When we let Kennedy’s murderers go, they recreated the country in their own image: a country of bondage, war, and bitter quarrels. To reclaim Kennedy’s vision, reclaim power from the people who killed him.
Video recording about The Men Who Killed Kennedy.
We have reached a new level of prevarication in the Never Trump movement. From the moment election results came in …
If you perceive the state’s activities as patriotic efforts to protect all of us, then Snowden is indeed a traitor. If you see state secrecy – and everything the state does behind that veil – as self-serving efforts to preserve both autonomy and influence, then Snowden and others who drop the veil are heroes. I don’t see any other way to look at it.
Don’t think it can’t happen here. Rather, don’t think it can’t happen twice. I’m not thinking about a second civil …
As many stars revolve around the pole star while earth rotates, remember one constant principle: if Vladimir Putin likes Donald Trump in the White House, the deep state regards Trump as a threat. Watch the contest continue.
We should pay equal attention to evidence about the bullet or bullets that hit Connally. Everything we do know – about when he was first hit, the location of his wounds, and the direction of travel of the bullet or bullets that hit him – indicates more than one shooter.
We still have our friends, we still have faith in ourselves, and most of all we can still reason effectively. Government can shut down a lot, but it can never shut down rational, free thought.
I decided way back when I wrote about Reagan that persuading people to change their minds about politics is not something I would ever try to do. It is like trying to change people’s minds about God or religion in general, another thing I never try to do.
If you want to understand the despair that led to election of a strongman two weeks ago, look back to another leader, executed on a sunny Friday afternoon as he waved from his car.
The forty-eight hours from noon on Friday, 11/22/1963, to noon Sunday, 11/24/1963, represent the most critical events in American history …