Posts Categorized: Fiction


The Tragedy of War

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Journal entry: January 16, 1858,- Captain, E. Montcreif, Queen’s Light Cavalry.   Tomorrow morning, my young cousin Edward and I sail with the tide for America. Edward’s father purchased a commission for him and he is officially a subaltern (unassigned, lower officer)  in my old cavalry unit, The Queen’s Light Horse. Edward is eighteen and… Read more »

Indo China

The Measure of a Man

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In the fall of ’65. my best friends, Frenchy, Knarley and Barbwire Johnny and I, were guiding a group of serious hunters on the Muskwa River for Elk and Grizzly.  We had some experienced hunters to guide and this always made the hunt more interesting.   These men had done a lot of hunting and… Read more »


Fitting In

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Frenchy, Knarley and Barbwire Johnny were guiding hunters on the Muskwa River for Elk and Grizzly. They had some decent guys to guide. The hunters had done a lot of hunting and were not complainers. This was important to guys who often worked in the dark, before the day’s hunt and after the hunt. The… Read more »


The Great Society and Freedom

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My name is Saul. I am a loyal member of the Great Socialist Society of America. My vocation or position in the Great Society is Transition Facilitator. I prepare people and help them transition to the next level of consciousness. The year is The Year of Our Great Socialist State 2075. We live in the… Read more »

A Fast Slaver

The Trans-Atlantic Slavers

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Introduction: Slavery is a peculiar institution and most people automatically recoil with indignation at the thought of owning other people. However, the standard revulsion is most often a socially acceptable and predictable reaction by people who have only a superficial understanding of the depth of depravity and horror enacted upon the people of Africa and… Read more »


Mercy (Guest Post)

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“The river is our border.” The battalion commander paused, probably for effect. The battalion, at attention, was silent. Deepening his voice, the commander began, “The Americans are across the river because of the refugee camp.” He paused again. “No refugees”…pause…”no refugee camp”…pause…”no Americans.” The battalion was silent, no one having given the signal to cheer…. Read more »

Really- how can there still be anyone stupid enough to believe anything Obama says?

Really- how can there still be anyone stupid enough to believe anything Obama says?

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How is it even possible? Some time ago I wrote this: There is a story underneath all of these reports and that story is the persistent pattern of deceit and dishonesty on the part of Barack Obama. He apparently lied to Congressional leaders as well as the entire country right from the beginning of this… Read more »


The Ancient Evil Religion Of Political Correctness (Guest Post)

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With quiet dignity a hooded figure revealed himself from the protective ring of trees. Mounting a small hillock he faced the sea of expectant faces. A measured sweep of his hands pulled back the hood to reveal a wizened face framed by a long white beard. For a long moment not a sound was heard… Read more »


Valley (Guest Post)

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Captain Ermbach walked into the Group Commander’s office, waving vaguely toward his forehead. Let the Prussians of the Army pretend to be Junkers. The German air force looked to business. Besides, fighting in the air was less than half a dozen years old and those practicing the new arts felt they were free of such… Read more »