We all have heard the cliches about history repeating itself - and understanding the past is the key to understanding the future. It is sometimes an unfortunate reality, but perhaps we need to look at how human behaviors shape this repeating history. Alexander Tytler was a Scottish advocate, judge, writer, and historian who served as Professor of Universal History and Greek and Roman Antiquities at the University of Edinburgh. Tyler lived at the same time as the American founding fathers and described a repeating cycle in history. Tyler found that democratic societies went through this same cycle again and again and that the cycle lasted roughly 200 years each time. The idea states that democracy is temporary in nature. It isn't
Harvard University has become the Ministry of Truth in George Orwell's 1984, where the truth is actually propaganda and untruth. Joseph Goebbels would recognize and appreciate the use of language employed in Harvard's student paper, The Harvard Crimson, that stridently claims, "Supporting Donald Trump is the same as supporting white supremacy." In 2016, the Harvard Crimson stated Trump has "flirtations with fascism" – a claim they still support. Imagine being a parent who paid tens of thousands of dollars to send their ostensibly intelligent little Johnny or Janey off to a highly respected school such as Harvard, or any of the Ivy League schools for that matter, only to have their minds beaten into submission with dubious democrat party and
This era of Coronavirus is both frightening and a period of great uncertainty that presents challenges for all. These challenges require flexibility and adjustments in which factions of our vulnerable populations already have a degree of difficulty balancing and often lack adequate support systems as well. We are now seeing the numbers which reveal the additional stressors related to coping and mitigating this pandemic have resulted in skyrocketing rates of suicides amongst Veterans, Substance Abusers, and Adolescent populations hit the hardest. Tragically, Veterans already fell into the categories of high rates of homelessness, unemployment, inadequate health care access, financial support deficits, mental health needs, and suicides. The Coronavirus pandemic has only made Veterans particularly more susceptible to both health and economic threats.
As America decides in November in this year 2020, we at the Right Wire Report we wondered how the campaigning at the grassroots level for the Trump campaign is going. In addition, what support for Joe Biden people see, and how COVID19 and potential voter fraud could affect the election process. In short, Trump's support has been tremendously enthusiastic and infectious. Take a look at the feature photo from Pigeon Fork, Tennessee from one of the Right Wire Report reporters on the scene - awsome Trump store where campaign material is constantly challenging because of all the demand. For Joe Biden, Trump said it best with his pen name of "Sleepy Joe." No Biden enthusiasm at all - even in traditional
The "commies" are coming for America? Yeah, your joking, right? But I thought we defeated the evil USSR back in 1991, so why should we worry now? Well, it may be true that the USSR was defeated, or should we say they somewhat defeated themselves, the Marxist, communist, or socialist (communism-lite) ideologies lingers on. After all, the originators of these ideologies knew that the implementation would span the rises and falls of various state entities. In the 20th century, the world defeated "that" age of Marxist ideologies - both the communists and fascists (two peas in a pod). These ideologies are antithetical to our current Western Civilization that has been built and enjoyed. Unfortunately, Marxism is once again trying to raise its