Posts Tagged ‘shall’

There is No “But” in “Shall Not Be Infringed”

By Michael Maharrey I can’t tell you how many times over the last week or so that I’ve heard somebody say, “I support the Second Amendment, but…” This is a prime example of the principle that you can pretty much ignore everything a person says before the “but.” They don’t mean it. If there is […]

They Shall Not Grow Old is a Superb Antiwar Film

By Jeff Deist I recently saw the documentary They Shall Not Grow Old, an account by English soldiers of their experiences in the Great War of 1914-1918. Culled from hundreds of hours of colorized actual wartime footage, it’s a beautiful and heart wrenching film. It’s also a superb antiwar film, simply through its graphic and accurate […]

Embodied Spirituality: The Truth Shall Set You Free

The Facts: There are truths, despite what our president would want us to believe. Subjective and objective domains for truth are largely distinct, and discerning the difference informs a spirituality that honors more than just our convenient worldviews. Reflect On: The key is learning how to appropriately identify subjective versus objective truths. When we mix […]

New Caravan Forming as DHS Says None Shall Pass

Andrew Anglin Daily Stormer October 29, 2018 A new caravan is rolling, kids. Big trouble. AP: Another group of Central American migrants is setting out in a caravan in hopes that the strength of numbers will help them reach the United States. About 300 Salvadorans departed Sunday from the Plaza El Salvador […]

LIVE THE SAGA: Kavanaugh Vote TODAY! History Shall be Made!

Staff Daily Stormer October 6, 2018 Live Streams Fox News: Ruptly: Live Updates 8:50 Understand this: anyone can be accused at any time of running a gang-rape gang by this porno lawyer. On Mon, @SenatorCollins called for an FBI investigation into my client’s allegations. We demanded the same repeatedly. It never happened […]

Where Did the Mystical Figure 6 Million Come From? You Shall Return Minus 6

Christopher Jon Bjerknes Jewry has engaged in a tremendous censorship campaign and has been waging war on the public’s right to know for 73 years. The mass media constantly harp on the harm done to Jews in the Holocaust, but never discuss the more than one hundred million victims of Bolshevik genocide, nor the fact […]

‘And they shall contemplate the kindness of Hashem’

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And The Youth Shall Lead Us

And The Youth Shall Lead Us Above photo: From Teaching for Change. In light of the outpouring of youth activism for stricter gun laws and against the militarization of schools, Teaching for Change shares these examples of young people at the forefront of social movements throughout U.S. history. We hope these can be useful in the classroom […]

You shall not pass! Saakashvili stopped from entering Ukraine on train

     Mikheil Saakashvili, a misfortunate politician of Georgian origin who has been recently seeking to restore his Ukrainian citizenship, was ordered to leave a train heading from the Polish city Przemysl to Lviv in Ukraine. Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president and former governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region, was asked to leave a train headed […]

‘We shall remain’: Bedouin of Jabal al-Baba face an uphill battle to keep their land

Forty-two-year-old Atallah Mazara’a from the Jahalin Bedouin tribe recalls a time when residents were free to move, unhindered by concrete walls and unobtainable permits. “Life was so simple before the [separation barrier] because you could leave for vacation, for weddings; you could take your car and go to Jerusalem,” Mazara’a said. “You could pray Maghrib [prayer just after […]

Constitutional Conventions: Shall We ConCon?

To Constitutionally convene or not to Constitutionally convene: that is the question.  (And one taken up by an upcoming conference I’ll be taking part in at Harvard: conconcon.org )  Or is it?  The government’s broken, but would a Constitutional convention be broken too?  This debate among those on the left usually takes the form of: […]

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