all night- and boom, he was down…

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