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I Never Cared

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  3. Monday, 03 August 2020
I don’t know who wrote this little treatise entitled “I Never Cared,” but I think it reflects the feelings of millions of Americans today who are fed up with those who want to destroy our way of life, who promulgate the culture of victimhood, who propagate the myth of “white privilege,” who kneel, b...

An Old Letter from El Salvador

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  3. Friday, 31 July 2020
Between 1980 and 1982, I spent a lot of time for the Chicago Tribune in Central American countries such as El Salvador, Guatemala, and Nicaragua–all of which were involved in some vicious uprisings and revolutions. From time to time, I post one of the stories I wrote from these places. The following...

Marxism in the Classroom = Riots in the Streets

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  3. Wednesday, 29 July 2020
I am reposting commentary from Clare M. Lopez, who is the Vice President for Research and Analysis at the Center for Security Policy and a Senior Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research. In her excellent and cogent observations, she explains the strategy by socialists and communists to fomen...

BIDEN’S “PLAN” TO FIX EDUCATION

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  3. Monday, 27 July 2020
The most distressing element of the nation-wide pandemic and shutdown has been the decision by some local governments, school boards, and teachers unions to prohibit children from attending school. We can argue about motive all we want, but ultimately it comes down to politics. Opponents of allowing...

The ‘Unhypenated American’ is gone

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  3. Sunday, 26 July 2020
I am sad to report that Lloyd Marcus, who proudly called himself “the unhyphenated American” passed away this past Friday from an apparent heart attack. Fortunately, I was able to run a few of Lloyd’s commentaries and essays on my blog. They were always filled with common sense and street-wise wisdo...

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