He was sitting in his wallpaper colored shirt. If it wasn’t for the tired decor in the present room, you might have missed him. But there he was, skin thick as leather. 468 more words
by Al Benson Jr.
In recent days I have continued to observe as the theological and political left continues to orchestrate its assault against anything and everything Confederate. 1,040 more words
Author: Rhoda Howard-Hassmann
Published: July 13, 2015
“Recently two events occurred that once again spurred discussion in Canada about its relations to its Aboriginal population. On May 28, 2015, Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin of Canada’s Supreme Court delivered a speech in which she made explicit reference to Canada’s cultural genocide of its Aboriginal peoples. 77 more words
CNN discussion on removing the Confederate flag from the South Carolina statehouse grounds illustrated that the debate is essentially over whose ancestors the state will honor – the descendants of slaves or those who fought to preserve the institution of slavery. 435 more words
Yesterday in Gainesville Florida, Marxists, feminists, Black supremacists, self hating Whites and cross dressing trannies came out in the name of “tolerance & diversity” to demand the removal of a monument they don’t like. 314 more words
by Al Benson Jr.
As my wife and I pulled into the parking lot of the grocery store where we do our shopping this morning I noticed a pickup truck parked in the lot with a Confederate Naval Jack on a pole, stuck in the back of the truck. 911 more words
An overwhelming majority of Canadians agree with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s finding that the residential schools system amounted to “cultural genocide,” a new Angus Reid Institute survey reveals. 535 more words