• CoS 1

    Convention of States

    Is it a Trap or Is It Time?   An Article V (five) Convention of States (see the US Constitution) has been bandied about for some time now.  It is both feared and favored by scores of conservative icons.  The left, having raked in a …

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  • Declaration Of Independence

    Declaration of Independence: Original Draft (1776)

    ~ by James Still ~ Thomas Jefferson used many opportunities to oppose slavery. One example is his Original Draft of the Declaration of Independence. John Adams, writing almost 50 years later, praised Jefferson’s original draft. “I was delighted with its high tone, and the flights …

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  • Blowback FP

    Blowback from “Needle in a Haystack”

    OK, maybe it wasn’t as bad as the illustration suggests.  But the criticism of my article was significant.  (See original article  here).  One was a failure on the part of readers to notice I suggested the deportation of non-citizen Muslims only.  You can’t deport citizens …

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  • Hillary Clinton

    Corruption Most Foul – Hillary Clinton

    There is a foul odor emanating from Northeastern United States. Its epicenter is Chappaqua, NY. However, other locales such as New York City, Washington DC, Charleston, SC, and wherever else the Hillary for President campaign happens to be traveling, do their fair share in polluting …

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  • Hands Up, Don't Shoot

    Hands Up, Don’t Shoot: A myth born from a lie

    In November-December 2014, I wrote a series of nine articles for the American Thinker website describing the various groups then engaged in the Ferguson, Missouri protests. The titles of those posts, in order of their appearances, contain hyperlinks to the articles: Group proposes ‘Rules of …

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  • Liberal Media Bias

    Pro-Clinton media uses psyops against Trump

    The liberal media uses psychological warfare to dispirit Republican voters. Psychological warfare tactics have long been used to influence an opponent’s attitude and plans. Two of the most famous psyops warriors in World War II were Tokyo Rose, representing the Imperial Japanese Empire, and Lord …

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  • Needle In A Haystack

    Needle in a Haystack

    (Analysis of the fallout from massacre at the Pulse night club in Orlando)   “Needle in a haystack,” is a phrase we hear a lot recently, usually in relation to the FBI’s attempts to identify potential terrorists.  Not only do I find this analogy unsatisfying, …

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  • Declaration Of Independence

    Declaration of Independence (1776)

    ~ by James Still ~ All thirteen Colonies approved a Resolution of Independence on July 2, 1776. The completed Declaration of Independence was approved on July 4, 1776. On display, at the National Archives Bldg. in Washington, DC, is the copy ordered on July 19, …

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  • Eliot Ness

    A Bureau on the Bubble – The FBI Struggles

    Delayed resolution to Hillmailgate is eroding the F.B.I.’s credibility. As time passes with no outcome to the investigation of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s possible misuse of classified emails, incremental damage is being done to the legendary image of the incorruptibility of the Federal Bureau of Investigation …

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    In Pursuit of Liberty (1765)

    ~ by James Still ~ Without a reminder, the human mind simply forgets. Thomas Paine wrote, “It is at all times necessary… that we frequently refresh our patriotism by reference to first principles.”[1] Writing about America’s first settlers, John Adams reminded his readers of the …

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