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Memorial Day speech by Ronald Reagan – VIDEO

May 29, 2017

The people of United States, a nation struggling to regain a sense of optimism and confidence, have, over many years, been told by a preponderance of the elites in American society that their country is one of an ignoble nature and history. That “American Exceptionalism” is a myth that has precipitated the plunder of the planet and the exploitation of mankind throughout the world

Are Zombies Real? Duh, Yes

October 31, 2013

‘Are Zombie Real?’ letter to the editor

Tyranny of the Parasites

October 10, 2013

Tyranny, being as endemic to the human condition as other similar privations of the human good such as ignorance, vice, or sickness, is as old as mankind. What may be new, however, is the uniquely intractable form of tyranny that is currently metastasizing throughout the world, namely the rule of an authoritarian plurality of societal parasites. Our next thousand years of darkness, if such be our fate, will begin under the governance of a “parasitocracy.”

What Democrats really care about

October 6, 2013

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Ronald Regan’s son calls ‘The Butler’ movie “A bunch of lies”

August 28, 2013

Michael Reagan, son of 40th President Ronald Reagan, is calling Lee Daniels’ The Butler a “bunch of lies.”
The film, which purports to reflect the true story of a black butler who worked in eight presidential administrations, has already been shredded by Reagan historians for incorrectly painting the conservative icon as racially insensitive.
The inspiration for the film, Eugene Allen, appeared to have no malice toward the Reagans given his statements and choice of wall decor. The real Allen proudly displayed a photograph of the Reagans in his living room.
Now, it’s the president’s son’s turn to shred the film’s narrative.
Reagan lashes out at The Butler for distorting so much of Allen’s life for cheap dramatic effect but saves plenty of energy for attacking its dishonest portrayal of his father.
If you knew my father, you’d know he was the last person on Earth you would call a racist.
If Strong had gotten his “facts” from the Reagan biographies, he’d have learned that when my father was playing football at Eureka College one of his best friends was a black teammate.
Strong also would have learned that my father invited black players home for dinner and once, when two players were not allowed to stay in the local hotel, he invited them to stay overnight at his house.
Screenwriter Strong also might have found out that when my father was governor of California he appointed more blacks to positions of power than any of his predecessors — combined.

‘The Butler’ movie slams Ronald Regan

August 15, 2013

He adds that during Reagan’s days at Eureka College he once refused to stay at a “whites only” hotel, opting to take his two black teammates to his parents’ home “where they were warmly welcomed.” Reagan’s life story has many such tales, Shirley says.