White America is under siege culturally, not militarily. It is time for my brothers to come home. For a few that may mean geographically relocating, but for many it will simply mean awakening to who they are -to who their people are. Doing my personal genealogy was what started me on this journey. Who are … Continue reading Coming Home: Genealogy and Regional Culture
"I looked out this morning and the sun was gone, Turned on some music to start my day, I lost myself in a familair song, I closed my eyes and I slipped away..." --- 1976 classic song More Than a Feeling by Boston Well my readers, the sun was up this morning, but I do … Continue reading The Grey Days Ahead
With the election in two days, I felt the need to post this essay about God’s method of judgement in regards to civil government. Does God rest in heaven as he absentee allows civil governments (both good and bad ones) to rise, fall, and do evil without his superintending oversight? Does the infinite God sit … Continue reading A people get the government they deserve
Well all, BLM and Antifa are nightly walking the streets of nearby Louisville, Kentucky in another round of protests over the whole (Black female) Breonna Taylor shooting. It started last Wednesday when the (Black male) attorney general of the State of Kentucky declared that the none of the (White male) officers involved in the raid … Continue reading Louisville protests, life, and sweet potatoes
Things are not looking good. I think that the Fall and Winter of 2020 may be a rough time for America. I contend that there are five primary reasons for this. Let me explain why. The first reason is the panic over the Covid-19 outbreak. However dangerous Covid turns out to be, it has sparked … Continue reading Is there a Storm gathering?
A reader of my recent work The Twilight Of Our People? commented to me that they though that Moses had married an Ethiopian, with it being erroneously implied that she was Black. But I contend that a careful review of scripture will show that Moses only had one wife, Zipporah of Midian. This is a … Continue reading Did Moses marry a Black woman?
Hello GKS readers. My latest work is now in print, and also available to be downloaded from this blog for free. This little 47 page work consists of an Introduction, four essays, and an Epilogue. I made this a small work, as I wish it to have a large circulation. This book was conceived this … Continue reading *The Twilight Of Our People?* is now available in paperback and in (free) PDF
I just felt like doing a brief genealogy post here today, which may be of little interest to most of my readers. I have a deep interest in frontier Kentucky, and my ancestors who lived there, and wish to spend a few paragraphs on this today. For those not familiar with the frontier period of … Continue reading Marriage at Fort Harrod
As most of America is getting ready to focus on the 4th of July, generally considered the birth of the American social arrangement, I wish to briefly examine this day from a Christian perspective. First off, while July 4 is “generally considered” the birth of the U.S.A., it is not. I covered this in-depth in … Continue reading The Declaration: A Christless Foundation for a Country
The Falls of the Ohio was an early name for Louisville, which is nicknamed River City and The Ville. The header pic of this essay is a view of the Louisville skyline, taken from the old cabin site on Clark’s Point on the Indiana shore. Louisville, Kentucky is the center point of the adult life … Continue reading The Falls, where Anarchy met Aristocracy