(VeriteNews) When the road connected Chicago to Los Angeles in 1926, it represented the possibility of the automobile. In the 1930s, it served as an east-to-west escape route from the Dust Bowl during the Great Depression. By the 1950s, the 2,400-mile highway lured travelers with the post-World War II promise of adventure on the open road.
(The Federalist) The ultimate rescuer and savior for mankind would be a “messiah,” who would vanquish evil, oppression and falsehood once and for all. It is no accident that only Christianity has its roots and its entire reason for being in the messiah Jesus Christ. No other religion makes the claim that it was founded by a messiah.
(National Review) This most dangerous class comes from the growing number of underemployed, overeducated people. They’re what has been described in Britain as the lumpenintelligentsia: alienated, angry, and potentially agents of our social and political deconstruction.
Flashback 1966: Jews Create Even More Anti-Semitism By Demanding Post Office Not Issue A Christmas Stamp
(Christians for Truth) In 1966, a Jewish supremacist organization — the American Jewish Congress — attempted to use their inordinate power to stop the U.S. Postal Service from issuing a postage stamp that offended their Jewish sensibilities under the guise of so-called “separation of church and state“:
(Real Clear Public Affairs) Michael Knox Beran’s prosopography can be overwhelming. It moves among veins of interconnected White Anglo-Saxon Protestants – what used to be thought of as our ruling class – at a pace that feels like narrative fracking. The shards that fly at the reader sometimes enlighten; sometimes they even thrill. Frequent breaks will be needed to cope with this dizzying array of oligarchs, Brahmins, and Anglo-Dutch patroons.
(Ammo.com) To tell the tale of Louis L’Amour is to tell the tale of a bygone America, one where freedom was much easier to come by, though just as dangerous to defend.
(Unz Review) It is said that Abraham Lincoln met Harriet Beecher Stowe in 1862 and remarked, “So you’re the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war!”
(Daily Bell) In its ongoing Holy War against normal American life, terrorist organization ADL (Anti-Defamation League) declared a fatwa against 2021 Halloween blasphemers, and it’s a doozy.
(American Thinker) As a college professor for over 35 years, I’ve gotten to know three generations of students: Gen X (born between 1965 and 1980), the Millennials (1981-1996), and now Gen Z (1997-2012).
(American Conservative) I had my first beer in the house where J.D. Vance lives now. Will our home state send him to the Senate?