Tag: the Democratic party
The Suppression of the Maryland Moderates During the Civil War
Paul W. Callahan
When Democracy Fell: The Subjugation of Maryland During the U.S. Civil War
Pennsauken, N.J.: BookBaby, 2023
The impulse behind the colony of Maryland came from George Calvert, Lord Baltimore — a convert to Roman Catholicism. The Royal Charter for it was granted to his son Cecil in 1632. The colony’s purpose was to provide a refuge for English Catholics, and for a time Catholics dominated its government, although it was religiously tolerant toward Protestants. (more…)
We use case studies in law and business to learn about how rules and principles work in real life. This is apparently not so in politics — or at least Republican politics. Trump’s victory in 2016 should be the model for any Republican candidate who is serious about winning, especially since that victory was buttressed by a string of defeats both before and after it.
The special elections earlier this month continued the trend of the GOP snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Andy Beshear, the incumbent white Democrat who is the Governor of Kentucky, defeated his black Republican opponent, Daniel Cameron. (more…)
The struggle against every form of anti-Semitism — from the Left and Islamically motivated — it is our governmental and civic obligation . . . Der Kampf gegen jede Form von Judenfeindlichkeit — von rechts, von links und islamistisch motiviert — ist unsere staatliche und bürgerschaftliche Pflicht . . . (more…)
The Rise of Jackson Hinkle:
Is Twitter’s #1 Anti-Zionist Influencer /OurGuy/?
One knows that criticism of Jews is the ultimate taboo by virtue of the fact that the establishment never bothers to cultivate a controlled or approved opposition to Jews. There are people such as Tommy Robinson, who act as controlled opposition to mass migration, and there are even some Con Inc. operatives such as Charlie Kirk and Matt Walsh who dabble in controlled/approved opposition to anti-whiteness. (more…)
The Greater Idaho movement promises many benefits, and particularly to white Americans. In this article we will explore what the State of Greater Idaho would bring to its new residents, and what challenges this project faces. (more…)
As much as we hate it when Donald Trump sucks up to the Jewish lobby, he will frequently do so in ways that are amusingly condescending. On Rosh Hashanah, Trump made a post on his vanity social media site Truth Social that read: (more…)
Jon Stewart’s Irresistible:
An Election in Flyover Country
The 2020 film Irresistible, written and directed by the well-known former Daily Show host Jon Stewart, is a much-underrated political comedy in which a small-town mayoral campaign becomes a partisan battleground. At first I thought it might cover the same ground as The Candidate. (As I remember from when I watched it around 1979, a young greenhorn campaigns for a Senate seat, has to tone down his far-Left politics for optics purposes, and is furious because he wins after compromising himself.) Instead, it went in some surprising directions. (more…)
No one sensible could fail to see that our current political situation is unhealthy and unsustainable. Nor could anyone who is being honest fail to admit that our government is undergoing uncontrolled growth, looming larger and larger in this once-free land that it coldly leeches of vitality in order to strengthen itself. It is not my intent here to provide solutions for all aspects of these problems, but rather to focus on one of its roots, and thereby help to make it at least marginally harder for our elites to spit on our laws, degrade our culture, displace our people with hostile foreigners, and saddle our sons and daughters with massive debt in the process. I am talking about our two-party oligarchy. (more…)
Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords (D- AZ) has condemned the “gun violence and injustice” surrounding the shooting of a 16-year-old sub-Saharan boy in Kansas City on April 13, 2023. Giffords was shot in the head by a mentally ill man in early 2011 and is now a gun control advocate. FOX News blamed American Renaissance for the shooting — a deliberate act of misinformation used against white advocates by mainstream conservatives.
The sub-Saharan in this “gun violence and injustice” morality play, Ralph Yarl, was shot for “ringing the wrong doorbell” by an 84-four-year-old white man named Andrew Lester. (more…)
Wizards: David Duke, America’s Wildest Election, and the Rise of the Far Right
Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt University Press, 2022
Brian Fairbanks is a Louisiana-based journalist who seems to be an ordinary liberal, looking for a Great Society-style social safety net. He has recently published a book about Louisiana’s 1991 gubernatorial election in which David Duke, a white advocate, nearly became Governor. (more…)