Monthly Archives: February 2018

Thomas Jefferson: Leave His Legacy Alone

by Diane Rufino, Feb. 22, 2018 Thomas Jefferson is probably one of our greatest Founding Fathers, if not the greatest of them all. I think I’m going to be triggered if one other person demonizes him and demeans his legacy … Continue reading

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It’s Worse Than Watergate

by Diane Rufino, Feb. 4, 2018 The Nunes Memo highlights just how easy it is to spy on an American citizen, and even a candidate for the highest office of the land, when the administration in DC is politicized enough … Continue reading

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Speech on College Campuses: Free or Censored?

by Diane Rufino, February 4, 2018 Parents, take notice. If your children are heading to college, you’ll want to know what crazies they might encounter – and I’m talking about college professors and college administrators ! My daughter is currently … Continue reading

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The Truth About the 13th Amendment

Excerpted from Lawrence “Mike” Scrugg’s book, The Un-Civil War: Shattering the Historical Myths (Chapter 7: “The First Thirteenth Amendment”). 2011, Universal Media (Charlotte, NC) –  with some additions and commentary by Diane Rufino Mike Scrugg’s book, THE UN-CIVIL WAR, is … Continue reading

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