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Of "Diversity" and "Context"

From NBC News:

'Meet The Black Woman Reclaiming the Narrative of the Civil War'

"RICHMOND, Va. — On a hot July morning, Christy Coleman recounts the tales of hundreds of slaves who worked at the Tredegar Iron Works, a foundry located along the James River and a national landmark where weapons of the Confederacy were made during the Civil War. As she describes the burning of Richmond, Coleman explains how the ironworks survived and represents a tangible part of American history.
Contemplative, she looks around the 9-acre property. A natural born storyteller, she is animated as she details complexities of Civil War history that took place where she stands.
“History is all around us, we are living in the midst of our history, the question is how do we choose to navigate it?” said Coleman, who became the president of the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar in 2008."
So you probably figured out where this story was going when Coleman is quoted asking how to &q…

Mainstream Media and the Exploitation of Children

Life Site News is reporting the story of an appearance of 11 year old drag queen "Desmond is Amazing" on Good Morning America. According to the website:
"November 16, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – The sexualization and “gender fluidity” of children got one of its most mainstream boosts yet this month, as “Good Morning America” (GMA) devoted a segment to prepubescent “drag artist” Desmond Napoles.
Napoles, known onstage as “Desmond is Amazing,” is a self-described “androgynous drag kid” who identifies as gay (though it’s unclear if he understands the term’s implications). He reportedly started displaying an interest in women’s clothes at age six, after which his parents say a therapist advised them to allow him to “explore.” He rose to prominence in 2014 when RuPaul and Jinkx Monsoon featured him in a music video.
Earlier this month, “GMA Day” co-hosts Michael Strahan and Sara Haines invited Napoles on the show for a celebration of his “trail-blazing” and “bravery” in the world of…

Gordon Duff Fluff

Gordon Duff appeared on the Jeff Rense Show on December 20, 2018 and some of the things he had to say were quite shocking. Anyone questioning the validity of this man would  have easily have found an answer to this question by listening to Rense's December 20th show.

I want to state publicly that I like Jeff Rense but that doesn't mean that I have to agree with everything he has to say.

Rense, like many questioned President  Trump's decision to pull U.S. troops out of Syria and cut the amount of troops stationed in Afghanistan by half.

Quite frankly I don't understand the philosophy of people who opposed the U.S. involvement in Syria but then got mad when Trump announced the withdrawal of our troops from the region.

Duff is one of those people , however, he goes far beyond the mere criticism of most Trump detractors.  In my opinion Duff suffers delusions of grandeur. In his December 20th appearance of the Jeff Rense Program, Duff, made note that Governor Chris Christi…

New Evidence Lends Credibility to Oklahoma Veteran's Version of 2014 Shooting

On August 23, 2018 I published an article about an Oklahoma Army Veteran who has been fighting a 4 year legal battle for confronting trespassers who he suspected were making methamphetamine. The article entitled "Oklahoma Veteran Arrested for Defending Himself Against Alleged Meth-Maker" contained details about the confrontation between Oklahoma veteran Edwin Turlington, Darrell Philpott, Steven Barrett and an unidentified third man.

Turlington claims that Philpott became violent and charged him with a whiskey bottle after he tried to execute a citizens arrest on Philpott and it was at this time Turlington fired a single .380 caliber round into the front of Philpott's leg and then called 9-11.

Astonishingly Oklahoma Sheriff Harlan Moore believes that Turlington shot Philpott in the back of the leg while he was fleeing (despite photographic evidence and the ER nurse who treated Philpott who, in her notes stated the round entered the front of Philpott's leg and exited…

Disgraced General Tosses Portrait of Robert E. Lee (Because his wife told him to )

On November 21, 2018 the Washington Post published an article written by Retired U.S. General Stanley McChrystal entitled 'Good Riddance: Americans need to set aside icons like Robert E. Lee to live up to our potential'.

The article contains a picture of a (digitally) vandalized portrait of General Robert E. Lee, which one can only assume, given the history of the Washington Post, is not only an approval of past attacks on Confederate monuments but also a wink and a nod to future attacks as well.
In the article McChrystal admits that a portrait of General Robert E. Lee hung on his wall, wherever he went , for over 34 years and that the portrait was given to him as a gift from his wife, who coincidentally is the one who told him to take it down.
The reason? McChrystal states:
"In the summer of 2017, my wife, Annie, urged me to take down the picture. Disgusted by the images of hate and white supremacy that had descended on Charlottesville in the form of angry, torch-bearin…

Talk Show Interviews and an Important Announcement about "Truthseekers"

I've been busy lately. Real busy, so I haven't had time to update the website. Now that I have a quick minute I want to share an important announcement.

I asked to be allowed to terminate my contract with my publisher due to disagreements about how the promotion of the book was being handled.

The good news is that there are approximately 200 copies of “A Truthseeker’s Guide to False Flags” and then they are gone...for a while.

Another publisher has expressed interest in the book and I am awaiting for them to make a final decision.

If this does not come to pass I will be starting my own publishing company in 2019. For now you can still obtain a copy by clicking on the following link: https://barnesreview.org/product/truthseekers-guide-to-false-flags/

I have also participated in two interviews since my last post, which you can watch below. Stay tuned. I am eagerly awaiting new opportunities in 2019.

Click on this link to watch my November 30 appearance on The Dixie Heritage Hou…