The Yankee Problem

Author: Clyde Wilson
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ISBN: 9780692733905
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Granny Clampett, on the TV sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies, described the War Between the States as "when the Yankees invaded America" and, indeed, it was! Their invasion of America, however, goes back much farther than the conflict of 1861-1865. It began as soon as they dropped their anchor in Plymouth Bay. Since that time, they have meddled, cheated, and lied their way into every nook and cranny of American life. The Southern people warned others about the radical utopians of New England, and even went to war to get away from them, but to no avail. Now all Americans, not just Southerners, are subject to the whims of "those people" and their never ending mission to recreate, not only America, but the entire world in their bizarre, sanctimonious image. Dr. Clyde Wilson, in this first installment of The Wilson Files, takes the Yankee problem head-on. After decades of historical research and personal observation, he exposes and explains these pesky purveyors of mischief and mayhem! If you want to understand America, American History, and the upside-down dystopian nightmare in which we all live, you have to understand the problem. We do not have an economic problem, a race problem, a class problem, a gender problem, a toilet access problem, a drug problem, a gun problem, or any other ideological or social problem at the root of America's dysfunctional anti-culture - we have a Yankee problem!

Nullification

Author: Clyde Wilson
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ISBN: 9780692759769
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In this second installment of The Wilson Files, we collect some of Dr. Wilson's most sagacious writings on the topic of nullification and the unenumerated rights reserved to the several sovereign States that comprise the confederation known as the United States of America. For half a century historian Clyde Wilson has been writing about what he calls "our lost and stolen heritage of states' rights." As Dr. Donald Livingston, founder of the Abbeville Institute, has remarked of current devolutionary strategies, "Clyde Wilson had been plowing the ground long before any of us came to plant." Excerpts from Nullification: Reclaiming the Consent of the Governed: "The cause of states' rights is the cause of liberty; they rise or fall together. . . . We know the problems. Where should we look for solutions? . . . . Thomas Jefferson gives us the answer: our most ancient and best tradition, states' rights: 'the support of the State governments in all their rights, as the most competent administrations for our domestic concerns and the surest bulwarks against anti-republican tendencies' . . . . Some of the Founders hoped that the division of legislative, executive, and judicial power in the general government would help. . . . these checks and balances do not work. They ceased to work a long time ago. There is no serious conflict of power among the federal branches. The acts of all of them are directed toward checking the people of the States. . . . States' rights are historically sound, constitutionally sound, ethically sound, and sound from the point of view of democracy. Where they fall short is simply in the realm of political will and agenda. . . . if we are to speak of curbing the central power, the States are what we have got. They exist. They are historical, political, cultural realities, the indestructible bottom line of the American system. It would be a shame if, in this world-historical time of devolution, Americans did not look back to an ancient and honourable tradition that lies readily at hand."

When the Yankees Come

Author: Paul Graham
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ISBN: 9780692630099
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Many Americans believe that the coming of the blue soldiers of the North, emissaries of emancipation, was a joyful event for African Americans. Nothing could be further from the truth.How do we know this? Because we have their recorded accounts. Ending slavery, contrary to self-congratulatory American myth, was not a righteous crusade. It was a by-product of a brutal war of conquest and invasion-a total war against civilians in which black Southerners suffered as much if not more than whites. The devastation of the people's resources in large areas of the South left African Americans as well as Southern whites suffering and sometimes starving. For many, it was an experience of fear, disruption of life, and cruel uncertainty about their future, to which the liberators had given no thought.The material gathered by Paul C. Graham makes this clear. Of late, Americans have had a taste for history by theory: The War Between the States was "about" slavery. A better understanding comes from seeing what the people who were there have to say about it. Such an approach to history as human experience can be both informative and enlighteningThis book is the first in a series of first-hand accounts of the invasion of the South.Note: This title is enrolled in Kindle MatchBook. Kindle Version is FREE if you purchase the print edition on Amazon.

Yankee Babylon

Author: MacDonald King Aston
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ISBN: 9780982956519
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Secularised and hidden away in a thousand useless history books, brimming with the Big Lie of the Yankee Myth, the myth of Lincoln, of perpetual war, of the holy dollar, and of the Puritans' City upon a Hill, is a real America. You won't find the real America in your history books, for those books are filled with the propaganda of the Yankee and his mythology. Casting a cold eye on the "Evil Twins" of the 1860s and 1960s, Yankee Babylon ruthlessly exposes the truth of both who we are and how we got here: not to a free republic of free men and women, but to an American Empire. To a Yankee Babylon.

Annals of the Stupid Party

Author: Wilson
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ISBN: 9780997939330
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IN THIS INSTALLMENT OF THE WILSON FILES, we turn our attention to Dr. Clyde Wilson's writings on the "Grand Old Party." For several decades Wilson has been prolifically combating the widespread delusion "that the Republicans represent a conservative bulwark against leftist revolution." "In its entire history of a century and a half," Wilson writes, "the Republican Party has never conserved anything. It has never had as a goal the intention of conserving anything worthwhile." Republican leaders have not only failed their voters; they have actively swindled them.As the author conclusively shows, today the party is not a political party at all. It is an electioneering machine to promote its leaders into positions of power and perks. Having no principles, it cannot function as an opposition party, as revealed in a total lack of effectiveness against the revolutionary Obama presidency. In 2014 Wilson predicted that grassroots disaffection might lead to the rise of a "maverick candidate." If such a candidate "is wise, brave, and somehow able to communicate with the people over the massive jamming of the media," he might "accomplish the wrecking of the Republican Elite, which would be a great service to the restoration of good government."Enter Donald Trump. Will the twin Republican and Democratic elites succeed in killing off the people's insurgency? This question will remain whatever the result of the November election. The Republican Party is a poor weapon for what needs to be done unless it is radically reformed, as Wilson demonstrates in his devastating history of "the Stupid Party."

War at the Top of the World

Author: Eric Margolis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135955581
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First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Field of Blood

Author: Wayne Allensworth
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ISBN: 9781549881213
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A modern Western...In a small Texas town, the fallout from a globalized world tests the boundaries of loyalty and identity and the deepest attachments of the human heart. Parmer, Texas is a casualty of a clash of cultures and peoples, as the Mexican drug war opens a front in a town that has sent its men to far-flung battlefields. The town's veterans, "the soldiers", face a fight for the very existence of the place they call home, while the fate of one man may determine the future of Parmer and the fates of the soldiers themselves. Field of Blood confronts the human tragedy playing out on America's southern border."Wayne Allensworth provides a powerful and moving meditation on American modernity - part gritty action yarn, part compassionating polemic, part evisceration of spiritual emptiness. Across his grand, boldly-coloured, tragic landscapes, confused prisoners of circumstances kill or are killed, while republics and civilisations bleed in and out of each other, and everyone and everywhere are compromised" Derek Turner, author of Sea ChangesWayne Allensworth worked as an analyst for the Foreign Broadcast Information Service from 1991 to 2002. He is the author of The Russian Question: Nationalism, Modernisation and Post-Communist Russia. Field of Blood is his first title for Endeavour Press. He lives in Keller, Texas.