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Don’t Touch Those Confederate Statues

 The job of tyrants and busybodies is never done. When they accomplish one goal, they move their agenda to something else. If we Americans give them an inch, they’ll take a yard. So I say, don’t give them an inch … Continue reading

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The 12 Biggest Blunders in U.S. History

…those intent on destroying America and establishing corporate-controlled world government have never been this scared, that someone they didn’t select has come this close to upending their applecart; especially since even if Trump loses this election, the forces that led … Continue reading

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American History in 30 Minutes

Manifest Destiny: America is rather uncomfortable with this one since it is the Pops Warner version of genocide. The deal with this is the people already living on land the government needed other people to settle upon and pay taxes … Continue reading

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A Politically Incorrect Guide to Thanksgiving

Time to scalp the facts about the Indians I realize that this is less than timely but, never-the-less, it is well worth reading. A couple of comments: As the article points out, the indigenous were a stone age culture. Contrary … Continue reading

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Everything You Know Is Wrong

What people call history is really myth…. It’s a system of power. He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past. Court historians … never question its veracity and are quick to deride … Continue reading

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Overthrowing the Regime

…let’s call it the “Original” Right, the right wing as it existed from 1933 to approximately 1955. This Old Right was formed in reaction against the New Deal, and against the Great Leap Forward into the leviathan state that was … Continue reading

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World War Two, a View From Different Eyes

I was fortunate in learning early that, if you want to know the truth, you need to seek out and find the looser’s side of the story.  One of the most enlightening little books I ever read was simply called … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Well Known Americans

It is a tradition of FlyoverPress.com to re-publish this essay each year to coincide with the MLK “holiday.” — jtl, 419 By Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume Along about this time each January, I find myself reflecting upon the lives of … Continue reading

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Robert E. – Lee Role Model For Young Americans

In case you were repulsed by (or indifferent to) yesterday’s “celebration,” here is a reason to celebrate. — jtl, 419  From SOUTHERN HERITAGE NEWS & VIEWS U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower believed that Confederate General Robert E. Lee should be … Continue reading

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The Hundreds: Thomas Jefferson’s Forgotten Plan for Restoring a Failed Republic

A crucial thing people don’t know about Jefferson is this: he was fully convinced that freedom in America was fatally wounded—in fact on its deathbed—by 1810 or so. He maintained that he and his fellow founders had blown their opportunity … Continue reading

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