Abbeville: The True Heirs of the Founding Fathers’ Vision By Michael Potts
A Review of Beyond Slavery: The Northern Romantic Nationalist Origins of America’s Civil War (Shotwell Publishing, 2019) by Walter Kirk Wood In the post-War between the States mythology supported by the victors, the Antebellum South… »
The chattering class’ newest obsession, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has seized the policy initiative from the Democratic Party’s geriatrics by promoting a “Green New Deal.” T’is clever branding to combine left-wing eco virtue signaling with FDR’s version… »
Abbeville: First They Came for Southern Heritage By Gail Jarvis
The so-called Civil Rights movement began in the mid-1950s with goals of ending segregation and discrimination. Over the decades it has evolved from “correcting” certain aspects of society, into a virtual restructure of society. What… »
Who are seeking refuge/hospitality but cannot be admitted to membership in a community - what are the options if it is decided that they cannot stay but they refuse to leave? Enslavement, expulsion, or war.
Assimilation must be done right away; otherwise there may be resentment and violence for giving them secondary status. But if they reproduce more quickly than the natives, they may seek to take over the community if their numbers permit it. But how is it possible to assimilate outsiders who do not share the same culture or race or identity so quickly? How many generations would it take? And wouldn't assimilation also require intermarriage? What if the natives don't want that?
Appeal to rights claims on behalf of the outsiders may provide an easy intellectual fix for the problem, but is there any actual grounding in natural law for those rights?
The author might be one of those 20th century nuAmericans with whom one could have a conversation, but as a 20th century nuAmerican who bought into neo-Yankee myths, he is oblivious as to why the leftists have been successful with identity politics and their purposes for fomenting division. Instead he is content to announce again that the U.S. is a proposition nation and we should all just get along.