Category archives for: William E. James

Jackboots in the Night

It was an ugly hallmark of the Nazi and Soviet regimes. In the middle of the night, thunderous knocks would be heard on the door of one’s home, accompanied by loud shouts

A Tale of Two Thomases

Long ago, Thomas Day, a “free man of color,” lived in nearby Milton, North Carolina in the antebellum South. He was a very successful businessman, owning and operating a furniture manufacturing and building enterprise that was famous throughout the region.

Of Public Servants and Public Services

It always amuses me to hear someone announce that he or she is going to enter “public service.” Those who actually do so often exude an air of moral superiority over people in the private sector, who are assumed to be nothing but self-seeking money-grubbers.

Chuck’s Challenge

Democrat Charles “Chuck” Schumer, his party’s leader in the U.S. Senate, recently proposed a bill to expand civil rights and ban employment barriers and all other discriminations against people who are gay, transgender, etc. Schumer says America is all for the civil rights of the LGBT crowd. Any bets his “Equality Act” will lead to quotas?

Yawn

“Treason!” scream the headlines! “Proof of collusion!” shout the Democrats! “Impeach him!”

Our Destruction Comes from Within

Last week, while in Warsaw, Poland, President Trump gave a remarkable speech. As he memorialized the heroic Polish resistance fighters of World War II, he added more.

Centennials Again

In this space we have from time to time noted some centennials about the Great War, or World War I. 1917 was a critical year in that War.

Save the Statues

The Mayor of Richmond, Virginia, has established a “commission” to “study” and “make recommendations” regarding the beautiful statues that adorn Monument Avenue in the city.

Resistance Riot and Rage: The Party of Subversion

During the Cold War era, numerous Democrats made cozy with the Soviets. As long as the latter were communist, there was hardly a Russian they did not like. Democrats, who launched the Vietnam War, then turned against it and chanted, “Ho! Ho! Ho Chi Minh!” (the Soviet-supported communist dictator of North Vietnam) on American streets while our soldiers slogged through Asian rice paddies.

It is a Cesspool, Not a Swamp

One would have to be an inhabitant of another galaxy to be unaware of the dramatic and sensationalized “Comey testimony” on live television last week.

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