The Highlights Of 2017

The Highlights Of 2017

2017 was a very interesting year, a true watershed in the history of the world, the West, and America. What makes it even odder to me that the one thing that sums up the highlights of 2017 actually took place in 2016, specifically on November 8th.

Yes! This video, though from 2016, sums up the foundation of what was 2017. It was, with the amazing and largely unexpected election of Donald Trump to the US Presidency, a year of America rebirth. Of course, like all births, it was accompanied by blood, sweat, and tears. In this case, the blood, sweat and bitter tears of Liberal and Progressives of all flavors as the weeped and gnashed their teeth over a birth that they unsurprisingly so wanted to abort. 😉

Yes, 2017 was the best of years…for we, the People; it was the worst of years for those others living within the borders of our once and future great nation.

Related Reading:

Progressive Steps to Syncopation for the Modern Drummer (Ted Reed Publications)
Our Republican Constitution: Securing the Liberty and Sovereignty of We the People
Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party
America: A Narrative History (Tenth Edition)  (Vol. 2)
Stranger (En espanol): El desafio de un inmigrante latino en la era de Trump (Spanish Edition)

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Of Sons & Daughters

Sons & Daughters
Of Sons & Daughters Who’ve Died

Related Reading:

Stranger (En espanol): El desafio de un inmigrante latino en la era de Trump (Spanish Edition)
Of Poetry and Protest: From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin
A Nation of Nations: A Great American Immigration Story
God and the Illegal Alien: United States Immigration Law and a Theology of Politics (Law and Christianity)
Trayvon Martin, Race, and American Justice: Writing Wrong (Teaching Race and Ethnicity)

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Feliz Dia De La Raza

Dia De La Raza Feliz Dia De La Raza

Today, October 12, large swaths of Spanish-speaking people will celebrate their own version of Columbus Day, Dia De La Raza (Day Of The Race). It’s celebrated on October 12 because on that day in 1492 Christopher Columbus landed in the New World but it is not a celebration of Columbus’ “discovery.” It’s a celebration of Spain and Portugal’s colonization of Central and South America and the creation of the Hispanic “race.”

Yes, you read that right. The Latinos annually celebrate, not just the “discovery” of the New World by Columbus, but its colonization; the destruction of its indigenous civilizations, religions, cultures, and languages; and the genetic genocide of its indigenous peoples through rape and intermarriage.

And nary do we hear a peep of umbrage from the Liberals and Progressives. No, these are “Non-Hispanic Whites” at worst we’re talking about. “Brown people.” People possessed of protected traits that grant them the privilege of never being attacked by our ever-oikophobic Liberals and Progressives. The Latinos “Aren’t White Enough” to generate outrage in the Left.

Related Reading:

Ingles para Latinos, Level 1
The Latino Threat: Constructing Immigrants, Citizens, and the Nation, Second Edition
Racism: A Very Short Introduction
Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House
Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples

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