Terrorizing The Taliban

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Bill Scott is an accomplished man.  A graduate of the USAF Test Pilot School, aviation journalist, novelist, American, his is a story of service and success any true American would envy and praise.  I met him through my work on the Erik Scott case (the Scott case SMM archive is here).  Bill is Erik’s father, and with his help, License To Kill, The Murder of Erik Scott, was finally published.

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The Second Civil War, 24: Kurt Schlichter Fiction, Books 4-6

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The first book of the series

I reviewed the first three Kelly Turnbull novels by Kurt Schlichter in The Second Civil War 4: Kurt Schlichter Fiction.  As regular readers know, and I hope because they’ve read Schlichter’s first three books, the series is set in an America split into red and blue countries.  The Capitol of the red/free states is Dallas, TX.  The red states have not only retained the Constitution, but strengthened the individual liberties it acknowledges, as well as strengthened its limitations on government.  One notable addition is in order to vote, one must serve in the military, no exceptions.  The red states are known as the United States, and they are productive and prosperous, perhaps even more so than the old United States at its best.

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General Milley: Preserving The International Order?

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18 U. S. Code 2381: Treason  

Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

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Vaccine Mandate: Glorious Victory

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credit: give me liberty

One cannot claim to be a defender of the Constitution with words alone and expect to be believed.  More is required, such as when you want to do something, but know it’s unconstitutional, not only do you not do it, you don’t mention it.  And you absolutely do not let your minions try to figure out sleazy ways around the Constitution.  This is particularly important when you’re the President Of The United States, and you’ve taken this oath, which by remarkable coincidence is in Article II of, you guess it, the Constitution:

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School Attacks 2021, #3: Reality

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Benjamin Franklin

“Those who would give up essential liberty in exchange for a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”

Benjamin Franklin

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The Murder Of Erik Scott: July 10, 2021–11th Anniversary

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In this busy world, a world where it is increasingly hard to be accurately informed, and ridiculously easy to be gaslit, one thing never changes: there are some people all of us should know.  I speak not of people famous for being famous.  I speak not of violent felons made political martyrs, people unworthy of notice, to say nothing of emulation.  I speak not of vacuous celebrities or dimwitted TV talking heads.  I speak of people like Erik Scott. Continue reading

Teaching 9-11: Continuing Evil

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It is tempting to label much with which one disagrees “evil.”  Tempting, but ultimately self-defeating.  If pretty much everything is evil, nothing is evil.  Yet evil unquestionably exists.  It exists to deny the existence of God, to destroy good, to set us one against another, and to mock kindness, tolerance and equal opportunity and equal justice under the law.  It exists to give power to the worst of us.

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