Colonial American Gun Culture and the Rights of Englishmen

Genuine American gun culture comes from our rights as Englishmen, as guaranteed by the Crown. This should automatically clear up why New Hampshire has great gun laws and Maryland doesn’t, for those who know history. New Hampshire was established by John Mason under the authority and charter of King James’ Privy Council. Mason was an English sailor, cartographer, and most notably of all, a God-fearing and zealous Anglican. If you’re wondering what kept Vermont relatively sane, I’d call your attention to the fact that Vermont was a frontier state settled largely by families from New Hampshire. One might look at New Hampshire and Vermont as islands of relative sanity adrift in an ocean of Unitarian-Puritanical Dissenter perversion.

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More’s The Pity

All over the West people are searching for meaning. Identities confused. Ethnicity. Language. Culture. Ancestry. They’re trying to recreate what we have lost in the last 100 years. That is all it took. 100 years and 20th century philosophy, which ultimately had its roots in Enlightenment philosophy where they killed the objective truth, attempted to kill God, and the embodiment of truth, Jesus Christ.

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The Falsity of Same-Sex “Marriage”

We’ve all heard the phrase “Sanctity of Marriage” in some form or another, but what does it really mean? By de-sanctifying this concept, that is, to remove any religious aspects, the case for the preservation of the traditional family can be made in opposition to the newfound equality found in same-sex marriage rights. Outwardly, being that America is the land of the “free,” same-sex marriage equality can be seen as a civil-rights triumph. However, the ramifications of this decision on the traditional family unit, as well as, the moral compass of the nation, can be seen clearly with only the slightest readjustment of our rainbow-colored lenses.

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The California Cataclysm

The actual number of illegal aliens residing in the USA is murky at best.  Estimates vary from 11 to 30 million, but it could easily be much higher. It’s naive to expect an honest national accounting of money spent on illegals because white Americans can’t be displaced without their blithe complacency. No federal agency or respectable think tank is interested in pursuing that sort of inquiry.  Instead, let’s focus on what we know about the most egregious state: California. This place is already beginning to fail, so it provides the best glimpse of what we can expect across the country.

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