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Steps Ahead

Since I’ve been writing books, I haven’t had the opportunity to write as many blog posts of late.  I’ve also restrained myself because I’ve been negotiating with a number of different people and entities to expand the efforts of the National Right.

There is no substitute for building outward from solid principles, and having an organization committed to core beliefs that make sense.   In our American Covenant, we begin with a community developed platform that represents a meaningful consensus from the Right that is unapologetic, rooted in fact and tradition, and represents a solid beginning.  But we will do more.

I’m about a month away from finishing my next book provisionally titled The Coming Civil War which suggests how the current political conflict may evolve.  I am not putting a time table on anything in how events play out, but I note the rising radicalization should be troubling.  We see more signs each day how the radical left is becoming stronger, bolder, and more threatening to our national rights.  Although different groups are speaking out and more Americans become aware each day, there is not an organized resistance to these efforts.  We will endeavor our damnedest to change that.

I’m talking with many talented people, including some with resources and experience the movement has not enjoyed before, to put together a strong message.  It starts with recognizing our opponents are Marxists, or how we had the courage to once say, communists.  What they offer is what we fought for generations to oppose in America, and we must pick up the struggle once more.  We should be honest about who these people are, what groups support them, and make clear to the public this information.

In contrast, we will stand up for bedrock values.  We will protect our families, support our faith, restore the morals that sustained us, and defend our liberties against any threat.  We will invest our energy in America, bringing back our best men to support us here at home, supporting businesses who build and spend here, and offer our support to the Trump America First agenda.  America owes its loyalty to its people, not foreigners with foreign beliefs, and we must stand up and make clear these fights are the future.

As this evolves, I’ll articulate this message more clearly, and I continue to work to improve this.  I am but one man, with a message rooted in truth in decency, but I will share it and find others who want to speak and work toward the same.  People tell me victory is not possible, but I know this is a lie, because we had the country we loved once, and I refuse to believe people are unwilling to work, or even fight if necessary, to restore an America with a common culture, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

We mouthed those words for years.  It’s time to live them once more.  This is our challenge, to assume our National Right.

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Choose Quality Over Equality

Those of us on the right have been tricked into fighting a losing battle.  While it would sound that being, broadly speaking, the movement which served the interests of individuals as individuals, allowing people to define themselves, would reach the largest target audience with a set of ideas, the problem is this message also encourages each of us to retreat into our own individually comfortable version of perfection, and to exist as apart as our lives and means allow.

It is also why the left has been winning the culture war for a very long time.  While we have focused our idealism into our virtues and discourse, the left has made their radical ideal of equality at all costs real by bringing people together with simple rhetoric, growing numbers based on resentment, and showing no restraint in using any and all institutions to push their collectivism.  And because they have numbers and the will to power, they are forcing their ideas upon generation after generation while we bicker amongst ourselves.

The American Covenant and the ten principles shared therein offer a roadmap for how we unite ourselves despite our continuing differences, but all the policy prescriptions in the world will do nothing until we begin to embrace some larger sense of group identity.  The goal is not to forget our individual traits, but to remember we share other identities, some chosen and some innate, which also impact heavily how we live and when we run from these, we reduce our own capacity to impact change.

Let’s make our radical battle for the future not to argue just “I can do whatever I want”, but instead shift to the more inspirational, “I will aspire to that which is best, and in every group where I belong, embrace the same ideal.”  We can have pride in ourselves and our groups, including our race, culture, and faith, and this can only strengthen our resolve.  There is no cause for shame when one group does better than another – an incredibly destructive delusions we reflexively apologize for feeling far too often.

Quality over quantity needs to be the message delivered.  We no longer apologize or feel guilt for our successes, but instead take pride in those achievements.  Instead of reducing ourselves to those who cannot keep up, serving prostrate at their inadequacy, let us strive to better our own accomplishments and forget the guilt others would place on us.  We seek to be moral, caring as much for virtue as material success, but we must categorically reject this toxic idea of equality.

Freedom is inherently the right to be unequal.

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The Crisis of the West

First, allow me to welcome those visiting the National Right website for the first time after reading my newest book: Someone Has To Say It: The Hidden History of How America Was Lost.  If you haven’t read it yet, check it out on Amazon, or send me an e-mail if you would like an autographed paperback copy.  I’m flattered by all the kind reviews, and glad to be able to contribute in some small way to a more honest understanding of American history.  People need to understand how the radical left, Communists and Marxists, engineered the gradual takeover of our state and destruction of our civil society as a precursor to fixing the problems in our nation.

We think of the question as political, but it really isn’t:  Instead, I would argue it is moral, cultural, and financial.  Our troubles politically are just a reflection of the problems emerging from these areas, so let me talk about each.

The moral decline of our people is in the deliberate introduction of nihilism, accomplished through the splintering of our nation into a thousand subgroups incapable of working with one another.  Such discord has been cast into all areas of life from the biggest national endeavors into the family itself, where the perpetually stoked war between men and women serves to keep us from working in harmony to protect our children, raising them with confidence and character.  We live in a world where judgment itself is miscast as prejudice, making it impossible to use reason or defend our nature to assert righteousness.  Post-morality is the slow death of indulgence.

We accept such a dismal fate in large numbers because people believe we have no future.  As the single American culture of achievement through hard work gave way to subgroups that fester on resentment and redistribution, control was taken of the narrative to make the majority feel shame for our many accomplishments.  Western civilization itself became an albatross, where our traditions were derided and instead supplanted by either nothing or promises of foreign superiority.  With shame for our past, we are told we deserve no future, and so many people accept all we deserve is the comforts of the day, quietly giving way in our countries from America to Europe.  Specifically, these attacks continue daily, relentlessly, overtly and covertly against the white population, who for the first time in history are a race with hatred for themselves so bad they’d contemplate civilization suicide, guilty for the crimes we’ve been falsely accused of committing.

Such a message would seem impossibly unhealthy for people to adopt, but it exists because throughout the world, a small group of people serve as financial controllers.  Operating in a world where the rules are so different than what ordinary citizens face, their command of finance allows them essentially limitless resources with which to push a message which elevates the least capable and suppresses the most capable.  At heart of this is the population displacement agenda, accomplishing the twin goals of spreading financial hegemonic control through central banking and their vassal global institutions, and simultaneously depleting those nations most capable of offering resistance on any other basis to this effort.  Furthermore, they own enough of the people in both parties, either directly or indirectly through their promises of financial support that legislation to hinder their ambitions will never become a priority under the current political rules.

States rise and nations are destroyed.  Institutions dominate our society, and we are told these act on their own interest, yet they act in a strange vacuum where no personal responsibility is ever assigned to any group or individuals for these actions.  A strange pale of inevitability is cast, yet we can break through these.  We can admit very powerful and wealthy people, aristocrats from the west, have put the concerns of a small group above the nations which sustain them.  Transnational actors and rootless cosmopolitans, we must identify these people, groups, and institutions specifically and call them out for their malice.

But it is not enough to just point out the bad actors and bad ideas proliferating in our country and poisoning minds and hearts.  We must offer an alternative, one that inspires people and builds upon our traditions and aspirations.  We must identify and encourage those who are, starting with the most basic of traits:  Those related to us and who live close to us, to renew the American Covenant.  Today, I am rebranding what we previously called our Ten Commandments to this title, because we must act in faith in search of this promise, that a good and just people who act without fear and with strength will succeed against any obstacle.  Our enemies are hateful, many and powerful, yet for all their resources, their essential weakness is fatal:  They are rooted in hatred – of us, of themselves, and of humanity.

We must learn how to fight that weakness by making ourselves impermeable to their weapons.  Such a struggle will be long and painful, but also rewarding and winnable.  With clear moral principles and determination to cast off the yoke upon us, our National Right serves as a common space to lead the way for the different people and groups who all share this goal and identify the common and most wicked threat.


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Tom’s New Book

To give some background on why I founded the National Right and how our nation has found itself in the current predicament where up is down and crazy is normal, I’m proud to present to you “Someone Has to Say It: The Hidden History of How America was Lost”.  In 238 pages, I cover American history from the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank to the current day, explaining how the state has been grown larger and larger by having certain vested interests use their wealth and power to divide us against one another, and present themselves again and again as the solution.

The ideas in this book have cost people their lives and livelihood, and so publishing these publicly was a serious decision.  But Americans deserve to know the truth, or at least a version of events that actual fit the facts as opposed to the fantasy we are told.  We see how our country is slipping away, a slide into degeneracy bolstered by population replacement sponsored by the left.  People often ask me how did this happen, and the answer is much more quietly than people think, one small step at a time.

For more answers to these questions, I encourage you to purchase the book and welcome your feedback.  For convenience, both a digital and paperback version are posted at  If you want an alternative means to purchase, please contact me directly at and we can work something out.


In many ways, this book is the genesis of the National Right concept, and I think everyone will have some interesting and potentially troubling thoughts from reading my text.  While you may not agree with everything, the point is to advance the discussion and to bring the questions we’re not supposed to ask into the light.


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The National Right Model

Movements get themselves into trouble when they argue over the finer points of doctrine and about the realization of an ideal.  No two people share the exact same vision or list of priorities and thinking about politics that way while useful for determining philosophy, is not so helpful in hitting the field.  To unite people, a basic common ground is needed that can bring people together for the shared interest of the defense of mutual interest.

We start with our 10 Commandments and we also end there.  These are the basic challenges we identified as a group that America faces, and we’re going to welcome people to join this effort on the clear basis and unquestioned understanding these principles will guide our effort.  If we build outward, it will only be in opposition to those who push ideas which clearly oppose the core beliefs and program, and that will be a much more productive model.

But beyond the politics, the National Right will place on emphasis on bringing people together.  So often, due to the nature and threats of political life, people cannot gather in comfort and camaraderie with people of common resolve.  Our hope is to change this, and to take a simple idea and build state, county, and local lodges where individuals and families who share these ideas will gather.  Not to discuss politics, but to know they are not alone and to build friendship and support to end our isolation and seclusion.

As this effort evolves, look for the Pine Lodge concept to grow, and it’s an opportunity for everyone who believes in the ideas and in America to build your own personal network.  You pick your associations, but take strength in knowing we can support one another.

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Direct Action Versus Elections

Most political movements express as their primary goal the effort to win elections to effectuate their policy ends.  While the National Right celebrates the election of all those who share our core beliefs, our understanding is shaped by a more realistic view of the political process and the understanding the American people do not own our politicians.

As example, think of various political movements we have seen in our lifetime.  One easy example which should be fresh in the mind is the Tea Party movement which sprung into office throughout Congress in 2010 and which promised a return to more Constitutional governance.  By 2012, the movement was so influential that Obama was re-elected, and the people who had been elected started looking elsewhere for financial support rather than in the grassroots movement which may have legitimately spawned their political careers.

Having been around politics for a while, it’s a recurring trend in both parties that the candidates learn quickly to invest in those permanent interests which always seek assistance from government, knowing they will be reliable donors election cycle after cycle.  Admittedly, the left does this more blatantly, but between the Chamber of Commerce and various defense contractors, it’s no accident Republican policy might pay lip service to small government and closed borders, but votes for cheap labor and the warfare state again and again.

Were we to invest ourselves too heavily in the electoral process, we would resign ourselves to being cheerleaders for our version of the losing team, the Republican Party.  Through the last few decades, they have proved their conservatism at best provides only a respite to the assault on our values and demography the left has launched to radically remake this country.  A nationalist response, firm and unyielding in support of our values is required, but due to a hostile media, we see the leadership of the party retreat again and again.

Their calculations are based upon pleasing the donor class and mollifying the corporate media which will not allow certain ideas to be expressed.  They run a constant campaign against white folk as means to legitimate the effort to legalize millions of invaders into Americans to change who votes and why, to ensure a permanent leftist majority.   They assault the traditional family and divide men and women into a supposed war against each other, seeking to deny traditional authority and the stability family provides against unjust governance.  They have no money to protect our citizens, but plenty enough for wars anywhere around the world and to sustain the banks who get rich off these conflicts.

A good member of the party overlooks these obvious failures as the cost of business.  Here on the National Right, we know we have made such excuses for too long and it has cost us our values, our institutions, and our very sense of self.  Instead, now we define who we are, take direct action to support those who help us and seek to remove those who oppress us, and count upon the will, passion, and integrity of our supporters to make the difference.

We are not a 50%+1 solution.  We do not believe in this bought and corrupted democracy, a pale shade of the republic which once wisely governed this land.  We are the 10% of people who are aware, awake, and willing to act.  Our future is for us to determine, but whatever happens, we commit to direct action as the guarantee that our values remain at the center of our movement, rather than fighting a retreating action against a triumphant left and their coalition of the ascendant.

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Coming Soon

The National Right website is currently under construction.  We look forward to launching soon.

Our effort is to unite the right behind the four core principles of responsibility, liberty, morality, and identity.  We fight for quality over quantity, for achievement over equality, and for creation versus stagnation.

If interested in learning more, contact