Racists, socialists, Marxists, and fascists red and yellow, black and white may want to hold onto their seats and secure their pews.
Writing at Frontpage magazine, Ben Johnson makes the case that "longtime neo-Nazi" James Wenneker Von Brunn "was . . . not . . . a . . . conservative."
Moreover, writes Johnson, the murder suspect "denounced the Christian faith as a dastardly Jewish conspiracy" and as a "'HOAX' invented by the Apostle Paul to 'DESTROY ROMAN CULTURE' from within by undermining its pagan virility." (Note: The CAPS above, as Johnson points out, "appear in the original.")
One does not mean to be redundant, but the stereotype-challenging information Johnson provides may also upset members of a) the Collaborationist Press and b) the Obama administration.
Why? Because, sadly and tyrannically, many of these folks are also "Christian-Haters."
They constitute an elitist, secularist axis of those who despise -- in contradistinction to the genius of the Founding Fathers and the Founding Vision -- the humane, liberating, and dictatorship-challenging application of Creator-rooted information and thoughtforms to the public square.
Their way, including the Obama way, is the end of America the free.
The end of their way opens the door to humanity and dignity under God again. That's what the Declaration and Constitution are all about.
According to the evidence, Von Brunn hates this. As does the Washington-Centric establishment.