The Bookworm Thinker for 11 Nov. 2021

Welcome, all, on this date of 11 Nov. , and a Happy Veteran’s Day to all. On this day:

1620 – The Mayflower Compact, the first governing document executed by colonists to the New World, was assigned aboard ship this day in  Provincetown Harbor.

1778 – Cherry Valley massacre: A force of Loyalists and Seneca Indian attacked a fort and the houses outside of the fort.  Unable to reduce the fort, the Indians went on a murderous rampage, slaughtering half the civilians they came upon, to the number of thirty, and taking the other half prisoner.  The Indians likewise killed half the soldiers they chanced upon outside the fort and made prisoners of the rest.  The massacre, coming on the heels of the Wyoming Valley Massacre, led George Washington to launch the punitive Sullivan Expedition against the four nations of the Iroquois Indians who were allied with Britain.

Now on to the important part of this post.

Ms. Book W. Room, writing under the nom de guerre of Andrea Widburg, is employed by the conservative site, American Thinker, to edit submissions to the site and to write several daily posts of her own.  Below are her posts on this date.  Since commentary to the posts are restricted at American Thinker (long story), feel free to comment on the day’s offerings below.

Today’s Offerings:

The Rittenhouse case highlights tyrannical prosecutors

(Edited by Ms. BWR)

America is suffering from a rash of prosecutors who are petty tyrants bent on fundamentally changing America by nullifying our duly enacted laws. That is as unconstitutional at the county and state level as it is at the federal level. Nothing illustrates this more clearly than the conduct of the prosecutors in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

Prosecutors are part of the executive branch and it is their sworn duty to uphold all laws. They have no power to nullify laws they don’t like, whether it be bail, property crimes, or the laws governing illegal aliens and immigration. A particularly damaging example of this is occurring in Wisconsin, where the fundamental right to keep and bear arms in self-defense is under attack by an outrageously abusive district attorney’s office. . . .

Continue reading at American Thinker