Monthly Archives: May 2011

Dale Peterson Addresses Providence College Youth for Western Civilization

Sorry this story is a little late, but this is the first I’ve seen of it. Dale Peterson addressed the Providence College YWC in April. Something that should warm paleo hearts, Peterson says illegal immigration is his primary issue 

Dale Peterson is a regular reader of the YWC website, and informed the chapter that his primary issue is curbing illegal immigration into this country.

“Where’s The Birth Certificate” by Jerome Corsi a New York Times Best-Seller

It’s #6 on the Times‘ nonfiction list.

As I have said before, I think it is unfortunate that Corsi is staking his claim so strongly that Obama was not born in Hawaii, but he has been all over the alternative media (certainly not the MSM unless they are ridiculing him) keeping the issue of Obama’s murky background out there when few others are, so for that he deserves our thanks. Corsi’s book also explores other issues such as the Connecticut SSN, which should be considered fraudulent until proven otherwise.

Here is CNN covering the sales of the book.

Addendum: The UK Daily Mail has a story here.

Addendum II: Apparently, Where’s the Birth Certificate is the hottest topic on Amazon. This is Jerome Corsi’s Facebook post:

The customer forum on WHERE’S THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE is currently the hottest forum — most responses — of any other book or product on The Obama birth certificate issue is not going away, especially as millions more Americans wake up to the fact the document released by the White House on April 27 is a forgery.

Youth for Western Civilization Announces First National Conference

From the YWC website:

Youth for Western Civilization is pleased to announce its first ever national conference from June 17-June 19.  The conference will take place all day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and will be held at a location in the Washington DC area.  Food and lodging will be provided for all conference attendees.  Keep in mind, all attendees will be expected to stay for all day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  

I can’t overestimate the importance of this conference.  This will be the first time that YWC members from all over the country will be meeting to learn political technology, network with like minded people, and put together our plan for next year.  All the work that we’ve been doing over the last couple years will come together at this conference.  It will be YWC’s real birth as a national organization with a support structure to build and maintain chapters at campuses all around the country. 

If you are a member of YWC or want to start a new chapter, you can’t afford to miss this opportunity.  

Preference will be given to YWC members.  If you are a student but not a current YWC member and would like to attend, please email your name, university, phone number, current year in school, and a brief message (no longer than 400 words) expressing your interest to 

Students are signing up today and space is limited so the sooner you can act, the better.

The Real Right has arrived — and the revolution begins on June 17.  Be a part of it.  

What it comes down to

I’ve read some of the excerpts on Ron Paul’s profile in May issue of Esquire. I found this line to very interesting:

“If we had stuck to what Congressman Paul views as our founding principles, we would have undoubtedly been a smaller and poorer and less consequential country, but also purer and freer and more peaceful. It’s a trade he is willing to make.

Read more:

Now I don’t believe this nor should you. The U.S. avoided most foreign entanglements until 1898 and was quite prosperous. It grew as a nation both in population and in wealth without the welfare state, personal income tax or a central bank for much of its history. It survived a bloody internal struggle to boot without needing bases overseas. To suggest that by giving up the trappings of empire we’ll wind up like Zimbabwe is ridiculous and a false choice.

Now there are those who believe the U.S. just has to be No. 1 in everything but Chilton Williamson Jr. in the latest edition of Chronicles says it’s not necessary and the country would be better off and richer remaining true to itself and its values rather than being true the great game power politics and economic imperialism.

Here are some other articles for your consideration:

SARTRE at BATR: “The Neo-Con Hell on Earth”

J.J. Jackson at Liberty Reborn: “To Tyranny and Beyond!”

Another from SARTRE: “AIPAC’s Zionists are the Arch-Enemy of America”

Justin Raimondo at “The Reinvention of Historical Memory

Jeff Taylor at Front Porch Republic:  “Agrarian Politics”

Could European social unrest hit America? asks Eric Margolis at Lew

We’re Back…

Sorry for the recent lack of new posts. A couple of our writers have been away from computer access for a few days.

Also, rest assured that no one was censored. No one has been checking the spam filter for the past few days. All comments that were pending have been approved.

The US is turning into a Third World country

American Cities Turn into Hellholes


The U.S. economy is dying and we are heading for the next Great Depression.  The talking heads in the mainstream media love to spin the economic numbers around and around and they love to make it sound like the economy is improving, but the truth is that it doesn’t take a genius to see what is happening to the U.S. economic system.  All over the nation many of our greatest cities are being slowly but surely transformed into post-apocalyptic wastelands.  All over the mid-Atlantic, all along the Gulf coast, all throughout the “rust belt” and all over the entire state of California cities that once had incredibly vibrant economies are being turned into rotting, post-industrial hellholes. In many U.S. cities, the “real” rate of unemployment is over 30 percent. There are some communities that will start depressing you almost the moment that you drive into them. It is almost as if all of the hope has been sucked right out of those communities.  If you live in one of those American hellholes you know what I am talking about.  Sadly, it is not just a few cities that are becoming hellholes.  This is happening in the east, in the west, in the north and in the south.  America is literally being transformed right in front of our eyes.

If you still live in an area of the United States that is prosperous, do not mock the cities that you are about to read about.  The cold, hard reality of the matter is that economic decline and economic despair are spreading rapidly and they will come to your area soon enough.  Right now we are still talking about “American hellholes”, but if the long-term economic trends that are destroying this nation are not turned around eventually we will just be talking about one gigantic “American hellhole”.  In the end, no area of the country will completely escape the economic hell that is coming.

Let’s take a closer look at what is currently happening in some of the worst areas of the country….
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The Daily Kos Disses Roy Moore

See here.

First of all, Roy Moore is not a “disgraced former Chief Judge of the Alabama Supreme Court” because he was kicked out of his job by a bunch of cowards. (Emphasis mine.) (Something tells me that the Daily Kos would not describe those blacklisted by Hollywood in the 50′s as “disgraced.” It would see them as martyred heroes.) Moore is a man of principle who stood up to the powers that be and paid a high personal price for it. I guess “disgrace” is in the eye of the beholder, so to speak.

But besides the obvious contempt, the Daily Kos story actually does a decent job of updating us on the Moore campaign. Something that can’t be said of many conservative sites who should be chronicling the campaign.

Now I realize that some people, even people at this website, are skeptical about why we should cover the presidential campaign of a man who has twice lost primaries in his own state, but read this:

And while it is hard to know how seriously to take his campaign, I think the best approach is with a certain willing suspension of disbelief.

What news coverage Moore gets tends to be in the places he visits on his testing the waters tour.

We should cover Moore’s campaign* and give him the respect he deserves at a website like this precisely because he won’t get it from the mainstream media or the mainstream right.

So check back here for your Roy Moore updates.

*My hunch is that Moore actually has in mind the Constitution Party nomination, and is just announcing for the GOP primary to increase his visibility and raise funds (As I have said before, this is a bad strategy IMO.), but until we know this for sure, we should cover his campaign as if he is genuinely seeking the GOP nomination.

If Obama is “Irish,” then so are the Japanese

Together with first lady Michelle Obama, the president kissed and hugged scores of residents before pausing at Ollie Hayes’ pub for the requisite pint of Guinness. He drank about three-fourths of it and later remarked, “I feel even more at home after that pint that I had.”

All day, Obama played upon his Irish roots, only discovered during his presidential campaign. His hosts helped him along. “Today, the 44th president comes home,” said Irish Taoiseach, or prime minister, Enda Kenny. “He doesn’t just speak the American dream. He is the American dream.”

At which point the president introduced himself: “My name is Barack Obama of the Moneygall Obamas,” he told the crowd that had begun gathering seven hours earlier. “And I’ve come home to find the apostrophe that we lost somewhere along the way.” ~ Tuscan Citizen

In a form of postmodern legerdemain, the media, in the wake of Obama’s visit to Ireland, have hailed Obama as “Irish” because of his white ancestors’ Irish ancestry.  To the observant, Obama looks about as Irish as a cat looks like a dog.  If Obama is “Irish,” then anything can be Irish.

Let’s see how closely related to the Irish Obama is using genetic distances between various populations.  As noted by Bryan Sykes in the Genetic Roots of Britain, there is very little genetic distance between the Irish and English.  Nearly everyone from the Isles seems to be descended from the same stone-age people who (periodically) occupied the British isles for tens of thousands of years.  Step out a little farther from the Isles, and using Cavalli-Sforza’s genetic distance charts from his History and Geography of Human Genes, one sees distance widening.  The genetic distance from the Danish to the Irish is 1.0.  The genetic distance of the Italians would be 2.5 times as distant as the English/Irish-Danish distance.  Iranians are 9 times more distant.  The Japanese are 59 times more distant. And  Sub-Saharan Africans are 109 times more distant from the English than are the Danish (which is unsurprising given recent Neanderthal findings).

Assume that Obama’s genetic markers are half-white and half-black.  He would be still 55 times more genetically distant from the English than would an average Dane.  In other words, any average Dane off the street would be about 55 times more closely related to the English/Irish than is Obama.  Obama is about as “Irish” as a Japanese person (who is 59 times more distant from the English).  As an Irish friend emailed today, “he’s not my kin.”

Chronicles Magazine Turns Off Comments

This is an unfortunate development.

Dr. Fleming has always seemed to have little tolerance for the ill-informed people who chose to spout off on internet forums as if they know something, but the way I see it these folks are the price you have to pay for the excellent discussions that would often arise.

I learned a lot from my discussions at Chronicles. They probably helped me form and mold my political thought more than any other single source. Perhaps most importantly they taught me to keep my mouth shut when I didn’t know what I was talking about. There were some smart people who commented there including, of course, the management, and you couldn’t get away with not knowing your stuff.

Randy Savage dies and Chronicles turns off comments on the same day. I need a Prozac. :-( Both will be missed.


Randy “Macho Man” Savage, R.I.P.

Randy “Macho Man” Savage has passed away. He was one of the great ones. His WrestleMania match with Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat was one of the best ever. I watched it with a group of guys in college, and we were all awe struck, even the ones who didn’t follow rasslin’. He will be missed. May he rest in peace.

Race, the Left and Ron Paul

I remember Princeton scholar Cornel West asking on a radio show “How many blacks have go down for Obama?” This was after the whole Shirley Sherrod brouhahah (actually she’s now back working for the USDA) and it’s an interesting question. West of course is taking a lot of heat on the Left for basically describing Obama as a “corporate puppet” which is something you’ll hear here and websites like Lew and The New American.

Not that West is becoming a conservative but the attention and reaction he’s receiving is good demonstration of what the term “closing ranks” means. Those outside the fortress had better learn what the word “Incoming!” means.

In such West could commiserate with Ron Paul, because even though Paul is probably the only Republican who be willing to actually help African-Americans instead of just being a symbol (and according to West not a very “black” one at that) by calling off the Federal War on Drugs and prevent blacks who join the military from being cannon fodder for the Empire, those who surround and protect the President within the castle walls will make sure RP’s message never gets inside.

If Paul does well then certainly the infamous “newsletters” and his lack of fealty to the shibboleth of the 1964 Civil Rights Act in a phony concern of retroactive voting, plus some other things, will be brought up again and again just to others on the Left who might be attracted to Paul on certain issues, at least to offer a protest vote since the white Left has no intention of challenging Obama’s nomination from the Democratic Party. It is not doing so largely because of race. So the far Left sits trapped, wedded to Presidency it cannot overthrown but cannot influence. Those who might have an interest in Paul will be branded racists by the same  persons even if they cannot admit to themselves that because of race they must be silent as Obama rules.

There are a lot more contradictions race brings out in the Left (such as in France where the Left deals with immigration through censorship rather than at the border, showing what they really feel about freedom of speech) in comparison to the “values” it supposedly believes in. Free speech is shackled by political correctness, economic justice by unlimited immigration, peace by the terrorists within, feminism and homosexual rights by tolerance of more socially conservative (Islamic) immigrant cultures. It easy to attack outside the fortress but it doesn’t strengthen the foundation from the rot of hypocrisy.

Jerome Corsi’s Where’s The Birth Certificate Released Today

As I mentioned in the post below, Jerome Corsi’s new book Where’s the Birth Certificate was released today. Corsi has a lot of radio interviews lined up. This is from his Facebook page:

Book in the stores tomorrow. If it becomes a bestseller, the Obama eligibility issue will not go away. I start radio with Sean Hannity tomorrow. We have two weeks of back-to-back radio already scheduled. Obama lied. He was not born in Hawaii. Starting tomorrow, I plan to tell the whole story.

This is from the linked article:

“With the unprecedented success of this book several weeks ago, reaching No. 1 at Amazon, I fully expected Obama, in desperation, to release a fraudulent document – and that’s exactly what he did,” said Corsi. “I was warned by excellent sources it was coming. And it’s not even a good forgery. I am prepared to tell all beginning today – not only about the birth certificate, but also to explain why even a birth on U.S. soil could not possibly qualify Obama for the presidency as a natural born citizen.”…

… Corsi’s first nationwide interview takes place on the Sean Hannity radio show this afternoon. He follows that up with appearances on hundreds of other radio and television shows.

“Obama tried to preempt this book with the release of a document he had been hiding with good reason for two-and-a-half years,” said Corsi. “However, he has done himself in by counting on a compliant media to simply accept it at face value as authentic. It is not. Now he will have to face the music for attempting to deceive the American public and defraud the Constitution he took an oath to uphold.”

On April 27, with great fanfare, Obama finally released his “birth certificate” after years of stonewalling, after spending a fortune on attorneys to block its release and defend against dozens of lawsuits brought by citizens wanting to see it, after claiming he had already released it and after ridiculing everybody who said he had not released it.

Yet a stunning Gallup Poll taken more than a week later (May 5-8) shows more than half of all Americans remain unconvinced Obama was born in the U.S.

Reportedly, the book also covers the original intent of the phrase “natural born citizen” and the Connecticut Social Security number issue.

Corsi makes the bold claim above that Obama was not born in Hawaii. Personally, I would not make that claim because even if his long form birth certificate is fraudulent, that doesn’t mean he wasn’t born in Hawaii. But on an issue where a lot of people make a lot of claims that are speculative or not accurate, Corsi has always been well informed and careful about what he says so maybe he has sufficient grounds to make that claim. Anyway, I wish Dr. Corsi great success with the sale of his book and hope he represents those of us with doubts about the Obama narrative well.

Cowardly Sean Hannity Cancels Jerome Corsi Interview

Sean Hannity is a coward. This is from Jerome Corsi’s Facebook page:

At the last minute HANNITY CANCELLED — I guess joining Bill O’Reilly to dismiss the “Birthers” — we had keep the first radio for Hannity for 3 months. He cancelled today. STEVE MALZBERG gets the first interview later this afternoon. Call Hannity and let him know what you think.

For those who don’t know, Jerome Corsi’s book about the Barack Obama birth certificate issue was released today. Corsi has A TON of radio interviews scheduled in the next couple of weeks, but Hannity was supposed to be his first interview.

Send Sean an e-mail and ask him why he chickened out. Please be civil.

World Net Daily Plugs Roy Moore Candidacy

World Net Daily is plugging a possible Roy Moore candidacy at the top of it’s front page. The article is titled “Trump and Huck out, now a new name looking to jump in.” Moore is an occasional columnist for WND. The article is very favorable.

If for some reason you can’t support Ron Paul, perhaps because of immigration, I suggest you give Roy Moore a hard look. With Huck out of the race, that should open up some space for other candidates vying for the support of social conservatives.

Moore also has a new designated web address, something we earlier suggested he needed. Maybe Moore is reading CHT. :-)

Ron Paul on the Osama bin Laden Raid

Ron Paul is taking some heat for his statements on the Osama bin Laden raid. He shouldn’t be, but the Paul haters will use every opportunity they can to attack Paul and mischaracterize his positions. Paul is essentially saying that we should have gotten Pakistan’s, a sovereign nation, permission first. This is an entirely reasonable position, so all the Paul haters can spare me the feigned outrage.

See here. (Notice the 400+ comments although it is also about Newt’s support for an individual mandate.)

And here. (Note 246 comments at the time of this post.)

Here is my comment on the first article:

Mr. Kaminsky is playing dumb for the sake of attempting to score points against Ron Paul. Paul didn’t say anything different on Sunday than he said in his previous statement so spare me the feigned shock and outrage.

Pakistan is a sovereign nation and ostensibly an ally. Of course we should have asked their permission before conducting a raid into their country. Does Canada or Mexico or whoever get to perform raids into America without asking our permission first? If they did the same people bleating about Paul would be outraged at such a breach of our sovereignty as well they should be. Either the rules apply both ways or they don’t apply at all.

And spare me the act as if Ron Paul’s foreign policy views are not already well know and a (probably the) major reason people who love him love him and people who hate him hate him. He will do no worse or no better in Iowa and SC than he would have done before this statement. In fact, had he said he approved of a raid into a sovereign nation without their permission he would have taken grief from his non-interventionist supporters.

Articles for your consideration

Josh Green has a very interesting article in the The Atlantic on Sarah Palin and if you look through the comment section you’ll see I offer my take.

“Presidential Texts from the Edge” by J.J. Jackson at Liberty Reborn

“War on Terror a False Flag Operation” by SARTRE at BATR

“The Real Enemy of Unions” by Barry Lynn at Washington Monthly

“Southern Conservatism – The View from Brooklyn”  by John Shelton Reed at Front Porch Republic

“The U.S. – Post bin Laden” by Butler Shaffer of Lew

“Hail to the Tyrant” by Gene Healy at TAC

Movie Review of “Thor” at Alt. Right


No Huck and weak Mitt – the GOP’s 2012 presumed frontrunners

Mike Huckabee said himself that the world isn’t revolving around whether he runs for President or not. Certainly a billion Chinese don’t care and I think it is a refreshing attitude there’s no will to destiny unlike the Republican’s resident Nietzschean Newt Gingrich. Knowing in all likelihood he would run another grassroots rich but cash-poor campaign which wasn’t a pleasant experience the last time for him and his family and leave him vulnerable to another pounding from his enemies he couldn’t respond to, Mike Huckabee probably did the wise thing and said no, he’s more happy doing what he’s doing right now maybe in four years, with presumably Obama re-elected and the White House open for a non-incumbent, he’d have a better shot of winning.

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Court: No right to resist illegal cop entry into home

Don’t look now, but the basic relationship between the individual and the government is quickly being redefined — and not for the better:

Overturning a common law dating back to the English Magna Carta of 1215, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Hoosiers have no right to resist unlawful police entry into their homes.

In a 3-2 decision, Justice Steven David writing for the court said if a police officer wants to enter a home for any reason or no reason at all, a homeowner cannot do anything to block the officer’s entry.

“We believe … a right to resist an unlawful police entry into a home is against public policy and is incompatible with modern Fourth Amendment jurisprudence,” David said. “We also find that allowing resistance unnecessarily escalates the level of violence and therefore the risk of injuries to all parties involved without preventing the arrest.”

David said a person arrested following an unlawful entry by police still can be released on bail and has plenty of opportunities to protest the illegal entry through the court system.

Yeah, those old Western European traditions are passé in an empire, where all cultures (except one) are equal. The tradition under English common law that recognized the right of a man to defend his castle just won’t do in a multicult regime. Back then, if the King’s men act illegally, a citizen had the right to resist — it was a type of nullification over illegal acts, another right the ruling elites wish to eradicate.

Instead, we’re supposed to submit to a central government that claims all power, all sovereignty. Re-read that last paragraph in the above quote. It states that the Empire’s subjects are not to worry about the abuse of government power, because they can rely on — yes, the government — to make sure everything’s all right. Feel better?

I prefer this view of the matter:

“The poorest man may in his cottage bid defiance to all the force of the Crown. It may be frail; its roof may shake; the wind may blow through it; the storms may enter, the rain may enter, but the King of England cannot enter.”

But as the Anglo-Celtic majority does away with itself, expect the legal and political traditions that it nourished to fade away with it.