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History and Beliefs of the Waldensians
Post Date: 2024-01-12 23:12:00 by A K A Stone
The history of the Waldensians is a story of persecution, perseverance, and devotion to the teachings of the Bible. This nearly 800-year-old evangelical Christian movement was known in its earliest days as simply “The Poor.” Originating in the 12th-century Italian Alps, the Waldensians came into existence through the actions of Peter Waldo of Lyons. The Waldensian movement was one of the first Christian efforts to translate the Bible into a local dialect and engage in public preaching of the gospel. The commitment of the group can be summarized in these three activities: making the gospel known and understood in the native language of the people, identifying with the poor by ...

Rome’s Persecution of the Bible
Post Date: 2024-01-12 23:00:59 by A K A Stone
During the period when the Roman Catholic Church was in power, she did everything she could to keep the Bible out of the hands of the common people. It was illegal to translate the Bible into the common languages, even though most people could not read the official Catholic Bible because it was in Latin, a language known only to the highly educated. Consider some of the laws Rome made against Bible translation. These began to be made in the 13th century and were in effect through the 19th. (1) In the year 1215 Pope Innocent III issued a law commanding “that they shall be seized for trial and penalties, WHO ENGAGE IN THE TRANSLATION OF THE SACRED VOLUMES, or who hold secret ...

Apache Terror | The Comanche “War of Extermination” that DESTROYED the Apache
Post Date: 2023-12-31 17:02:34 by A K A Stone

Untold Archaeology of the Temple Mount — Rare Footage
Post Date: 2023-12-31 14:21:39 by A K A Stone

Evidence for Ancient Israel Discovered in Egypt
Post Date: 2023-12-31 13:48:11 by A K A Stone

Muslims don't want You to know this secret!
Post Date: 2023-12-31 13:46:41 by A K A Stone

Democrat pieces of shit are erasing our heritage
Post Date: 2023-12-17 00:44:37 by A K A Stone
Fuck you freaks

The Syllabus Of Errors Pope BI. Pius IX - 1864
Post Date: 2023-11-13 00:01:31 by A K A Stone
I. PANTHEISM, NATURALISM AND ABSOLUTE RATIONALISM 1. There exists no Supreme, all-wise, all-provident Divine Being, distinct from the universe, and God is identical with the nature of things, and is, therefore, subject to changes. In effect, God is produced in man and in the world, and all things are God and have the very substance of God, and God is one and the same thing with the world, and, therefore, spirit with matter, necessity with liberty, good with evil, justice with injustice. — Allocution “Maxima quidem,” June 9, 1862. 2. All action of God upon man and the world is to be denied. — Ibid. 3. Human reason, without any reference whatsoever to God, is the sole ...

Raid on small-town paper recalls FDR's harassment
Post Date: 2023-10-06 01:54:14 by Charles_Byrd
A mid-August police raid of the Marion County Record, a small, family- owned weekly newspaper in Marion, Kansas (population 1,922), ignited justified outrage among First Amendment advocates and civil libertarians across the U.S. During the raid, local police, using the dubious pretext of identity theft, seized computers, cellphones and other equipment belonging to the paper — which, perhaps unsurprisingly, had been critical of the police. Click for Full Text!

Still Thinking About Columbus: A Frontier of Possibilities
Post Date: 2023-10-06 01:30:24 by Charles_Byrd
Amazingly enough, thanks to my very few essays at The Imaginative Conservative (usually cranky ones about statues coming down and wondering where on God’s Green Earth the Knights of Columbus are in the defense of their patron) on the great Italian explorer, Christopher Columbus, I was invited to give the Columbus Day address this year for the James Madison Program at Princeton University. Yes, this is the same program founded and run by the formidable and intensely intelligent Robert P. George and the mighty and gregarious Brad Wilson. Frankly, I was a bit surprised (and quite pleased) to be asked, as I really don’t know all that much about Christopher Columbus as a ...

The Problem of the Tariff in American Economic History, 1787–1934
Post Date: 2023-10-02 00:39:29 by Charles_Byrd
Economists from across the political spectrum have long agreed on one area of policy: the removal of barriers to international trade. This consensus has guided the global embrace of trade liberalization between World War II and the present, coinciding with historically unprecedented levels of economic growth. In recent years, free trade has gained numerous detractors who denounce the post‐​war period as an aberration from an alternative American economic history. From Pat Buchanan in the early 1990s to former U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer today, the United States became an economic powerhouse by strategically cultivating an industrial base through a system of ...

Today in History: Boston Resolution Against Helping Redcoats Passed
Post Date: 2023-09-27 19:56:31 by Charles_Byrd
On September 27, 1774, a meeting of the Committees of Correspondence of Boston and a dozen neighboring towns passed a resolution condemning any colonists assisting the Red Coats and calling for measures to oppose them. This was one of many resolutions passed during this time period calling for resistance against British tyranny. Click for Full Text!

Post Date: 2023-09-25 00:22:26 by Charles_Byrd
Considerable attention has been paid to the 1950s Red Scare, McCarthy, and the notorious Hollywood Blacklist. But almost nobody is aware of a liberal censorship regime that was in place just a few years earlier. In 1942, President Roosevelt consolidated several government propaganda agencies into a single hub, the Office of War Information (OWI). OWI enjoyed huge power over what Americans saw in movie theaters. OWI head Elmer Davis said: “The easiest way to inject a propaganda idea into most people’s minds is to let it go through the medium of an entertainment picture when they do not realize they’re being propagandized.” Staffed almost exclusively by progressive New ...

The Founders and the Constitution: Gouverneur Morris
Post Date: 2023-09-23 00:57:37 by Charles_Byrd
Gouverneur Morris was a “chick magnet.” He was tall, handsome, witty, and rich. Even scalding damage to his right arm, loss of his lower leg in a traffic accident, and reliance on a wooden prosthesis for walking didn’t impair his success with women. Part of his attractiveness to women seems to have been a sincere regard for them. He was to express this regard in the final draft of the Constitution. Click for Full Text!

The Bombs of August: Remembering Neak Luong, 1973
Post Date: 2023-09-22 00:47:41 by Charles_Byrd
As Americans flock to Oppenheimer, one salutary result is a reawakened public awareness of the perils of nuclear weapons, and revived attention to the U.S. decision to bomb Hiroshima (August 6, 1945) and Nagasaki (August 9, 1945). Less apparent is the extraordinary suffering of Japanese civilians and the appalling failure of the Truman administration to consider policy alternatives. This inattention mirrors the public’s perception at the time, a pattern which has persisted over decades, as the U.S. government strikes countries from the air. Click for Full Text!

Kofun Burial Chamber and Two Iron Swords Uncovered in Parking Lot Shrubbery
Post Date: 2023-09-20 21:45:35 by Charles_Byrd
A fairly ordinary parking lot in Japan’s Nara prefecture has revealed the Kofun tomb of an elite person from the ancient era, accidentally uncovered as the area was being cleared to prepare it for shrubbery. The area near the renowned Horyuji temple, under excavation since spring 2022, led to the unearthing of various artifacts, removed from centuries of soil buildup within the stone burial chamber – two iron swords, arrowheads, equestrian-related items, exquisite amber jewelry, and clay pots. Click for Full Text!

Second Temple workshop for ritually pure stone vessels discovered near Jerusalem
Post Date: 2023-09-20 21:39:31 by Charles_Byrd
The Civil Administration’s Archaeology Unit announced on Tuesday that they discovered a Second Temple (516 BCE-70 C.E.) workshop to manufacture stone utensils and vessels. The site is located between Geva Binyamin/Adam and Kfar Hizma, north of Jerusalem. Click for Full Text!

Entrepreneurs Thrived During America’s Free Banking Era
Post Date: 2023-09-18 02:04:26 by Charles_Byrd
Long before the Federal Reserve was established in 1913, private banking flourished in the United States, and entrepreneurs were a major reason why. Between 1837 and 1863, when private banking reached its apex, hundreds of private currencies circulated throughout the country. Entrepreneurs not only founded private banks, they also appraised private currencies—or banknotes—which helped to constrain banks from overissuing money. Imagine you’re a traveling salesperson crossing state lines in the US circa 1850. You’re about to make a major business deal. The only problem: You aren’t sure whether you can sell your wares in exchange for an unknown, private currency. The ...

The Founders and the Constitution: Alexander Hamilton
Post Date: 2023-09-07 23:47:03 by Charles_Byrd
It’s easy, if not entirely fair, to explain Alexander Hamilton’s relentless search for fame and power as the outcome of a life begun under very unfavorable conditions. He was born on Jan. 11, 1757, an illegitimate child on the Caribbean island of Nevis, then a possession of the British Empire. His father deserted young Alexander’s mother when he was 8, and his mother died when he was 11. Click for Full Text!

Gerald "Jerry" Carmen — RIP
Post Date: 2023-09-06 18:42:41 by Charles_Byrd
Many individuals try to take credit for Ronald Reagan’s revolutionary campaign victory of 1980. Only a few can really lay claim to that win; men like Ed Meese and Ken Khachigian and Dick Wirthlin. This writer knows this well, having labored in that campaign and then having written the definitive history of the 1980 campaign, "Rendezvous with Destiny." Click for Full Text!

What Is the New Deal with the New Deal?
Post Date: 2023-09-01 01:20:22 by Charles_Byrd
David Beito’s The New Deal’s War on the Bill of Rights: The Untold Story of FDR’s Concentration Camps, Censorship, and Mass Surveillance (Oakland: Independent Institute, 2023) is one of at least four recently published and forthcoming books to pummel the four-term administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR), especially its so-called New Deal policy platform. It’s about time, as the ninetieth anniversary of FDR’s first term and the (in)famous First Hundred Days passed earlier this year with the banners of FDR hagiographers and New Deal acolytes still firmly in possession of the historiographical battlefield. Beito, though, has helped to expose a flank that a ...

Archaeologists In Mexico Discover 13 Skulls At The Base Of A Maya Pyramid
Post Date: 2023-08-31 23:51:49 by Charles_Byrd
Researchers made the discovery while excavating the Moral-Reforma archaeological site near Tabasco, Mexico, and they believe that the burials date between 600 and 900 C.E. Click for Full Text!

The African Origin of the Slave Trade
Post Date: 2023-08-28 20:57:52 by Charles_Byrd
For decades liberals have beat into the heads of white Americans that they are racists responsible for enslaving blacks. The insistence on white racism was music to the ears of black activists. Here is racial provocateur Al Sharpton 21 years ago: “The first thing we need to do is acknowledge that you robbed me. Let’s start there with reparations. . . . America must admit its sins in Africa and its sins against people of African descent.” Click for Full Text!

How the Soviets Used Common Criminals to Destroy the Regime's Enemies
Post Date: 2023-08-25 01:21:05 by Charles_Byrd
As violent crime rates rise and unsolved homicides become more common, Many ordinary voters have noticed that the regime doesn't seem especially interested in investigating and prosecuting actual dangerous criminals. At the same time, the regime appears increasingly paranoid about "antidemocratic" activities and other alleged threats to the state. Gangs of thieves cleaning out the inventory of small businesses? The ruling elite isn't concerned. Meanwhile, if a small business owner fails to report a $700 transaction on Venmo, heavily armed IRS agents may soon show up on his doorstep. This apparent trend toward ignoring violent criminals while prosecuting hapless ...

Top Warnings from the Antifederalist Brutus
Post Date: 2023-08-23 19:20:01 by Charles_Byrd
In his series of essays during the ratification debates, the Anti- federalist writer Brutus repeatedly warned about the dangers of centralized power, predicting the proposed federal government would end up exercising “infinite” and “incomprehensible” power. Like everyone else, Brutus didn’t get everything right. But some of what he predicted may sound absolutely prophetic. Click for Full Text!

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