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Paul Hair is a national security expert and an author. He writes under his own name and as a ghostwriter. Connect with him at http://www.liberateliberty.com/. Contact him at paul@liberateliberty.com.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Meet the Minds Behind an ‘Appalling’ SJW Takedown

Art by Stephen Harper
WRITTEN BY Christian Toto

Three right-leaning writers take our woke age to task in this short story collection.

Some stories rarely get told by Hollywood, let alone writers seeking approval from august literary imprints.

The folks behind an “Appalling” new story collection didn’t let that stop them.

Appalling Stories: 13 Tales of Social Injustice” pokes fun at PC restrictions with a collection of tales speaking to an increasingly silly age.

HiT reached out to the authors behind the book – Paul Hair, David Dubrow and Ray Zacek – to find out more about the short story collection and why they trained their firepower on Social Justice Warriors.

HiT; Sinking your teeth into social justice follies is both fertile ground and mostly unexplored terrain … did that make the project even more tempting to tackle?

Ray Zacek: Oh, you better believe! ‘Son of a gun we having fun on the bayou’ was my approach to this collaboration. Plucking the tail feathers from the peacock of political correctness appealed to my Inner Groucho Marx. . . .

Read the entire article at Hollywood in Toto.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Jon Del Arroz Is Authoring Sci-Fi And Defying Stereotypes

Excerpt of cover art to, For Steam and Country.
Jon Del Arroz is a Hispanic science fiction author with a rising profile. He’s already published quite a bit of work and has more ready to debut in 2018. In addition to this, Del Arroz is defying media stereotypes, with his involvement in the Vox Day-led Alt*Hero being one such example of his breaking the mold.

Hollywood in Toto profiled Del Arroz in June of 2017, and PJ Media published an article about him on Jan. 3. His isn’t a household name yet but he seems to be doing all that he can to make it one. He has a sizable catalogue of stories that range from novels to comic books. His latest full-length work is a young adult novel called, For Steam and Country: Book One of the Adventures of Baron Von Monocle.

“It’s just a fun steampunk fantasy about a girl who inherits an airship and finds herself in the middle of a war,” Del Arroz said about the book. “It’s got great reviews and people love it. I kind of think of it as the Star Wars of steampunk, a genre that’s been underserved with epic adventure,” he added.

And if you’re a fan of For Steam and Country, or if you’re a fan of steampunk in general, there’s good news: more novels in the series are on the way. “Book two is written, but I need to edit it,” Del Arroz said. “I am aiming for summer.”

But that isn’t all there is. He is hard at work on other stories. . . .

Read the entire article at The Loftus Party.

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Dominican Republic Mass Deported Haitians in 2015

Undated & uncredited photo of child in Haiti.
Photo via DVIDS/USAID.
Haiti and the Dominican Republic share the island of Hispaniola. But that didn’t stop Dominican officials from protecting their sovereignty by mass deporting Haitians back to their own nation in 2015.

American officials, pundits, and media are hysterical over a story they created about remarks Donald Trump supposedly made regarding Haiti during discussions of the U.S. taking in people from all over the world. And as they wildly condemn Trump, anyone who supports him, and America in general, it’s a good time to remember how the Haitians’ neighbors wanted nothing to do with them in 2015. . . .

Read the entire column at BarbWire.

Note: The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Women in Combat: Hollywood vs. Real Life

Still image from Atomic Blonde trailer.
“Women are badassess!” Did you know that? Of course you did, because you can’t get away from media and activists telling you it. And the Hollywood campaign to make you believe in the Woman Warrior has been a key factor in convincing America to put women on the front lines of war. But as with many things, the Hollywood portrayal of the female fighter differs greatly from reality.

The Hollywood Reporter published, “Women Who Will Kick Ass Onscreen in 2018,” on Dec. 28, letting everyone know that the trend of women warriors on the silver screen will continue. So be prepared for more movies featuring women (or even little girls) beating up men.


Such imagery and insistence—insistence that women are warriors—have so bombarded our culture from Hollywood and other sources that we have surrendered to the myth. And it’s so ingrained that I no longer waste my time trying to convince people that the myth is just that.

Nevertheless, the truth remains. And the truth is, the way Hollywood portrays women in fights is much different from how women perform in fights in the real world.

On Dec. 19, a female police officer was attempting to subdue a suspect. She failed to do so until Cray Turmon, described as a “homeless Columbia, SC man” came to her “rescue” as the below video shows.


Mind you, the female police officer was unable to subdue the suspect after she had used an electroshock weapon on him, and after she had used a chemical spray on him.

That’s a far cry from how Hollywood portrays female fighters. And, for that matter, it’s a far cry from how the Department of Defense (with no more immunity to propaganda than anyone else) portrays them too.


“So what?” some will yell. “You can find other situations where men fail in combat and women succeed!” Whatever. Like I said, I’ve no desire to argue about the issue any longer.

So if America still wants to believe in the Warrior Woman, that’s just fine with me. The myth will not last forever, of course. And I suspect when the truth breaks through, it will happen in such a spectacular—even catastrophic—way that a few people will wish that they had acknowledged reality a whole lot sooner.

Monday, January 8, 2018

The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group—the Boneyard [VIDEO]

The Boneyard.
Photo by Staff Sgt. Perry Aston via DVIDS.
Many U.S. military aircraft go to the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group once they reach the end of their service life. The 309th is stationed at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona, with the retired aircraft and grounds the 309th controls being commonly known as the Boneyard. It’s an interesting place full of spectacular views.

The Boneyard “contains about 5,000 retired military aircraft throughout 2,600 acres.” The Department of Defense uses the retired aircraft for parts and, occasionally, it calls them back into service.

SCI posted about the Boneyard on Jan. 29, 2017. It included a fascinating video clip of the Boneyard. But there is more to see than just that.

Below is another video of the Boneyard that the Air Force published in 2017.


Note: The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.

Saturday, December 30, 2017

How to Get Everyone to Agree to End Immigration

Installation of a U.S.-Mexico border wall during 2007.
Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mark Olsen via DVIDS.
Right now it is impossible to get people to agree on ending immigration (legal and illegal) to the U.S. Everyday citizens want the invasion to stop while the Ruling Class wants it to continue—and to grow. So is there anything which could cause everyone to agree that we should end it? Yes: the environment.

So-called saving the environment has been one of the key causes of the Ruling Class for years, with the hysteria over “climate change” being the most visible aspect of this cause. Rank-and-file progressives have long supported the hysteria. Meanwhile, rank-and-file non-progressives have slowly pushed back on it. Yet there is no way the Ruling Class and its supporters are going to give up on it.

So why not use the hysteria about climate change and the environment to unite everyone against immigration to the United States?

The more people that come into America, the more room they occupy, the more resources they consume, the more pollution they create, and the more general damage they do to the environment. Those who wish to put an end to immigration (illegal aliens, legal immigrants, and refugees), or greatly reduce it, could emphasize these facts. If they did, they would start to bring more people (particularly those who are fanatical about environmentalism and who believe in man-made climate change) to their side.

Emphasizing the environment does not require a change in principles. It simply requires that those who wish to keep their country to start making a case for it in terms that appeal to those who do not currently agree with them.

Implementing such a strategy would prove beneficial for pro-American defenders, and bring about a rare case of unity in the modern U.S.

Note: The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.

Friday, December 29, 2017

Simpson: The Military’s Latest Surge … in Sex Change Surgery

“Allyson” Robinson at Joint Base Andrews, Md. on 6/29/17.
Photo by Airman 1st Class Valentina Lopez via DVIDS.
WRITTEN BY James Simpson

Barack Obama will go down in history as one of the worst, if not the worst president in U.S. history.

His “leadership” left the world in chaos, our economy in shambles, national debt approaching $20 trillion, and our nation divided as never before in a profound crisis of identity and confidence. And as our culture moves from dysfunctional to bizarre, one of the hot button issues Obama left behind is transgenders in the military, and forcing taxpayers to underwrite the cost of elective transgender surgery for military members.

Donald Trump was elected president on the hope that he would reorient national priorities to actually serve our nation. One such action he took in August was to end military payments for elective transgender surgery and to bar transgenders from enlisting in the military. He suspended recruitment of transgender people, ordered the Defense Department to develop policies regarding those transgender service members already on duty, and only pay for transgender surgeries that were in progress.

The cost of transgender surgery can exceed $100,000. Estimates of the number of transgenders in the military range from a low of 1,320 to as high as 12,800. If all individuals identifying as “transgender” elected the surgery, it could cost the military between $132 million and $1.3 billion. It is claimed that only a small percentage will actually undergo the surgery, but doctors ironically claim that it is medically necessary. Either way, with taxpayers underwriting the cost, many more will likely take advantage of it. . . .

Read the entire column at Breitbart.