Category Archives: Site Issues

Please Pardon My Delinquency

Sorry about my less frequent posts recently. I am having computer access issues. A family member who shall remain nameless spilled water on our home laptop so I am having to scrounge for computer time whenever I can get it. Hopefully the volume of posts will be increasing shortly.

Possible Conservative Heritage Times Slogans

This post is partially serious and partially an attempt at humor. I think we need a tagline for our title. For example, Intellectual Conservative has “Conservative & Libertarian Politics.” Independent Political Report has “Covering third parties and independent candidates since 2008.” I think a tagline will add to our new minimalist design. Plus, at some point I would like to make some t-shirts and we will need a slogan for them. Here are some ideas. Please add yours in the comments. Again, some of these are attempts at humor and wouldn’t really be appropriate as a tagline but might be good for an attention grabing t-shirt.

ConservativeTimes.org … bringing you knee-jerk reactions since 2007

ConservativeTimes.org … we cover both sides of the political spectrum, the right and the far-right

ConservativeTimes.org … we were non-interventionists before Ron Paul made it cool

ConservativeTimes.org … dedicated to the quaint notion that we ought to actually follow the Constitution

ConservativeTimes.org … we ain’t neo nothin’

ConservativeTimes.org … pimpin’ Ron Paul before it was cool

ConservativeTimes.org … Sir Robert Filmer and Joseph de Maistre are our inspiration. (Burke and Kirk are for posers.)

ConservativeTimes.org … where the Dark Enlightenment comes to get out of the sun

ConservativeTimes.org … we tried to tell y’all we should have stuck with the Articles of Confederation

ConservativeTimes.org … refighting the Lost Cause daily since 2007

ConservativeTimes.org … not just old school, paleo school (or alternatively … we’re so old school we’re paleo school)

More to come …

CHT Was Hacked!

Sorry for the recent downtime. Apparently we were hacked. Most likely we were hacked because we have the Powers That Be shaking in their boots due to the quality of our anti-Establishment arguments. I guess it’s possible that there is a more mundane explanation, but I’m pretty sure we were the victim of a well orchestrated hack. I’m guessing a combination of the Bilderberg Group and Skull and Bones.

Check Out My New Website

I created a new website. It is at www.danphillipsmd.com. I was just planning to make it a .wordpress.com blog, but the domain was open so I went on and registered it. As I explain in my welcome post, my intent is for it to primarily be an archive for my old articles and any new ones I publish elsewhere. Intellectual Conservative has twice been seriously hacked so my old articles from there were lost. I don’t want that to happen again. If you would, please talk it up and link to it if you have a chance so I can get some traffic coming my way. I’ll post my first article there tomorrow. Thanks.

My CHT New Years Resolution

We get a lot of things sent to us for possible posting here, but I don’t get to most of them. I am on so many e-mail lists that stuff disappears below the fold (so to speak) before I get to it. This year I resolve to do better when it comes to posting submitted material. More content is generally good for page views.

Merry Christmas from CHT!

Go, tell it on the mountain,
Over the hills and everywhere
Go, tell it on the mountain,
That Jesus Christ is born.

While shepherds kept their watching
Over silent flocks by night
Behold throughout the heavens
There shone a holy light.

Go, tell it on the mountain,
Over the hills and everywhere
Go, tell it on the mountain,
That Jesus Christ is born.

The shepherds feared and trembled,
When lo! above the earth,
Rang out the angels chorus
That hailed the Savior’s birth.

Go, tell it on the mountain,
Over the hills and everywhere
Go, tell it on the mountain,
That Jesus Christ is born.

Down in a lowly manger
The humble Christ was born
And God sent us salvation
That blessèd Christmas morn.

Go, tell it on the mountain,
Over the hills and everywhere
Go, tell it on the mountain,
That Jesus Christ is born.

Lyrics courtesy of

Red Phillips Now Posting at BATR Forum

Sorry about going third person, but I wanted the title to pick up in searches. Anyway, I am now posting my article length stuff at the BATR (Breaking All the Rules) Forum. I have my own “Featured Columnist” subforum. My “Who Should I Write-in” article is the first one I have posted there. As of this writing it has 41 views. According to SARTE, who runs the site, the articles get a lot of views but not a lot of comments. (Forum requires registration.) Please post a few comments there if you so desire.

Blog Roll Cleanup Suggestions

In the next few days I plan to cleanup our blog roll. Some of the links are dead. Some are less relevant than they were when they were first put there. So I am asking for suggestions. What to keep (some are obvious), what to remove, and new ones to add.

I want links that reflect the broad spectrum of the dissident right as well as some of the more dissident/paleo friendly mainstream sites.

Thanks.

Christ Arose

Happy Easter from Conservative Heritage Times.

Up from the grave He arose,
With a mighty triumph o’er His foes,
He arose a Victor from the dark domain,
And He lives forever, with His saints to reign.
He arose! He arose!
Hallelujah! Christ arose! ~ Robert Lowry 1874

Merry Christmas from the CHT Writers to all our Readers

Go, tell it on the mountain
Over the hills and everywhere
Go, tell it on the mountain
That Jesus Christ is born

While shepherds kept their watching
Over silent flocks by night
Behold throughout the heavens
There shone a holy light

Go, tell it on the mountain
Over the hills and everywhere
Go, tell it on the mountain
That Jesus Christ is born

The shepherds feared and trembled
When lo! above the earth
Rang out the angels chorus
That hailed the Savior’s birth

Go, tell it on the mountain
Over the hills and everywhere
Go, tell it on the mountain
That Jesus Christ is born

Down in a lowly manger
The humble Christ was born
And God sent us salvation
That blessèd Christmas morn

Go, tell it on the mountain
Over the hills and everywhere
Go, tell it on the mountain
That Jesus Christ is born.

Lyrics by John W. Work, Jr.