In AmaBhulu: The Birth and Death of the Second America, Harry Booyens tells the story of the Afrikaners, the mainly Dutch settlers who sought religious freedom in South Africa and built a Western civilization, only to have it stripped from them. Americans should learn their lesson, Booyens warns.

One of the wonders of modern times is that reality is often seen as a social construct and therefore optional. Thus, if one finds a particular reality offensive or inconvenient, he just "changes" it.

Attempts to shut down people whose free speech interferes with other people's political agendas go on, with remarkably little notice, much less outrage. The Internal Revenue Service's targeting the tax-exempt status of conservative groups is just one of these attempts to fight political battles by shutting up the opposition, rather than answering them. Another insidious attempt to silence voices that dissent from current politically correct crusades is targeting scientists who do not agree with the "global warming" scenario.

It’s now official. Hillary Clinton released a video on Sunday announcing, to the surprise of absolutely no one, that yes, by golly, she is running for president. “Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion,” she said in the two-and-a-half minute promotion.

Many liberty-minded Americans are aware of the fact that the 14th Amendment has been used by the Supreme Court as the legal justification for extending the reach of the federal government. But how many are aware of the evidence that the 14th Amendment was never legally ratified?

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