With November 4 having passed without the Antifa “revolution” promised (read: threatened) by the Revolutionary Communist Party front group calling itself “Refuse Fascism,” some in the the liberal media are busily accusing those who reported on this of crying wolf. Of course, those reports were based in fact even if the planned/promised/threatened revolution failed to materialize.
An FBI paper, “Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Current Analysis,” said King had “continued to carry on his sexual aberrations secretly” while posturing as a moral leader.
An FBI paper just released, “Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Current Analysis,” expressed concern about “the degree of communist influence on King.”
A government school in Cambridge, New York, has sparked a firestorm after giving young children documents that included, among other outrages, information on “sex change surgery.”
Secret societies such as the Bohemian Grove and Skull and Bones play a major role in American affairs and have for generations; that much is clear and well documented. But most Americans have paid little attention — until now.
Documents just released from the CIA archives along with the JFK files record an informant telling a CIA agent in 1954 that Adolf Hitler was alive and living in Colombia.
“Have you sacrificed a virgin on your altar today?” While this question isn’t being uttered (yet), the query “What’s your sign?” is, we’re told, more common now, with Millennials glomming onto astrology as part of a larger embrace of “paganism.”
The American workforce may be shrinking, and it is not for a lack of employment opportunities. As a result of lower prices and enhanced technology, video games are simply becoming a better option for how to spend one’s time — specifically young men’s time.
Students as young as 11-years old in a suburb of Atlanta were forced to complete “homework” and a “quiz” dealing with “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” — even after their parents tried to “opt out.”
The reactions to General John Kelly’s remarks about Robert E. Lee are an example of how even the names of certain historical figures and remarks about historical events, can trigger what could be called a “Pavlovian response.”