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Paul Szemanczky commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"In the South it was all about Richmond and independence; the issue of slavery only came up because the North had lost 200,000 casualties (by 1863) and Lincoln was desperate to find another raison d'etat. Without the black volunteers and the…"
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Robert H. Woodman commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"Paul, your answer is so far off the mark, it's not even wrong."
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William Batley commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"The true cause for secession and thus the war was a very valid fear, by the South, of loss of political power in the federal government."
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Paul Szemanczky commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"RHW: The personal statements of why they enlisted to preserve the sanctions (sanctity) and laws of Virginia to become the leading generals of the Confederacy from 1861 to their separation by death in May of 1863 (Chancellorsville) is all I'll…"
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Robert H. Woodman commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"Thank you, Dr. Carpenter, for your thoughtful, kind words."
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Dr. Arthur W. Carpenter commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"Robert, I appreciate the time you have taken to discuss your reasoned and well researched thoughts on the causes of the civil war.  To this lay person, the truth of the matter has always been in doubt.  Documented facts have a way of…"
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Robert H. Woodman commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"Richard, Like you, I grew up in the South. I was marinated in the history of the South and of the Civil War. I have read and studied the primary documents of the day (for example, the declarations of secession and the Confederate Constitution), read…"
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Richard Eugene Thorton, Jr. commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"Robert I like you find slavery to be sinful and nothing I would wish to have any part of.  That having been said you like many others buy into the false belief that Slavery was the only or main reason for the Civil War.  FAR FROM THE…"
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Robert H. Woodman commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"Richard, seeking freedom to continue enslaving fellow human beings, which is what the South did in 1860-1865, is far different from seeking freedom from a tyrannical government, which is the struggle we face today. Your argument is a false…"
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Richard Eugene Thorton, Jr. commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"If you enter a political argument and do not expect the side you demean to be upset I wonder about your sanity? I am a Southern and have no gilt or regret about what my ancestors did in the War of Northern Aggression!  I come from a long line…"
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Robert H. Woodman commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"William Batley, the Southern argument for secession was grounded in Compact Theory, which was derivative of John Locke's political philosophy. The SCOTUS had repeatedly rejected Compact Theory, however, prior to the Civil War. This rejection of…"
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Paul Szemanczky commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"Good marks for this one, Jack. The latest Founding Father to be attacked is Alexander Hamilton who had all the will and personhood of conservative values (later emulated by John Randolph) in his genius vs. Jefferson who went out so far on the…"
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William Batley commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"Robert H. woodman, I agree wholeheartedly  with your observation on the media. Perhaps their reluctance to address current slavery is nothing more than moral cowardice, much the same as animal activists attacking rich women in fur coats rather…"
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William Batley commented on Jack Kemp's blog post A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker
"If secession is indeed unconstitutional then West Virginia must still be a part of Virginia, Texas still a part of Mexico and we must still be a part of the British empire. BTW; How can something not mentioned in the Constitution be…"
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NY Times Dynasty founder Ochs buried with a Confederate Flag!

Posted on June 27, 2015 at 7:00am 0 Comments

Jack E. Kemp
The little mosaic flag pattern at the 42nd Street subway platform is secondary to the historical fact that NY Times dynasty founder and late president Adolph Ochs was buried with a Confederate flag - and his mother was a spy for the Confederacy!

To paraphrase James Carville, drag a $100 investigation through the NY Times and you…
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A Debate With anti-"Confederate Pride" writer at American Thinker

Posted on June 26, 2015 at 9:05am 25 Comments

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When Rich Smith wrote a response at American Thinker to Carole Jackson's piece attacking "Confederate Pride," I joined in the comments section with some thoughts - and facts. To my surprise, Jackson herself chose to respond to my remarks and the following exchange ensued.…



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The Pope Goes Full Rosie O'Donnell on Guns

Posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:13am 46 Comments

Jack E. Kemp

I am reluctant to write this, but there are things here that have to be said.



This Pope is getting stranger and stranger. Recently he stated that:

https://ca.news.yahoo.com/pope-says-weapons-manufacturers-cant-call-themselves-christian-184139430.html



TURIN, Italy (Reuters) - People who manufacture weapons or invest in weapons…

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French Filmmaker Creates a Profound PTSD Documentary About American Veterans

Posted on June 21, 2015 at 9:52am 7 Comments

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How did a Frenchman get to make a detailed film about American service veterans being treated for PTSD in a Yountville, CA, facility (in the Napa Valley) called The Pathway Home?

Laurent Becue-Renard took to the stage of New York’s Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, after the showing of his documentary “Of Men and War” to first acknowledge the American servicemen who are buried on French soil as a result of their fighting in World War I (the…

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At 9:04am on June 23, 2015, robert schwartz said…

Jack Kemp,

The spirit behind my comment on your disparaging remarks on Pope Francis is important.  Although you haven't read the discussion about our need to protect the earth, I wanted to express that very important part of the papal message.  I hope that you will consider all aspects of the papal message, as I also must do as I continue to read through it.  I hope, above all, that you will respect our pope as a person, regardless of your views on his views.  Keep in mind that no papal pronouncement is publicized before a large group of specialists has studied the issues involved and then reach a conclusion.

At 11:06pm on April 16, 2015, David Lawrence said…

Thanks so much Jack.  I was just worried that it might have beenn misplaced.

David

At 5:43pm on April 16, 2015, David Lawrence said…

Jack, I have been waiting for two days to get approvval on my post--"Obama--was supposed to...."  Do you know how I get approval.

Tks,

David

At 2:55pm on July 11, 2013, Paul J. Ayres said…

Isay send one of your guards over to guard my family like they do yours.

At 11:32am on February 26, 2013, SgtGrumpy said…

Jack, thanks for your suggestion. I am not a blog writer, haven't wrote any paper since SNCO school in the 70's. I will check with MI Open Carry Assoc. for an update. You are a good blog writer, so this might be a good story for you.

Semper Fi

MSgt Gerry Burman 

At 7:42pm on December 22, 2012, Susan J.Morningstar said…

Jack,

Thanks you for including me in among your friends.

My comment about not knowing what my Pakastini doctor was talking about was tongue in cheek.  He speaks broken English, and I'm hard of hearing.  His nurse is a go-between.

There's a bit of wry humor, for Obamacare caused my doctor of many years to give up his practice.  Believe me I had a heck of a time finding any doctor who "didn't already have their quota of medicare patients."  That's why I wind up with a foreign doctor.  I just pray he has respect for women; he's a Moslem.

This country is so messed up by this Chicago mob.  I can't believe I have to live the remainder of my life like this.

At 7:35am on August 11, 2012, Jim Coles said…

Got it...already copied down...thank you, sir! Have enjoyed this conversation...

At 7:30am on August 11, 2012, Jim Coles said…

I sure hope so, Jack!

I think I'd like to give the article a try after the election...my basic idea is a Swiss-style system...I think that tiered reserve, coupled with reasonable equipment expenditures, relocation & re-sizing of overseas forces to places that will let us protect sea lane choke points & defend regional threat areas -- and not simply pump money into host nation economies -- will give us the flexibility we need...a deep, deep 'bench' and the cultural involvement to fully support defense of our real international interests.

We have the territories and possessions that will enable us to forward-assign properly structured units where they can defend sea lane choke points and provide regional quick reaction forces to assist key allies & friendly nations without having to station them in host nations...Korea, Japan, and Western Europe don't need garrisoned troops there anymore but we need to keep flexible, fully capable forces near those areas to keep the Oriental Russians and Chinese in line in the Pacific; and the Russians-Muslim expansionists  at-bay in the West.

So my thinking goes a bit further than just the initial issue I tried to discuss...you see my dilemma, I think...if I write about this stuff I'll end up getting into lots of weeds...the kind of stuff that makes most people's eyes glaze-over. 

At 7:06am on August 11, 2012, Jim Coles said…

Jack...I know all of those sites well...read them every day or nearly every day...let me think about it...I'm not keen on 'publishing' these days...more or less burned out...and I'm very busy with the Alabama Republican Party's campaign operations...I'm Vice-Chair of our county Executive Committee and am working for several statewide campaigns...

Like I said, I'm old and beat up...only have so much energy...but if I do write the piece A-T will get it first...I really enjoy that site.

At 4:41am on August 11, 2012, Jim Coles said…

Jack ... you post some amazing and very well reasoned articles...I admire your work...always provocative and useful.

all best,

jim

 
 
 

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