Category: African-Americans

The Plague of Yesteryear & Small Pox At the Revolution. What of the Wuhan Flu Today?

Pandemic, deadly diseases have played a major role in shaping our history.  The Plague changed the map of Europe and had much to do with England’s political development.  It ended England’s practice of feudal slavery and set England on the path to becoming a liberal democracy.  The Plague came to

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Slavery, Color of Change, Pinterest, and Plantation Weddings

The Pinterest and Plantation Wedding kerfuffle shows how the Left preys on American’s ignorance to destroy both the beauty and the lessons of history. Immediately after Thanksgiving, I headed to Charleston with my Little Bookworm, who had asked to see a true Southern city. She originally suggested Nashville, but I’m

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The 1619 Project: Reframing History & Redefining Racism

“White Supremacy” is a progressive canard to keep the race card viable in the absence of actual racism. It paints all whites as inherently racist and promotes the worst of tribalism as a progressive political tool. The New York Times’ 1619 Project seeks to “reframe” American history to mark the

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No. 12 Bookworm Podcast: Slavery was a blessing for today’s African Americans

Though slavery was awful, for today’s American blacks what would have been even worse was an absence of the slavery that brought them to these shores. (If you prefer listening over reading, the companion podcast to this post is embedded below, or you can listen to it at Libsyn or at Apple

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Progressive Tribalism & The 1619 Project (Updated)

The 1619 Project – a media driven campaign to view everything about this nation through a dark and myopic racial prism — is pure evil. It is the basest of modern lies, told to stir the basest of emotions, all to separate society and, thereby, to achieve a political end

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No. 10 Bookworm Podcast — Tlaib, Omar, Israel, and the Times takes on slavery

The advent of the internet means that ordinary people like me can loudly criticize Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and the Times‘ ridiculous 1619 project. (If you prefer listening to reading, the companion podcast is embedded below, or you can listen to it at Libsyn or at Apple podcasts. I’m trying

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