Saint Martin Luther King, Jr., a First-Class Feast in the USSA

In the federal martyrology for today in the USSA we celebrate the first class feast day of St. Martin Luther King, Jr. When the feast day falls on a day ending with the letter ‘Y’, commemoration of his birthday supersedes the holiday remembering George Washington and all other Presidents.

In honor of this day, I’ve composed a variant of the “I Have a Dream” speech.

I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of the exhortation, “Deus Vult”.

I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to fight together to defeat the cultural marxists once and for all.

I have a dream that one day even the District of Columbia, an occupied federal territory, freezing with the bitterness of injustice, freezing with the sting of oppression, will be drained of the effluent of nine generations of tyranny and transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.

I have a dream that my 13 children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin or what dangles between their legs but by the content of their character.

I have a dream today!

I have a dream that one day, in California, with its governor having his lips dripping with the words of “diversity” and “tolerance” — one day right there

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War on Men: Feminism Has Destroyed Marriage

“A wife who belittles her husband, cuts him down, nitpicks him relentlessly, holds her affection — both physical and emotional — as a ransom, nags him endlessly, criticizes him constantly, humiliates him in public and to her friends and in front of the children, and will not allow him to take a leadership position in the home, cannot be terribly surprised when he begins to withdraw. And if he cheats — which would be a great and indefensible evil, no matter how cold and domineering his wife may be — it cannot be said that he was the first. She cheated him; she lied to him, by promising to respect him and treat him like a man, only to turn around and treat him like a child.”… Read the rest

Rob a Man of Everything and You’ve Lost All Power Over Him

It’s the birthday of Russian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, born in Kislovodsk, Russia in 1918 who was thrown into the gulag as a young man for saying that Stalin wasn’t Marxist enough in one of his personal letters. But the Gulag changed his life, because in a strange way, it was only in the Gulag that Russians spoke freely about their political beliefs. Solzhenitsyn later wrote, “You can have power over people as long as you don’t take everything away from them. But when you’ve robbed a man of everything, he’s no longer in your power.” (Writer’s Almanac)… Read the rest

Cassman’s Principle of the Certitude of Contrarianism

Complex situations (like societies), can often be difficult for us to interpret and analyze (if you doubt me, watch people trying to order at McDonalds). I find that a reliable method for simplifying this process is to simply study my opponent. Put another way, if you know who your enemy is, and you are uncertain of your situation, observe your enemy closely for a reliable barometer of reality. I listen to NPR for this reason, and watch CNN. I can quickly ascertain the reality of any situation simply by believing the opposite of whatever they assert. If they say the polar ice caps are melting, I know they are not. if they say the seas are rising, I know they are not. If they say candidate X will lose, I know he will win. This is how reliable they are. It’s an extraordinary thing, really. But you have to read Orwell to get it, and that means I’m only making sense to 12.5% of you.

This Slate article is a great example: the modern understanding of “civil rights” is unequivocally a violation of the first amendment rights of every citizen. You are not even free to THINK without violating federal law. (Hate crime legislation and ‘enhancements’ in federal sentencing guidelines prove this beyond a doubt). P.S. Trump is winning and I don’t even think he gets it.

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Why Do the Clergy Hate the Church?

Every time I see some Protestant say something I want to critique, Pope Francis opens his mouth and reminds us all that while Christ founded the Church, Bishops and Priests have been trying to destroy it ever since. (Edit: For those who are confused, scandalized or just eager to accuse: I am paraphrasing what Cardinal Consalvi said to Napoleon Bonaparte, after the latter had threatened to destroy the Church. Cardinal Consalvi said, “If in 1,800 years we clergy have failed to destroy the Church, do you really think that you’ll be able to do it?”)… Read the rest