Is THIS America’s next Fort Sumter Moment?

Ft Sumter
Agent Pierce
August15/ 2017

Is THIS America’s  Next Fort Sumter Moment?

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Folks, I do not have a warm fuzzy feel-good answer to your current ANXIETY OVERLOAD. If I did I would certainly offer it up. The following 700 words might even increase your anxiety.

The Internet never has a shortage of “know-it-alls” who claim to “know-it-all”.  ‘Most folks” use social media hoping to find at least a few people ALMOST as smart as they are to commiserate with.   Anyone else AS clear-headed and possessing of as much common-sense (and a very healthy sense of humor too, of course) simply doesn’t exist.

WHOA!  I’m not talking about You & Me. I’m talking about Everybody Else.  I don’t want to run all of you off so quickly.AgentPierce logo

I, AgentPierce, am NOT that know-it-all guy.  I’m just a rather clever fellow with a website.  Hellfire, I’m not even the cleverest fellow at SaidWhatMedia.   When you share a website with an Internet Legend you learn humility.

I don’t pretend to have all the answers. If “America” is looking to Ol’ AgentPierce to stomp on the brakes and prevent these Not-United States from “going Thelma & Louise”, then “America” is in worse shape than you thought five minutes ago. Assuming that is even possible.

Now that I have sufficiently lowered your expectations of me and this website…

Was “what happened in Charlottesville” the long-awaited “Fort Sumter Moment”? It very well could be.

For those of you under 40… Fort Sumter, in Charleston SC, is considered where/when The (First) American Civil War officially began on April 12, 1861… or maybe it was in January 1861. 

America has been racing headlong towards its 2nd Fort Sumter Moment a long time before last November 8. “This” could be as likely a place for “the next one” to formally begin as anywhere any time.

We can debate all day when “it“ became inevitable. I don’t recommend “debating” that point with anyone of the left-wing persuasion. I never recommend “debating” ANYTHING with anyone of the left-wing persuasion. I don’t recommend interaction of any sort with anyone of the left-wing persuasion regardless of what name du jour they are calling themselves today.

I have nothing in common with “them” but a pair of opposable thumbs.  If you still think “they” are simply regular people with a different political point-of-view then YOU are part of the problem.

The “seemingly civilized ones” you know socially and professionally have abdicated to the rabid mongrel mobs to carry out their strategy.

NOTE:  BobLee says UNC’s Silent Sam will be a pile of rubble by Labor Day.   He’s probably right.  Chancellor Chihuahua standing up to a rabid mob… yeah, right!

I’ve preached that sermon for several years, knowing, alas, that some of you still believe “this is all just the usual political yadda yadda; and it will all smooth out like it always has…”

Every (now defunct) Great Civilization since Man became a bi-ped has lulled itself into self-destruction using “because we always have…” as its mantra while whistling thru history’s graveyards. .

A lot of once “Great Newspapers” (now, THERE is an oxymoron for our time!) were using that mantra as recently as five years ago relative to their own existence. Even America’s short fuse as a nation is longer than most of those newspapers that haven’t already “Stopped The Presses” permanently.

Speaking of “media”…. In case you haven’t heard…

  • Longtime WPTF talk show host Bill Lumaye is no longer employed by Curtis Media / WPTF as of last week…. No gory details. …And
  • WRAL’s NC Spin political roundtable was finally euthanized last week to the dismay of its dozens of loyal viewers most of whom were related to Tom Campbell. … This frees up more Jim Goodmon $$$ he can use to finance Rev. “Bully” Barber’s Hoot & Hates. Johnny “Locke” Hood and his doppleganger “Fitzy” a.k.a “Blinky” will have to find a new sandbox to play in.

Where was I? Oh yeah…

I don’t know if anyone reading this is a Neo-Nazi / White Supremacist / Alt-Right / KKKer … et all and etc. I’m NOT.   I don’t pretend to speak for anyone else. If you are one of those, don’t mistake me as your friend or ally on any level.

YOU DON’T/WON’T KNOW… what really happened in Charlottesville (or Durham last night). Or what is going to keeping happening across America on an almost daily basis now.

YOU DON’T / WON’T KNOW BECAUSE, despite all my earlier warnings, you STILL get most/much of your “news” from Rabid Left-wing Media Sources. That’s the price you pay for those “coupons and obituaries”.

The rabid mongrel mobs have been turned loose. Call them BLM or ANTIFA or Obama’s Street Militia or whatever… they are now “loose” and headed for Your Town… Your Neighborhood.

NOTE:  Look for their messianic Che Guevarra – Barack Hussein Obama – to reemerge in the next several weeks to lead his “street militia” looting and burning across America.  I GUARANTEE IT!

Keep telling yourself it’s just the usual political yadda yadda… this will simmer down soon… College Football is starting so everything will be back to normal… and, one of my all-time favorites…

God won’t allow America to destroy itself.   ???

That, my naïve friends and neighbors, is as theologically unsound as “God is a Cowboys fan”.Eve and Satan

Since Satan convinced Eve to eat that apple back in Eden, Mankind’s Manifest Destiny has been a crapshoot of his own making.

In case you are wondering… Yes, I voted for Donald Trump as the only option to stop The Obama/Clinton/Soros Total Takeover of America.  I never thought he was Jimmy Stewart in “Mr Smith Goes To Washington”.

IF Hillary Clinton had won in November… these rabid mongrel mobs would have the total support and protection of the U.S. Government just as they did while they organized under Obama’s protection.

Would I vote for Donald Trump again today… with the same options?

DAMN RIGHT I would!

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  • Bill Reply
    1 month ago

    Coach, thank you for sharing all that you shared. Needless to say, I am glad that you were blessed with the education you received, especially learning from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. I don’t go to SFX very often, but have from time to time. A departed priest with whom I was close had his first assignment there and always spoke fondly of it. A Fr. Donald Byrnes. Did you know him by any chance? He would have been there in the mid 1960s, I think. Unfortunately, I cannot respond more fully at this time because I have some work and family matters that require immediate attention. However, i didn’t want you to think that i had missed your post. I hope to have time later today or tomorrow to reply more thoroughly. Again, thanks.
    P.S. I realize that my description of my “credentials” was misleading. I just took a couple of Comparative Theology courses at UNC-CH. My major was actually Political Science followed by a JD at Loyola of N.O.. Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa! I have no formal training in theology but entered into full communion with the Roman Catholic Church as an adult (1982 at age 32) and have enjoyed studying and learning more about the faith since then.

  • CNR Reply
    1 month ago

    My ears have been burning brightly this afternoon. After viewing AP’s latest scorcher with comments by some good people especially Bill, down yonder, not far from my eldest daughter, grand-children and great grand-children, all of my darlings relatives, and many great friends of many decades. How’s that for a run-on? Along with AP’s response to Bill’s comments, the cause for the burning ears is apparent.
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    Bill, you are doing a grand job of portraying the Universal Christian Church’s Catechism. It would seem that you have done some excellent catechesis to the catechumens. We will be getting in touch in order to exchange ideas regarding Vatican II and the Baltimore Catechism as opposed to the present CDI or whatever it is called. I’m told that recently St. Francis Xavier in Old Metairie is back to using the BC. Do you at times take in a daily at SFX. Our children attended Parish School in that great Jesuit place when we lived a couple of blocks away. The pastor celebrated our grand-daughters Vows.
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    Since my philosophical beliefs are being thrown out for all to see, I must give a brief vita so as all aren’t confused as I have been a busy fellow in many homes during my childhood and on many campuses during my post prep years. My birth city is Savannah, Georgia. My mother was a devout Catholic from Boston, my father was a devout Catholic from a beautiful small city on the Indiana side of the Ohio River two=thirds of the way between Louisville and Cincinnati. I did not know the details until my mid-fifties in nineteen hundred and eighty-eight. The entire story is too confusing.
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    I spent my early days living in many homes as happened to many during the great depression and World War II. With the exception of two of fourteen, they were years filled with love and caring from many directions, including religious and family. One can’t miss what they haven’t possessed so the absence of a mother and father held no pain for me.
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    During the years of 1951-2 we matriculated at Berkeley and Stanford. The Berkeley trip from Oak Knoll Naval Hospital in Oakland was a short one of ten miles while the commute to Palo Alto via the Dumbarton Bridge was much more. It was at Stanford under the instruction of Alexander Fyodorovich Kerensky that I first learned of the horrors of Communism. Double Summer sessions and ultra full three semesters.
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    B.A. University of Illinois in Soviet Affairs
    B.S. University of Illinois in Life Sciences
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    B.A. University of Notre Dame in Theology/Philosophy
    M.A. University of Notre Dame in Theology/Philosophy
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    PhD University of Regensburg in Theology/Philosophy. Thesis Advisor, Fr. Josef
    Ratzinger
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    Licentiate , Jesuit College of Theology, Berkeley, California, Spiritual Direction
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    M.A. University of Southern California in 20th C US History
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    Ed.S. Indiana University, Bloomington, Linguistics: etymology, pragmatics, and semantics.
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    There are some others from long ago as well in order to be certified to teach in schools from elementary through high school. Were you aware that Arturo Toscanini would not be certified to teach in the public schools of any state in the USA. If that be so, why did so many cheer the establishment of the ridiculous idiocy of the Department of Education. Many of us were writing articles and letters of the inherent dangers involved in such action. The NYT and the Washing Post among all the great (cough-cough) newspapers of America gave us names such as cretins. And here we are with the main ingredient of a top college and community being diversity.
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    Finally, how was I able to afford all of those educational pursuits? The Congregationalist side of my maternal family back to great-grandparents were so rich and powerful with so much influence that they made a deal with me when I was in the eighth grade that in order for my grubby Catholic hands to grab many of their millions that they made a deal with me under the watchful eyes of my Wards which were the States of Missouri, Indiana, and Illinois. The deal, since I did not want to live under their thumb, would mean that I would pass on any claim to their wealth for a simple Educational Trust good through perpetuity to pay my entire college costs, including housing and travel including holiday travel during the duration of my quest. Been great for my family.
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    An overlong vita? Probably. Congregationalists hated Catholics and boy did they screw up my life and mother, father. Grandmother and Grandfather. Don’t laugh, BL. They ran Roger Williams down to Rhode Island.
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    Bill, we took our first Comparative Religions class at the U of I, never dreaming of what was to be. The Army-McCarthy Hearings of nineteen and fifty-four was the catalyst.
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    Come back tomorrow for my reaction to AP’s column and brilliant comments…and also to BL’s and Jay B’s hilarious comments. Non-sequitur biased fabricators who distort content of the curriculum erudite ignorance. That would be nearly the whole of the ESPN crowd on any subject including the Flea Flicker,

    • Bill Reply
      1 month ago

      P.P.S. Also can’t wait to share Jesuit jokes with you. Heard a great one last week that I bet you haven’t heard yet!

  • Hesire #2 Reply
    1 month ago

    I am ready to join the anti liberals whoever they are. Only hope to preserve history and save the country.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      I’m one of them. I’m pretty sure there are others… a LOT of others.

  • SFC Reply
    1 month ago

    I am sorry Agent Pierce, but you have the Fort Sumter date and incident incorrect. On January 9th, 1861 Cadets Haynesworth and Pickens on Morris Island fired on the “Star of the West” as it was trying to resupply the federals. Any self-respecting Citadel Alumni and proud Southerner knows that. We have enough fake news right now, lets aim for pure accuracy at this point.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      I got that April date from a History Channel story on the siege. It says Beauregard began his bombardment on that date. Not a point worth debating on my end so I yield to your account.

  • TheCowdog Reply
    1 month ago

    Ha. You bring Coach into this and ya might get the shock of your life.

    He might even provide a dissertation on how we ( USA ) almost had the near perfect socialist society brewing ( literally ) in the mid-west, Great Lakes regions, at the beginning of the 2nd Industrial Revolution. Did you know he was a Communist? I’ll let my beloved mentor explain.

    As for voting in Trump as the alternative to Hillary…I get it. However, let me point out that there were 15 other Conservative candidates that must have been despised as much as she. Trump is the flag bearer that modern conservatism chose.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      Early on I was fine with 6-8 of the “17”…. Walker, Cruz, Rubio, et al as “definitely better than HRC”. But what NO ONE saw but maybe Trump himself was that he activated the “agnostic voter faction” that had basically given up on the whole process. Without that unpolled element, HRC wins. None of the “17” could have activated that faction as Trump did.
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      so playing Prez Cruz, Prez Rubio etc is pointless. Never coulda happened.

      • NCSU68Grad Reply
        1 month ago

        Comment on the “getting folks back in the game” or getting them to vote. A friend (loyal NCSU supporter of course) has a variety of businesses in Garner. One is a small restaurant that does a great breakfast deal and has a lot of “working grunts”. He said that last year, it just started out as “small talk”. Sort of when there was a lull between the sports discussions on HS games, college, NASCAR, etc. Eventually, those topics gave way to politics. Most of his customers were middle aged. Many or maybe the majority had NEVER registered to vote. They started talking. They talked to their neighbors and friends (like minded of course). They actually got a movement in the western end of the Wake county going. Folks registered….they voted (and it was NOT for HRC). He said in almost 50 plus years of observing the community, he had never seen anything like it….
        My son is a classmate of a high ranking Jones occupant…of the OTHER persuasion. He barely held his office. His campaign manager (another classmate) said that “They just kept coming. They just kept voting. They were not even bussed in…” Sort of sums it up…..

  • NCSU68Grad Reply
    1 month ago

    HATE to POST again….but INCOMING….
    Gov Roy done told folks what he gonna do….
    http://abc11.com/politics/gov-cooper-writes-op-ed-saying-confederate-monuments-should-come-down/2311449/
    The N&O, which I do NOT pay for, has an article where they say that the GUV has already started the process of removing ALL Confederate statues from “State Parks and Properites”. Does that mean that Old Roy means to “shut off” the road going into Bentonville? Sheesh….but NOT unexpected. This ought to REALLY set well with the boys on Jones Street. They DO control the purse strings. ORC’s campaign finances will tell the tale of GOOD or STUPID decision…..
    Never let a good crisis go to waste when you might curry political favor….

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      Roy Cooper knows who put him in office… the folks that “found” those 10,000 votes at 11 PM on Election Night in Durham. Those “found votes” came with a price which is basically ANYTHING WE WANT WHEN WE WANT IT. Jump Roy Jump. Of course Roy also is in DEEP with the LGBTQ gang. If they want statues of all Heterosexuals removed by noon tomorrow I’m sure Roy will get right on that too.
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      Roy Cooper still looks like the Asst Manager of The Dollar Store in Benson. No disrespect meant to Dollar Store managers, he just does. Roy has never been burdened by an over-abundance of personal integrity. … Of course, to be fair, neither has Tiny Tim More and his inner circle of “bought & paid for” politi-gangsters.

  • NCSU68Grad Reply
    1 month ago

    Stock Tip of the DAY.
    Buy RGR (Ruger) and SWHC (Smith-Wesson Holding Corporation). Ruger tanked after HRC was NOT elected. It has since come back, but Trump is NOT the “World’s Greatest Gun Salesman”. SO, if you are correct (and I don’t dispute your Fort Sumter analogy), then Charlottesville (and Durham) will be the start of the BOOM TIMES for RGR and SWHC.
    I have noticed that guns, particularly AR-15 and semi-auto pistols (concealed or otherwise) have really come down in price. Buy the Stock. Stock up on “pieces”. Stock up on Ammo. They “buys” out there are really good…and we MAY not see them again.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      Anyone who is NOT considering what you are advocating is beyond STOOPID! The anti-Gun crowd has foreseen “this day” coming for decades and have wanted to disarm America before the rabid mongrel mobs were turned loose across The Fruited Plain.

  • Bo Reply
    1 month ago

    Agent Pierce, The question about the Charlottesville violence is “Which side
    (the white supremists protesting the removal of the RE Lee statue, or the counter protesters) started the violence”? If the original protesters started it, I have no sympathy for them. If the counter protesters started it, then it is another example of liberals “squashing” views that are more conservative than their own. The media (& almost everyone else) is blaming the white supremists 100% because they are the “politically incorrect” group, & no one is asking my question. Bo

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      Not so… MANY are asking that question but “the media” is not permitting their voices to be heard… or seeking the answer to that question. That is happening A LOT these past six months… and will continue to happen. The Alt-Right group is difficult to sympathize for… so it is tailor-made for media bias treatment.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      This link is to a statement about Statues of Confederate soldiers as “tombstones”.

      • bobby poon Reply
        1 month ago

        The media and others are contending the Statues and other monuments are bogus because the Confederate soldiers,officers and political leaders are really traitors and all reference to them including cemeteries should be abolished.
        These statues were erected for the same reason Lincoln asked that Dixie be played at the end of the Civil War.

        To unite the country.

        • Agent Pierce Reply
          1 month ago

          The real reason for “tearing statues down” was simply BECAUSE WE DEMAND YOU TO. “You owe it to use as part of reparations for slavery”. They (AfAm activists) could just as easily DEMANDED we should get free fries with our Big Macs. It means nothing except WE GET WHATEVER WE WANT BECAUSE …… until someone says “That’s enough…”.

          • bobby poon
            1 month ago

            I thought all the assorted Rev’s would have taken a page from the various Indian tribes and demanded they receive their casino’s. The Indians came out very nicely with their reparations. Even the Cherokee have two casino’s in North Carolina and a Bingo hall or two doing really well with more in the works.

          • Agent Pierce
            1 month ago

            Rev “Bully” Barber just uses simple “extortion” that he learned from Jesse Jackson. He also has his own Sugar Daddy in WRAL’s Jim Goodmon – Raleigh #1 Limo Liberal who basically gives Barber whatever he wants whenever he wants it. Barber’s quite intimidating physical presence is a tool he has learned to maximize to his benefit.

  • Bill Reply
    1 month ago

    As a distant relative of Rbt. E. Lee and a lifelong resident of the N.O. LA. area, as well as being a UNC-CH (1971) grad who thoroughly enjoyed the Silent Sam legend, I have given all of the matters on which you touch a great deal of thought recently. I have concluded that since the men whose monuments were removed were, indeed, greatly flawed men, it was right to remove the monuments. Indeed, since Jefferson and Washington were also slave owners, their monuments should also be removed. To take it to its logical conclusion, the monuments of all flawed men and women should be removed. As a Catholic Christian, I understand and acknowledge that while all men and women are created good, we are also all sinners. Therefore, there should be no monuments of any man or woman except those who are not sinners. That leaves us with Jesus Christ and, at least according to Catholic tradition, His mother, Mary. While I understand that non-Catholics disagree with me about Mary, can we all agree that the only monuments we should allow are of Jesus? Seems simple enough, don’t you think?

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      Excellent point. Aren’t statues “graven images”? As BobLee notes in his reply to B’rer Kennel on hs column, I’ve never been all that worked up about statues and confederate flags, but appreciate the reasons so many are. I despise liberals and all they represent but for plenty of other reasons.

      • Bill Reply
        1 month ago

        Not all statues. I was exaggerating to make a point.
        However, if you wish to read the full, official explanation, I direct your attention to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, sections 2129-2132. It is available at http://www.usccb.org. To summarize, Catholics freely use icons to raise our hearts and minds to something greater than ourselves and greater than the person or thing portrayed in the icon; namely, to God Himself. Contrary to popular belief, Catholics do not worship statues or icons at all. To the contrary, we hold that worship of any one or any thing other than God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, is wrong. Hence, to worship an image as if it were God would be to worship a graven image and, therefore, wrong. That was the error of the Israelites who worshiped the Golden Calf. However, they did not err in venerating the bronze serpant, the arc of the covenant or the cherubim since they did not think of them as gods but as icons that raised their hearts and minds to God.
        Today is the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. We Catholics will celebrate Mass in her honor and will gaze lovingly on images of her today throughout the world. We will not, however, worship her or her images. We will use them to direct our thoughts and prayers, our worship, to her Son, to our Father and to the Holy Spirit of us all. We will ask her intercession on behalf of our country that we may enjoy the “peace that surpasses all understanding.”
        Personally, I think that it will take a miracle, but stranger things have happened!

        • Agent Pierce Reply
          1 month ago

          Be careful “talking Catholic”. If you attract CNR’s attention he will unload on us. “Coach” is usually about a frog hair from storming The Vatican and throwing out the heretics including most recent Popes. I think he still eats Mrs Paul’s Fish Sticks on Friday.
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          I appreciate the power of prayer and prayers being answered… all things are possible. But “Christians” have endured a LOT of hardships and dark times throughout history. God’s Plan does not always include rescuing us from problems of our own making.

          • Bill
            1 month ago

            Amen, brother!

          • Bill
            1 month ago

            Can’t imagine Coach having much trouble with Pope John Paul II, however. Remember: he was part of the “Holy Trinity” (Reagan and Thatcher being the other 2) that brought down the old USSR.

          • Agent Pierce
            1 month ago

            I get all your Popes mixed up. If Coach reads this he WILL respond GUARANTEED! He has like a PhD. in Comparative Religions from some high faluting European University. He has Strong Opinions about Notre Dame too… YIKES!

          • Bill
            1 month ago

            I took comparative theology at UNC-CH, but I doubt that I’ll be able to match Coach if he trained in Europe.
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            Funny thing, though you probably don’t know it, but the Catholic Church is also divided between “progressives” and “orthodox.” Many in the “orthodox” camp hold a very dim view of Notre Dame, as it happens. That has been true throughout the ages, however, and the wisest of Catholic writers and theologians, in my opinion, recognize that the tension between the two is necessary for the growth of the Church.
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            One challenges the Church to respond to the moral issues of each new age in new ways; the other encourages the Church to conserve that which is true and good from the past. Thus, the Church, guided admittedly by very fallible men and women, has endured (lurched forward?) by the grace of the Holy Spirit for a far longer time than any merely human institution could have, given the truly horrible Popes who have occupied the chair of Peter from time to time throughout the ages.
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            I wish I could believe that the United States will endure in the same way; that is, with a “healthy” tension between the left and the right keeping the ship of state on course. At this point in history, it appears too much for which to hope. And, given the direction in which most of the public appears to be heading–embracing what our Popes have aptly called the “culture of death,” ever increasing statism (remember that the Catholic Church in its official teachings still contends that socialism is not an economic system that is consistent with the Church’s view that the individual and the family are the most important units of society, not the state) and ever greater dependence on government largesse (the Church maintains that man is sanctified by his work)–perhaps it would be well for there to be an implosion.
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            In this vein, permit me to recommend a delightful book by Kevin Williamson (National Review Online) entitled “The End Is Near and Its Going To Be Awesome.”

          • Agent Pierce
            1 month ago

            I’m going to notify Coach. This conversation will highlight his day. He will burn A LOT of bandwidth on this one.
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            The easy assumption that the Left and their rabid mongrel mob street militia are “the majority” is a dangerous one. Their total control of traditional media outlets creates that assumption. Once they got full control of public education building their mob army was pretty simple. Most of the mob have zero marketable skills for anything except “being part of an angry mob”.

          • Bill
            1 month ago

            I’ve enjoyed Coach’s insights over at BobLee’s site for many years. I trust that, if it comes to it, we can agree to disagree without being disagreeable.

          • Agent Pierce
            1 month ago

            I’ve told him to get his old butt over here. I think you two are in agreement but if not he will “be gracious”.

  • Radio_Smuggles Reply
    1 month ago

    The reminds me of the song Stuck In The Middle With You. “Clowns to the left jokers to the right.” In less than 48 hours after the event, DT doubled up and identified and condemned, by name, the KKK,Neo-Nazi / White Supremacists as those responsible for domestic terrorism. After scores of deaths, In eight years of radical Islamic terrorism both here and abroad, BHO never condemned or used the term, radical Islamic terrorist yet Trump’s was too little too late. Just hoping it ain’t too late for us.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      The clock is ticking on us my friend… tick… tick… tick.

  • myowngrandpaw Reply
    1 month ago

    I sure felt safe touring Williamsburg this weekend while Charlottesville was “burning”.
    Sitting in the very room they declared slaves as “property” and therefore not considered “citizens” which had the right to pursue freedom and happiness.
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    Let’s change the names of ALL states forming the Confederacy. Those names are offensive! Turn the renaming of the states over to the Southern Poverty Law Center. I would love to hear ideas for the new names.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      What you intend as over-the-top satire would be a terrible reality if Hillary Clinton had won. Barack Hussein Obama intends to keep trying to make it reality.

  • DM Carpenter Reply
    1 month ago

    AP:

    After yesterday’s “spontaneous” destruction of a publicly owned statute, on county property, with “law enforcement” standing idly by, I also believe we are living through an elongated Kristallnacht, courtesy of BLM, Antifa, and other Fellow Travellers.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      This is all part of a very well thought-out strategy. The babbling lunatics like Maxine Waters and the Hollywood whack jobs are NOT the ones orchestrating this. Neither are the bombastic clowns like Bully Barber. This first wave of rabid mobs has a special purpose…

      • DM Carpenter Reply
        1 month ago

        AP:
        I agree. The parallel of BLM/Antifa and the SA becomes more precise as time passes.
        Apparently, Sharpton has now called for removal of the Jefferson Memorial, and Charlie Rose performed his function of Lib bobblehead, wisely and knowingly nodding on cue.

        • Agent Pierce Reply
          1 month ago

          Why should they stop so long as they get everything they want? Until someone in a position of power says STOP… NO MORE!

  • Robedixon Reply
    1 month ago

    I will admit for the first time since this silliness began I have some angst about where this might lead. When mobs get going they can bring along a lot more weak minded people with them to never never land.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      You knew this was coming Bob. I have a theory on how this rabid mongrel mob mentality has been carefully nurtured through public education and “higher education” for several decades. The Libs have been breeding this “mob cannon fodder” for years. They have no marketable skills or any moral grounding. Being a member of “a rabid mob” is about all they are good for now. Again… none of this started on Nov 8th.

  • Sam.GSBO Reply
    1 month ago

    I totally agree. You’ve nailed it as you usually do. …. BUT I have to say your description of WRAL’s NC Spin may be your ALLTIME BEST work. CLASSIC!
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    I question that even Tom Campbell’s relatives watched that insipid show. I can only hope Tom’s sugar daddy – Jim Goodmon – spent A LOT of Uncle AJ’s inheritance on that crap.

    • Agent Pierce Reply
      1 month ago

      Thanks. I am quite proud of that piece of work if I do say so myself. Which I just did.

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