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A book review by Al Benson Jr.

Shotwell Publishing in Columbia, South Carolina continues to publish books that all of us need to read and be aware of. One of the latest, just published this year is the book by Garry Bowers that is the title of this review.

Mr. Bowers states in his introduction: “Those who have rewritten our history, often by omission, and those who perpetuate such revision are legion. And they are powerful. They thrive in academia, Hollywood, the national electronic and print media and the halls of legislatures. They demonize entire groups of people to substantiate their elitism. They use the politics of victimization for their own selfish ends. They are the racists who use that very term to slander those with whom they disagree. They are the ‘progressives’ who preserve myths in order to protect their pretensions and self-righteous indignation..365,000 Union soldiers did not die…

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The War On Truth, by Paul Craig Roberts

Posted: June 5, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


Somebody has to fight the police state, and Paul Craig Roberts has tirelessly done so. From Roberts at

“The ability of the owners of the political/media class to discredit and neutralize anyone who poses a threat to their interests simply by rearranging the narratives about them is one of the most destructive psychological weapons in their arsenal. The main reason it’s so hard to convince the public that they have been taken in by propaganda and smear campaigns is because for some stupid reason, one of the most shameful things anyone can do in our society is be fooled. If we are to overcome the narrative dominance of the powerful, it is essential that we find a way to shift that shame from those who have been fooled onto those who have been fooling them.”  — Caitlin Johnstone

Dear Readers:

This is my quarterly call for your…

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Deborah Lee Jarrett

mike brown america GIF

It’s real easy being a tough guy when you are all vested up and dealing with an unarmed person. As long as you have forty others to get your back, being the big dog is fun.    Old ladies, teenage girls, speeders and the occasional shop lifter give cops plenty of room to feel empowered without back up (And their spouses on Saturday night).       But let’s make it Mano E Mano and see what happens.In the normal Cop world they always win because they can call in 800 reserve cops, snipers, APC’s and SWAT teams. Barring that working they can have the Governor call in national guard troops.     But when the chips are down, what will those hired to protect and serve do?  Without back up who are they?  If they don’t have muscle memory to be the better shooter, what will they do?       …

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Raconteur Report: GMTA

Posted: June 3, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

We’ve seen how communist moonbats roll from Russia 1917 to Venezuela yesterday, and we won’t be waiting for our boarding passes for the boxcars. Folks are more than likely going to simply go hunting for the would-be conductors of those trains, and punch their tickets before they even get up a head of steam.

Welcome to the American police state

Posted: June 2, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Deborah Lee Jarrett

Thomas Jefferson quote: Experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted...

Definition of tyranny

1. Oppressive power exerted by government : The tyranny of a police state

When did it become the normal American state to exist in a state of “Diminished liberty” when in public?

When did our liberty fade so far that we cannot drive down the street or walk down the sidewalk without fear of being pulled over, stopped, frisked or searched?

We now live in a virtual police state with heavily armed domestic warriors ruling the public spaces that we occupy

Whether on land, sand or sea, you, and I, are subject at any time to inspection, search questioning or arrest

At any given time, with the amount of laws and regulations on the books, you are most likely in violation of some law

Even worse, with “Proactive policing” you are subject to questioning and a body search simply because an enforcer of the law…

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“Come and hike with me, Grandpa and Grandma!”

Posted: June 2, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

The Defensive Training Group

Updated from June 18.

Can you get up and hike with your grandchildren?  Does your lifestyle demonstrate that you would most likely resemble these grandparents?

Or these?

Both sets of grandparents pictured above will have an influence on their grandchildren.  Based solely on their images, which generation will most likely grow to be active & healthy, all things being equal?  Following that, which generation has a better chance of positively influencing the future and conserving Western Civilization?

Many readers here are grandparents, and those grandchildren are the future of Western Civilization.  Without the rudder of western values, they will founder in the stream of the world.  As grandparents, we can, and should, cultivate our grandchildren by mentoring them in traditional customs, beliefs, and values.  To ignore this wonderful duty is to abandon the future.  Therefore, set the example for them.  Turn off the tube, get out into the air, do physical…

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There is no easy solution to the mess in Venezuela. The answers offered so far are not answers at all. A direct US invasion would only place Guaidó in power, and his social democratic policies would do nothing to alleviate Venezuela’s economic and social catastrophe. No plebiscite or election would change Venezuela’s situation. Continued street protests without co-opting the upper echelon of the military are pointless. Leaving Maduro in power and hoping that his “Bolivarian” socialists willingly abandon power is stupid and dangerous.


One way to eliminate free speech is to shut off economic channels for those expressing unpopular views. From Jeff Thomas at

Left-wing activists have recently been increasingly active in seeking to limit opposing political viewpoints, in order to create a more ubiquitous “groupthink.” One effort in accomplishing this has been to propose the creation of a “Human Rights Committee” in order to monitor the economic transactions of “white supremacist groups and anti-Islam activists.”

This should not be surprising, as, throughout the former Free World, collectivists are, increasingly, coming out of the closet and seeking to eliminate any and all opposition to their cause.

And this should not, in itself, be alarming, as it should be both predictable and understandable that any politically driven group, be it left-leaning or right-leaning, would seek to gain an advantage over its opposite number.

What may be a real cause for alarm, however, is…

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The only guilt in the Russia collusion case is by those who made the case, and in many instances they are guilty of exactly what they accused Trump and his team of doing. From Victor Davis Hanson at

Before the defeat of Hillary Clinton, the idea that the Russians or anyone else could warp or tamper with our elections in any serious manner was laughed off by President Obama. “There is no serious person out there who would suggest that you could even rig America’s elections,” Obama said in the weeks leading up to the 2016 election.

Obama was anxious that the sure-to-be-sore-loser Trump would not blame his defeat on voting impropriety in a fashion that might call into question Clinton’s victory. After Clinton’s stunning defeat, Russian “collusion”—thanks initially to efforts by Obama holdover Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates to go after Michael Flynn and the successful…

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John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“There will come a time when it isn’t ‘They’re spying on me through my phone’ anymore. Eventually, it will be ‘My phone is spying on me.’” ― Philip K. Dick

Red pill or blue pill? You decide.

Twenty years after the Wachowskis’ iconic 1999 film, The Matrix, introduced us to a futuristic world in which humans exist in a computer-simulated non-reality powered by authoritarian machines—a world where the choice between existing in a denial-ridden virtual dream-state or facing up to the harsh, difficult realities of life comes down to a red pill or a blue pill—we stand at the precipice of a technologically-dominated matrix of our own making.

We are living the prequel to The Matrix with each passing day, falling further under the spell of technologically-driven virtual communities, virtual realities and virtual conveniences managed by artificially intelligent machines that are on a fast track to replacing us…

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