WND Exclusive – Cancel culture is erasing history – and America

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

Now they’re canceling cartoons. They’re cartoons, people!

But that’s what leftists do and have done for over a century.

It began with Woodrow Wilson’s desire to rewrite the Constitution. His reasoning was that it was a fine document for its time, but was no longer applicable to the concerns of the day. You could say he was the father of modern-day cancel culture. read more

Video Podcast – Should We Just Scrub History?

by: Brent Smith

We’re seeing more and more calls by the radical left and ignorant student groups to continue the practice of tearing down or just removing statues and namesakes – all in the name of racism and of course, slavery.

And now, as president Trump warned, the left have moved on from the confederacy to the founders.

But were the founders, as the left describes, just remorseless, unrepentant, white racist slave owners?

Well, not according to the original draft of the Declaration of Independence. read more

It’s Unfair to Judge the Past Through a Modern Day Lens

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

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We in America have developed a nasty habit of judging past events with present day standards. This is a big mistake. And a bigger mistake is the judgment of individuals who’ve contributed so much, just because they had one indiscretion, or worse, a perceived indiscretion.

In both New York City and Philadelphia, the iconic singer Kate Smith is being erased from history.

After it was uncovered that Smith, “sang racially insensitive songs in the early 1930s,” the New York Yankees pulled Smith’s famous rendition of “God Bless America,” from their song rotation. The NHL team, the Philadelphia Flyers, had a statue of her torn down and hauled away for the same reason. They have also ditched the song. read more