15 thoughts on “The Word From the Trenches – January 29, 2020

    1. Goddammitt Morris! You got a problem? Donate money and write an article about it bud!… better yet, call in and we can talk about it!

      Henry opens the show with”your free to call in, and have a discussion” Looking forward to it Morris!

  1. “It is not these well-fed long-haired men that I fear, but the pale and the hungrylooking.”
    – J. Caesar, attributed in Plutarch’s life of Antony

  2. “Power is the great evil with which we are contending. We have divided power between three branches of government and erected checks and balances to prevent abuse of power. However, where is the check on the power of the judiciary? If we fail to check the power of the judiciary, I predict that we will eventually live under judicial tyranny.”
    — Patrick Henry

  3. Dang, Henry. Thank you!! You carved that Bill of Rights Sanctuary item right down to the bone. I hope many hear today’s broadcast. We are turning into a nation of sanctuaries. Pretty soon there will be sanctuaries for EVERYTHING, from snowflakes, to trannies, to people who identify as trees!! They are closing us off from each other. Sanctuary used to mean holy place; now it’s a fortress for every false movement. Anyhow, I got a kick out of this:

    Trump, 2016 – 38 Seconds:

    DONALD TRUMP: 14TH AMENDMENT IS QUESTIONABLE:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TwG1j22Rdg

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      1. Who knows what he knows, but I run into people who only see the anchor baby aspect of the 14th and the “Life, liberty” etc. for all; and they (like I initially did) miss the words “citizen” and “subject,” the very words that subjugate us. It takes some work, but when it’s pointed out to them, they get it. It’s harder to clear up the word “citizen” than the word “subject” because “citizen” sounds so benign. That’s where the dictionary comes in handy:

        citizen: 1) a legally recognized subject or national of a state or commonwealth, either native or naturalized, 2) an inhabitant of a particular town or city

        That first definition right there tells us the story. Donald, I’m sure, has no problem with us remaining subjects.

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  4. That really threw me when you talked about Lincoln having people arrested Henry, I had no idea. You’ll never hear about that in public school! Or on Joo tube!

      1. Trump is a close 3rd. Your article reminds me of something Trump would do, actually he did do it, fix the election anyway. But yes, Lincoln was a real steaming pile. And they gave him a memorial!

      2. Powerful Lincoln links. Thanks, Mary. Oh the reverence we were trained to offer him. He was sanctified and sainted. They hid from us how he broke from freedom, perpetuated war on his own country, danced on our rights as if they were mud. One of these days I’ll do more study on Booth, dead at 26. He aimed “for the suit.”

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