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  • Unmasking Obama

    “The Fight to Tell the True Story of Failed Presidency,” Unmasking Obama is now available wherever you buy books. This is the fifteenth of the books I have authored or co-authored.



The True Story of White Ethnic Flight from America’s Cities

I asked one lifelong friend, a Democrat, why he and his widowed mother finally left our block in the early 1970s, 20 years after the first African-American families moved in. He searched for the right set of words, and then simply said, “It became untenable.” When I asked what “untenable” meant, he answered, “When your mother gets mugged for the second time, that’s untenable. When your home gets broken into for the second time, that’s untenable.” In researching this project, I found myself repeatedly stunned by the failure of self-described experts on white flight to ask those accused of fleeing why it was they fled. The reason the experts didn’t ask, I discovered, is that they were afraid of what they might learn.

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JFK Is Easy, Now Do TWA Flight 800

September 13, 2023 American Thinker

On Saturday, the New York Times surprised many people, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. among them, with a lengthy article questioning the “single bullet theory” in the November 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

The man who got the Times’ attention is Paul Landis, a long-retired Secret Service agent who stood on the running board of Kennedy’s car that fateful day. What is odd about that attention is how little new information Landis adds to the conversation.

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The Rosa Parks story they don’t want you to remember


In my new book, “Untenable: The True Story of White Ethnic Flight from America’s Cities,” I make the argument that those who could flee the growing disorder of post-1960s urban America, fled.

Only whites were shamed for fleeing, but blacks fled as well. In the book, I tell the stories of Whitney Houston’s mother, Cissy, Kanye West’s mother, Donna, and Michelle Obama’s mother, Marian Robinson.

All made the conscious decision to pull their children from harm’s way when their neighborhood and its schools broke down around them. “Call it black flight or whatever,” said West after her son was mugged, “I was ready to go.”

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Did Beau Biden have Obama accuser Larry Sinclair arrested?


Wednesday at 6 p.m. Eastern, Tucker Carlson will roll out his interview with Larry Sinclair on X. Tens of millions of people will see it. The Obamas probably will not be among them.

The Bidens, however, may want to watch. Joe’s late son, Beau, may have been involved with Sinclair, not as a sex partner, but as a prosecutor. In January 2008, Sinclair fueled rumors about Obama’s sexuality when he went up on YouTube with his allegations of a two-day coke and sex romp with Obama in 1999.

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Cancel Culture Trickles Down: An Up-Close Look

American Spectator

Here’s how bad it has gotten. In a small Republican-leaning town, in a Trump +20 county, the local library board felt free to

Darwin Barker Library, Fredonia, ,New York

“disinvite” from speaking a mainstream conservative author with a dozen C-SPAN Book-TVs under his belt.

That author happens to be me. I had been reading about cancel culture for years, but I had never experienced it firsthand. Given the intimacy of a small-town environment, I have been able to document in detail how the whole process played out. As I learned, there is a banality to this kind of soft-core silencing that makes it even more insidious than an outright ban by hard-core censors.

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