A time of reflection and thanks giving We in the UK should recognise the picture immediately (if you do not you should be ashamed). BREXIT has made me think a lot about our service personnel who have given so much for our country over the years. Yet slowly and...
BREXIT is not a racist movement but a pro democratic movement Throughout, and after, the campaign on whether we should leave or stay within the European Union BREXIT supporters have been branded racists, bigots and islamaphobes. Mainly because immigration was a major...
Planned Parenthood is the biggest supplier of abortion in the USA. Here we see the disturbing origins of the organisation and this should give all right thinking people pause to think and a reason to reject the organisation for what it really is.
Many do not realise the impact the Ulster Scot had on the formation of the USA and thus modern democracy and western culture. The early Ulster Scot suffer persecution from the English and made up a large part of the army of independence.
The Guardian an illustration of the ridiculous nature of a liberal publication in the UK (could be anywhere) as an apologist for Islam. The ridiculousness gets worse and worse and you wonder what universe they live in.
Patriotism and a love of country is asserting itself in the West. Yet to listen to the Left you would think a love of your country is a dirty word
While Donald J. Trump on his own had already changed the political landscape, if he had not hired Steve Bannon as his chief executive officer, it is doubtful he would be president-elect today.
5 Reasons Why Donald Trump Should Implement the Jerusalem Embassy Act, and Move the US Embassy to Israel’s Capital City
Since 1995, three successive administrations have used a presidential waiver to stall moving the U.S. embassy to Israel’s capital city. Not anymore.
The lie that movements like BREXIT and other movements in opposition to Islamic mass migration and terrorist attacks are by definition far right Nazis is put to bed. Just as Trump supporters are not racists and bigots.
It was only in my early forties that I began to be aware of my real heritage as an Ulster Scot, or a Scots Irish as some know it. I grew up in Ulster (Belfast being my hometown) and had a basic understanding of my heritage. I went through the `Troubles’ in Northern...