Biden signs executive order designed to unleash transhumanist hell on America and the world

Originally posted on LeoHohmann.com:
If anyone needed proof that the powers pushing the levers behind the mindless moron who sits in the Oval Office are fully on board with the World Economic Forum/United Nations agenda of biomedical tyranny and transhumanism, look no further than the executive order that Joe Biden signed on Monday, September…

Test scores drop, disqualification rates rise at Army recruiting shops

By Todd South The Army’s second-in-command for all things training said Thursday that the service saw a 10% drop in aptitude test scores during the pandemic, and that dipped further to 13% this year. Other Army data showed that up to 70% of potential recruits interested in Army service are disqualified in the first 48 hours due … More Test scores drop, disqualification rates rise at Army recruiting shops

Conservative vs. Liberal Judges – Understanding the Difference as Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Begin

The two major competing philosophies currently in use are the originalism/textualism viewpoint, whose most well-known proponent was Justice Antonin Scalia, and the “living Constitution” approach, which has evolved over the years. The Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to replace retiring Supreme Court justice Stephen Breyer started on March 21st and will last several days. After that, her … More Conservative vs. Liberal Judges – Understanding the Difference as Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Begin

Montesquieu’s 3 Types of Governments

American Minute with Bill Federer Montesquieu’s 3 Types of Governments: Republics; Monarchs; and Despots who rule by Mandates & Executive Orders “Society … must repose on principles that do not change” — wrote Montesquieu, The Spirit of the Laws, 1748, Book 24. Montesquieu was a French political philosopher whose books were read by Catherine the Great of Russia, praised … More Montesquieu’s 3 Types of Governments

Why Study History?

Is it important to study history? Why do we need to know what’s come before us? Isn’t it just enough to “live in the moment?” Renowned historian Victor Davis Hanson explores these important questions… WATCH NOW > > >