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Politically Incorrect Facts about the Mexican-American War

Published on May 19, 2011 By sirrahc

The other day I posted about the Texas Revolution of 1836, giving some facts to counter the position that America’s early settlers were just a bunch of greedy, unscrupulous, white land-grabbers who “stole” their land from the Mexicans (and Native Americans). On the contrary, the Anglos had mostly been invited in by the Mexican government […]

Politically Incorrect Facts about the Texas Revolution

Published on May 14, 2011 By sirrahc

If you listen to guys like Howard Zinn and others of the “anti-America” crowd, you’ll hear a lot of complaining about America’s “imperialist” ambitions and the way the American government and society have horribly treated various (usually) non-white groups, stolen their land, etc. The 19th-century notions of American expansionism and “Manifest Destiny” — i.e., that […]

D'Souza on American Anti-Americanism

Published on April 17, 2010 By sirrahc

“[D]reams of perfecting human society always runs smack into human nature.” — Thomas Lifson, editor and publisher at American Thinker When I hear people from other countries bad-mouthing the U.S., it bugs me. Don’t they see that we’re the good guys? Can’t they see what a great society we have here? But, what really bothers […]

Original Zinn: Indoctrinating Our Children on the Evils of Racist, Capitalist America

Published on December 14, 2009 By sirrahc

OR… Bad America! Long Live Marxist Socialism! Radical far-Leftist Howard Zinn, first-among-equals among the ‘Blame America’ academic crowd, is at it again — this time with the help of Hollywood and The History Channel. The controversial professor is author of the popular A People’s History of the United States — a darkly revisionist work if […]

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