The Hodge Twins have some Questions for Oprah

The Hodge Twins are on fire over the nonsense being spouted by Oprah Winfrey.

They call her out – this billionaire black woman who somehow managed to make it big despite America being so racist. How is that possible they ask?

Hilarious!

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The 1619 Hoax – Just a “What If” Scenario

The Daily Wire’s Andrew Klavan takes on the 1619 Project and the Weasels who crafted it.

Klavan correctly points outs that this work of fiction is being taught in a growing number of schools as fact, yet, when pressed by anyone with any sense at all, the weasels describe the 1619 hoax as kind of a “what-if” scenario.

Klavan does his usual masterful job at taking it apart while still incorporating humor.

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WND Exclusive – Sorry, but Native Americans aren’t ‘native,’ either

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

There is presently a big push not only to rewrite both history and the present regarding blacks and slavery, but now the cancel culture mob has decided to also include American Indian heritage, at the expense of the evil white European settlers/oppressors.

Actually, we know what this really is and has been about – free market capitalism vs. Marxism/communism, but that’s for another time.

The Washington Redskins football team has been cowed into dropping the name “Redskins” for something more appropriate and sensitive to the feelings of Native Americans. The Washington Code Talkers really rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it. Don’t laugh – it’s a real suggestion.

Thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court, does Oklahoma now have to be split in half and given back to the Indians? How is that going to work, Justice Gorsuch? read more

Video Podcast – David Dorn Update – Trail of Tears Untold Story

by: Brent Smith

Stephan Cannon was charged with first degree murder of retired St. Louis police captain David Dorn.

Now a second man has been charged with the murder of Dorn after looters broke into a pawn shop in north St. Louis.

Hopefully they’ll get what they deserve.

We all know about the Trail of Tears, but doubtful the whole story.

It’s not just one of the evils of the whitey white man.

Yes it’s about some white men taking advantage of the Red man, but it’s also about the Red man taking advantage of the black man. read more

WND Exclusive – Jefferson was not a slavery-loving monster

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

Why do kids grow up to be gang bangers, or entrenched racists? Possibly because it’s what they’ve been exposed to – it’s all they’ve ever known. Why are there generations of welfare families? It’s all they’ve ever known. Why do people perpetuate strange habits or customs? They grew up with them. Again, it’s all they’ve ever known.

In fact, there are many strange and even abhorrent customs that have lasted centuries, and looking back at them through a modern-day lens, one can only think – how could this happen? How could people not only tolerate this, but consider it normal behavior? read more

Weapon Wednesday – WWII Coal Bombs

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  • During World War II, spies needed a compact, disguised explosive to issue to resistance forces in occupied Europe.
  • One solution was “explosive coal,” which could be infiltrated into enemy coal supplies.
  • A similar program in Vietnam introduced defective, exploding bullets into enemy ammunition. read more

Now They’re Tearing Down Statues of Black Men

from Sara Carter:

Statue of Frederick Douglass — Former Slave and Abolitionist — Torn Down and Damaged in New York

First the confederate flag was taken down across the nation, then statues of confederate soldiers, then statues of anyone with an association to slavery, now…statues of slaves who fought for freedom?

That’s right. The statue of Frederick Douglass, a former slave who fought for abolition and education, was ripped down in Rochester, New York on Sunday. It was removed from its pedestal by unknown vandals and found by authorities nearly 50 feet from its base leaning against a fence next to the Genesee River. The despicable act was carried out on the 168th anniversary of Douglass’s famous “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” speech given in the same town in 1852. read more

WND Exclusive – Independence Day deaths marked by Divine Providence

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

There were five Founding Fathers who became president. Some would say that, no, in fact there were six. What about John Quincy Adams? Was he not a founder?

No he wasn’t. He was the son of second President John Adams, but was only a child of the Revolution.

The five, in order, were of course George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe.

It was Divine Providence that brought all these great men together at this exact place and this exact time in history. It was through acts of Divine Providence that the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were crafted and signed. It was Divine Providence that assisted in the founding of our nation. read more

It’s Not July 4th, It’s Independence Day

by: Brent Smith 

On July 2, 1776, George Washington sent general orders to his officers explaining the war effort:

“The time is now near at hand which must probably determine, whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves; whether they are to have any property they can call their own; whether their Houses, and Farms, are to be pillaged and destroyed, and they consigned to a State of Wretchedness from which no human efforts will probably deliver them. read more

A Declaration of Independency

by: Brent Smith

It was May of 1775 and the second Continental Congress met for the first time. Growing weary of King George III’s utter lack of attention towards the petition to redress grievances sent by the first Continental Congress, the colonists decided to act.

In June of that year the Congress developed their own currency separate of the crown. They also established the first Continental Army, calling themselves the “United Colonies.”

Getting word of the colonies seditious behavior the King declared that the American colonists were “engaged in open and avowed rebellion.” The British Parliament passed the “American Prohibitory Act” later that year, which instituted a naval blockade of all American ports and halted the colonies’ trade with the world and among each other.

March of 1776 saw the second Continental Congress pass “The Privateering Act” giving privateers permission to attack British blockade vessels, for the colonies had not the funds to form a proper Navy. read more