Articles by Ray McCoy


nline predators have used the same web software as Wikipedia and Wikifan sites to design what they describe as a place to record “our history and our culture” for men attracted to boys, or as they are called by everyone else: pederasts. The site’s administrators are connected to the Free Spirits Council, an international network […]

Shielding the Chief in Turbulent Times

s many American cities endured protests, rioting, and looting in recent weeks, the White House was not immune from the phenomenon. In the recent violence, more than 50 U.S. Secret Service (USSS) personnel were injured. While known primarily for their dapperly dressed Personal Protective Detail agents, much of the agency is composed of Uniformed Division […]

Insert More Bills to Expunge Guilt

very gold rush needs someone to sell hammers and pans, and the Black Lives Matter (henceforth, $BLM) money grab is no different. A quick glance at “Google Shop” shows that you can buy an official 3’ by 5’ $BLM flag for $55 at the organization’s website—the perfect gift for the dad you hate because Robin […]

The Cancel Coven of the SPLC Gets New Life

s the world emerges from a three-month lockdown, racial unrest has broken out again as a result of the killings of black Americans George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. While the nation is polarized, the reaction of corporate America and the media has been to carefully cull society and culture of any person or image that […]

BLM: Blood, Lies, Money

hen its name is mentioned on the small screen or featured by the established media, the Black Lives Matter movement is treated as a populist uprising of black youth and their allies against the merciless boot of police repression. But there are organizations, many of them in fact, that are collecting money on behalf of […]

The Venezuelan Collusion of
Danny Glover

uch has been made of the alleged (and now disproven) “Russian collusion” of Donald Trump campaign associates Paul Manafort, Carter Page, and George Papadopoulos during the 2016 election. We now know that, of those investigated, none had direct ties to Russia (Manafort’s were to pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych of Ukraine), and the prosecution of former […]

Protecting the Official Myth of Matthew Shepard

n the night of October 6, 1998, the robbery and beating of a University of Wyoming student named Matthew Shepard put a microscope on the quiet college community of Laramie, Wyoming. Shepard, small and fragile in build and openly gay, had been found by a mountain biker tied to a fence “like a Halloween scarecrow.”  […]

The Sour Revolution of Bernie Sanders

ruly transformative social movements usually complete cycles. They start with a crisis, build momentum, organize, gain power, and then institutionalize. The French Revolution combined intellectuals, peasants, and convicts into a force that the mighty King Louis XVI and his professional army could not stop. Their effort culminated with the king’s execution on the guillotine in […]

The Big Red Fake News Machine

n the late 1990s, Latin America underwent a seismic shift away from its northern neighbor as a result of the domineering and interventionist policies of successive U.S. administrations dating back to the 19th century. This led to the 1998 election of Hugo Chávez Frias as president of Venezuela, and a chain reaction of similar governments […]

Jeepers Veepers!

rior to gaining national notoriety as California’s junior U.S. senator, Kamala Harris was widely considered a rising star in the Democratic Party. She spoke at the Democratic National Convention in 2012 as her state’s attorney general, entering to the tune of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin.’” Just as Barack Obama had been eight years earlier, Harris […]

The Coming American Autumn?

uch to my chagrin, a relative of mine in 2017 took her young children to her local Women’s March and proudly proclaimed “This is what democracy looks like!” as legions of feminists and others protested the inauguration of Donald Trump. After three years of similar protests, special counsel investigations, government shutdowns and impeachment she hasn’t […]

The Comfortable Trap
of a Good Law

President Trump on December 11 signed an executive order extending protections to Jewish American citizens as a newly defined national origin group under Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The law has six sections relating to discrimination against persons on the basis of “race, color, or national origin” for federally funded programs, and […]