By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

12 thoughts on “History is important. That is why it is not taught in schools.”
    1. “But… but but but but Republicans are supposed to be RACIST! Black people can’t be republicans, all republicans are racist white people!”

      I have long maintained that the Democrat party is the party of people who are racist and sexist against white men.

  1. But the anti-rights forces aren’t racist! They LOVE minorities….so long as they vote the right way, and don’t live in their neighborhoods….

  2. I would like, in my own small way, to thank these men for standing up for the rights of their brothers and sisters, WHATEVER the skin color of those brothers and sisters may be, and for standing up to the peer pressure in society today that tries to tell us that blacks and other “minorities” are required to be liberal, are required to be fans of our esteemed president, are required to hate white men and women, and need the racist practices known as “Affirmative Action” in order to stand on an equal footing with white men. I would like to congratulate them for rising to the challenge as intelligent, freedom-loving men, standing on their own two feet, and proving society wrong, and I am proud to share my nation and my voting practices with them.

  3. A grasp on history and common sense? This needs to be shared so I’m stealing it. With a hat tip of course.

  4. They don’t teach history anymore; they teach “Social Studies”. After being taught it for five years in grade and middle school, I still have no idea what it is.

    1. Amen. Same here. And when they finally started teaching “history”, I’m finding out (through my own study of certain eras that I’ve discovered an interest in) that what was taught was not necessarily the truth.

  5. Excellent! I love Star Parker (purple dress – just left of the microphone for about half the video) and expected her to speak, but it was excellent without her.

    Star Parker is the one the one who did that “controversial” anti-gun control video of the black guy being dragged out of his bed to be lynched.

    1. I just looked up that video. Wow, it’s powerful.

      Here’s the link for everyone else:
      “The Never Again Campaign” -YouTube

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