For the pseudo-intellectual jerks and the pop-con punditry actually morally credulous enough to believe Alex Jones is entitled to spew his stupidity on any platform he wants, here's a refresher on how freedom of speech and freedom of association actually work.
As both the Democratic and the Republican Party are enslaved by their political apparatus, only a third party, free of major party establishment influences, has any hope of smashing through the Overton Window for liberty.
Outnumbered ten to one, with the promise of death even if the defenders surrendered, Texas legend holds that Travis laid out the dire situation that faced them, and their options were few and grim.
There are three types of reactions to Trump by Republicans and independents on the right, and, unfortunately, most of them betray the character of our Founding Fathers.
While Buchanan, Trump, and Limbaugh pretend at a benign brand of Nationalism, they know that waving American Flags and singing the National Anthem will do less than nothing to improve trade or immigration issues, and that's why they aren't saying what they aren't saying.
In the fanatical heights of the Revolution, the Jacobins abandoned all middle ground positions, embraced absolutism to whatever political fever suited them at the time, and betrayed the very principles they claimed to be defending.
So what is going to happen? If anything is going to happen at all, we will need a functional, "big tent, firm foundation" political party that represents the values of enough Americans to gain political efficacy, in the next four to eight years.
When fundamental cultural questions become intractable, violence is the fundamental language spoken by all people, at all times, everywhere.
I could spend days going through the thousands upon thousands upon thousands of tweets these lunatics spewed forth, but it only takes one to sum the movement up nicely.
When it is clear that our police officers are no longer patrolling civilized city streets but a paved wilderness where the law is seen as a hostile threat, should the state continue to impose itself on people who have so rejected society that they can no longer see any benefits of remaining part of it?
Newsflash, our Natural Law rights to speech, to religion, to assembly, to association, to contract, to keep and bear arms aren't granted to you by the United States Constitution, friends.
A true liberal society, consistent with the principles of ideological conservatism, cannot remain free without leaders with the will to defend the sacred Liberty of their fellow citizens.
Each and every individual must decide whether they are a free person, "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights", or if they are a subject of the government of the United States.
Like any economic activity, wherever there is a dollar to be made, invariably someone will eventually seek it out.
While the nationalist may believe that even the private interest is, in fact, national, there is nothing more fundamentally un-American.
We don't wait for other people to come along to save us. We aren't victims. We're doers. We're not waiters. We're makers. We're not voters. We're builders.
This is clearly the perfect solution to the gun violence problem as well as practically any other kind of violence.
As comfortable as blaming the left may be, personal responsibility must be shouldered, and much of the blame remains on us, you and me, for allowing the culture to come to what it has.