Lee Cary

Since November 2007, Lee Cary has written hundreds of articles for several websites including the American Thinker, and Breitbart’s Big Journalism and Big Government (as “Archy Cary”). His work has been quoted on national television (Sean Hannity) and on nationally syndicated radio (Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin). He is quoted in Jerome Corsi’s book “The Obama Nation,” in Mark Levin’s “Liberty and Tyranny.” His pieces have posted on the Drudge Report and on the website Real Clear Politics. Cary holds a B.S. in Economics from Northern Illinois University, and a Masters and a Doctorate in Theology from the Methodist seminary at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. He served in Vietnam with the U.S. Army in Military Intelligence. Cary lives in Texas.

Most Recent Articles by Lee Cary:

Answering Trump’s question: “Where does it stop?”

Aug 20, 2017 — Lee Cary

In a recent press conference held in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York City, President Trump asked the gathered reporters, rhetorically, “Where does it stop?”

“It” is the attack on monuments.


The only sure answer to Trump’s question is that it stops when protest reaches the point of diminishing - on the cusp of negative—returns to the protesters.

How far might things go before reaching that point?

The Left’s War on Confederate Monuments

Aug 15, 2017 — Lee Cary

The American Left has declared war on Confederate monuments.

Not just Southern military leaders – most notably General Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia – but even the bronze statue known as “Old Joe” in a “memorial to men of the Gainesville [Florida] area who lost their lives in the Civil War.”  Old Joe is being evicted from where he’s stood, motionless, outside the Alachua County Administrative Building, since 1904.

The metallic history of the Confederate States of America (1861-1865) is being erased from parks, courthouses, and campuses across the nation. Can the book banning and burning be far behind?

Well, if this is how it is to be, let’s take a page from Saul Alinsky’s book, “Rules for Radicals” – specifically his Rule #4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.” 

And, let’s start with The Southern Manifesto of 1956.  

U.S. Department of Justice and the D.C. Swamp

Aug 11, 2017 — Lee Cary

As an enabler of the D.C. Swamp, the U.S. Department of Justice must be drained first, if freedom is to survive in America.

According to a Department of Justice (DoJ) website, a “somewhat enigmatic Latin motto” appears on the official seal of the department: Qui Pro Domina Justitia Sequitur.  Its history, like the history of the seal itself, is unclear.

Washington Post copies Operation Garbo

Aug 9, 2017 — Lee Cary

Juan Pujol Garcia does not write for the Washington Post. He once had the talent to, but he died in 1988, at age 76—a decorated hero of World War II.

Garcia’s code name within British Security Service MI5 was “Garbo.” Garbo was a Spanish citizen whose hatred of the European Communist and Fascist regimes of his time motivated him to volunteer, in 1939, to become a spy for the British.

He had no experience in the espionage business. What he did have, though, was a vivid imagination.

While he worked for MI5, his code name within German Intelligence was “Alaric.” After most of the German spies in Britain were compromised early in the war, Garbo emerged as Abwehr’s most reliable and trusted source of intelligence. Eventually, the German High Command decorated him with the Iron Cross.

Dunkirk and the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign

Aug 2, 2017 — Lee Cary

The currently-running 2017 movie version of the World War II events surrounding Dunkirk did not address how Allied forces ended up surrounded by the Germans in late May 1940.

Here’s one explanation: Britain and France expected a static war with Germany patterned after World War I, but Germany’s army was mobile and flexible. Two different sets of war rules were at play.

The soldiers who were heroically, some would say miraculously, rescued from the beaches by small, civilian craft were the victims of outdated strategies and tactics.
There’s a parallel between the Battle of Dunkirk and the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign.

America’s two-party political system is dying

Jul 29, 2017 — Lee Cary

The failure of the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate to repeal ObamaCare signals that both major political parties have accepted the central role of the federal government in controlling the American healthcare industry.

A similar seminal moment came, in 2012, with regard to federal fiscal and monetary policies, when the former Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan, David A. Stockman, wrote:

Trump should fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Jul 21, 2017 — Lee Cary

Swamp draining is not genteel work. And Jeff Sessions, the consummate gentlemen, has not yet displayed the grit required for that work.

As Senator Sessions from Alabama, he was a model of decorum, dignity and collegial demeanor in the U.S. Senate.  He was, and remains, loyal to his state, to his family, and to his oath of office—a good and honorable man.

His confirmation hearing—when friends and former colleagues from across the aisle directly, or indirectly, accused him of being a racist—should have been his wake-up call that political life inside the Trump administration would bring confrontations with ravenous D.C. Swamp creatures. But, if he took that wake-up call, he does not appear to have taken it to heart.

America’s Real News is in the Numbers

Jul 13, 2017 — Lee Cary

Ignorance of basic economic principles in most American newsrooms contributes to the scarcity of real news today.

A wise and worldly friend recently asked, “Where is the news today?” A hard question.

It’s easier to answer where news isn’t. It’s seldom found on televisions, radio, or in print.

Real news is recoverable from the internet—that is, for the surfer who rides select sites. 

But most of us don’t have the time, or inclination, to ferret out and validate real news. So we search the most readily available sources which—like cheap, fast food—offer the advantage of quick accessibility.  It may not be good for us, but it’s filling.

Remember the Pueblo and Sink Her

Jul 11, 2017 — Lee Cary

January 23, 2018 will bring the 50th Anniversary of the seizure of the USS Pueblo by North Korea.

Many, perhaps most, Americans have forgotten the U.S. Navy ship that, today, sits on display, moored along the Potong River at a dock near Pyongyang, as a tourist attraction in North Korea’s Victorious War Museum.

The small ship was commissioned on April 7, 1945—the same day the U.S. Navy sunk the huge Japanese battleship Yamato.

The Pueblo is 177 ft. long, 32 feet wide, and draws 9 ft. of water. Her top speed: 12.7 knots.

Denny Hastert and the D.C. Swamp

Jun 20, 2017 — Lee Cary

Since Donald Trump introduced “The Swamp,” it’ become American slang for the corrupt and secretive underbelly of the Washington, D.C. Deep State.

One Swamp secret is the whole truth of Denny Hastert’ life as a pederast. And, we are unlikely to ever know it—the whole truth. 

John Dennis Hastert (DOB: January 2, 1942) quit his high school teaching and coaching position in Yorkville, Illinois, held from 1965-1981, to become a politician. Eventually, from 1999-2007, he was the longest-serving Republican Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives in American history.

His story will end with the unstated assumption that, after being a practicing pederast from at least 1968-1981, Hastert abandoned his deviant sexual proclivities and focused on becoming an honest and loyal servant of the people of his state and nation.

Special Counsel Tag Team, James Comey and Robert Mueller

Jun 12, 2017 — Lee Cary

Former U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) Directors James Comey and Robert Mueller have a tag-team history in the arena of Special Prosecutor-led investigations. Their past performance in that venue was duplicitous.

Comey and Mueller teamed up in a 2003-2007 bout held in the Plamegate arena. Back then, Mueller was Director of the F.B.I. and Comey was U.S. Acting Attorney General.

Comey-Mueller Tag Team in the Plamegate 2003-2007

On December 30, 2003, Comey appointed his close friend, then U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, as Special Counsel to find who leaked Valerie Plame’s identity, as an employee of the Central Intelligence Agency, to now-deceased Washington D.C. columnist Robert Novak.

America’s First Revolution against a Deep State

May 26, 2017 — Lee Cary

It happened in 1776 – America’s first revolution against a Deep State. 

President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to “Drain the Swamp,” if fulfilled, will bring a second revolution against a Deep State.

The first Deep State in America was foreign born in 18th Century England. It impacted the Colonies through the Crown’s operatives and emissaries, some American born – some British. 

Today’s American Deep State is born and bred in the United States. We Americans own it -  it’s ours free-and-clear.

Joe Biden’s Dated Notion of Crisis

Oct 21, 2008 — Lee Cary

Last Sunday, when Joe Biden predicted that a President Obama would soon be tested by one of our enemies he displayed dated crisis management notions.

General Powell & The Long Patrol

Oct 19, 2008 — Lee Cary

Today on NBC’s Meet the Press, Colin Powell endorsed Barack Obama and walked off his long patrol with the political party that made his career.

Memo to the McCain Campaign

Oct 3, 2008 — Lee Cary

imageYour mission is to recapture the initiative within a week by changing tactics. What you’re doing isn’t working. You need a surge, and soon.

So how do you do that?

Run new ads? Folks are weary of ads. That won’t help.

Hold press conferences to state positions?  The old big media won’t cover them.  You’ll be talking into a vacuum.

Wait for the next debate? Forget about it. By then, the election will be essentially over and your candidate the loser.

Somehow you have to make news that can’t be ignored by those who want you to lose. Consider this.