Monthly Archives: September 2018

To the Heroes of the Confederate State of North Carolina (1861-65)

  by Diane Rufino, September 3, 2018 On the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill stood the noble statue of “Silent Sam,” the Confederate soldier who stood vigilant watch over the campus. It stood on McCorkle place, the University’s upper quad, facing … Continue reading

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John McCain: Celebrating the Life of a Career Politician

by Diane Rufino and George Liberty, August 31, 2018 (Photo by Myfox8.com) The following remarks are offered in remembrance of Senator John McCain. We, as a nation, celebrate our politicians more than any other group of people.  We lift them up … Continue reading

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A Tyrant in the House: Obama’s Systemic Weaponization of Government Against Conservatives

by Diane Rufino, August 31, 2018 I borrowed the meme below from the #WalkAway guys. They are pretty awesome.  Plus, they have the best memes!! Anyway, I wanted to use this to make a point, in addition to the very … Continue reading

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