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Sorry Dinesh D’Souza: Your Comparison of Trump to Abraham Lincoln Evidences a Gross Misunderstanding of American History

by Diane Rufino, June 15, 2018 Dinesh D’Souza’s latest movie is an excellent example of the kind of hogwash that writers and historians can put out there when there is a gross misunderstanding of our country’s history and its leaders. … Continue reading

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Robert DeNiro at the Tony Awards: Another Member of the So-Called Entertainment Industry Goes Full Retard

(WT News photo) by Diane Rufino, June 11, 2018 At the Tony Awards last night, Robert DeNiro delighted the audience with these words: “I’m gonna say one thing: F— Trump!” As he spoke, he clenched his two fists in the … Continue reading

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Football Players Abusing Their Forum and Disappointing Team Fans (No White House for You!)

by Diane Rufino, June 8, 2018 A few years ago, the talk of the media was professional football player Tim Tebow. He took a knee, not during the National Anthem and not in protest of any sort. He took a … Continue reading

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The Right of Secession, as Reserved by the States in their Ratification of the US Constitution

by Diane Rufino, June 1, 2018 Louisiana voted to secede from the Union on January 26, 1861. Shortly thereafter, her senators, Judah P. Benjamin and John Slidell, resigned their positions in the US Senate. In his FAREWELL ADDRESS to the … Continue reading

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On the Eve of South Carolina’s Decision to Leave the Union, Northern Editor Horace Greeley Articulates and Supports the State’s Right to Secede

by Diane Rufino, May 7, 2018 Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Daily Tribune, was the embodiment of the North. In an editorial for the paper on December 17, 1860 (three days before South Carolina voted in Convention to … Continue reading

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Duty, Honor, Country: A Life Spent Devoted to His Country

(Photo credit:  LIFE magazine) by Diane Rufino, May 24, 2018 Cleaning out Dad’s apartment, I took notice, probably for the first time, of an excerpt of a speech that he had displayed in his room. The remarks were from a … Continue reading

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In Loving Memory of my Father

by Diane Rufino, April 24, 2018 Last week I lost my father. We buried him on Wednesday, April 18, in an intimate, quiet ceremony. It was the hardest thing I’ve had to do in my life so far. How do … Continue reading

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