Author: Fronima Perister

Perspective and Choice

Some years ago I saw an interview with someone whose name I didn’t bother to record. What I did take down was their statement. This is what was said: “The Nativity Scene, basically, is an insult to human nature. That we are all doomed and damned and deserving of eternal torment unless we bend our knees before this master in the Lord. What an insult that we are degraded, depraved, human beings. That Jesus created hell.” In the book of Luke chapter 2 verses 8-11 we are told, “In the same region there were some shepherds staying out in...

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Tradition, Honor and Barbarians

“We’ll fight for ole (town name here), fight to the end. When we’re together, we are sure to win. Rah! Rah! We’ll fight for ole (town name here), from goal to goal. Win or lose we love you, Maroon and Gold!!!” This fight song exemplifies what high school athletics were once about. The song was most commonly associated with football. It is about the team, the students and the community coming together to compete, cheer and support the students in all their various parts of the game. The cheerleaders and majorettes would dance their routine as the band would...

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Be Prepared, Not Afraid

“Be Prepared” is the motto of the Girl Scouts of the USA. While I understand that this organization is a shadow of its former self, this is an excellent motto for anyone to use as an individual, and especially for a Man of the West. With so many natural disasters happening in 2017, perhaps it is a good time to re-examine this “old fashioned” idea. There is a lot of derision directed at the “Prepper Community” in the Main Stream Media. When they did a series for TV, they found the people who talked about things like, space alien...

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Music from Our Past

Recently I attended a Big Band concert. For those who may be unfamiliar with this style of music, here is some information I gathered from InfoGalactic.com. A big band is a type of musical ensemble that originated in the United States and is associated with jazz and the Swing Era, typically consisting of percussion, brass, and woodwind instruments totaling approximately 12 to 25 musicians.With the advent of network radio in the mid-to late 1920s big bands became the predominant force in popular music. Initially their main provenance was in the ballrooms of large hotels where their sole purpose was...

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Love vs. Hate

General Patton is credited with saying, “A soldier doesn’t fight because he hates what is in front of him. He fights because he loves what is behind him.” I have seen a number of conversations on social media recently about the Trump presidency being one based on hate. The people who voted for Trump are being portrayed as being filled with hate. When the idea is presented that perhaps there was some other motivation for voters, it is waved away as invalid. The dismissal is based on the idea that those who did vote for Trump endorsed the others...

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Purpose and Mission

Men of The West seeks to clarify the issues of the day and build a community of like minded men who worship Jesus Christ. To unify them across Christendom to steel them against the barbarians who are either at the gates, or already inside them. We will celebrate, defend, and expand Western Civilization and the values and traditions that created it.

There is no substitute for victory.

We are the Hard Right.