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:

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.

Tom Brokaw’s Glass House

Nov 25, 2007 — Lee Cary

The newspaper industry got a cold dose of impending reality from former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw, in comments he made at a promotion of his recent book.  Concerning the Washington Post, he said, “It’ll be probably digital 10 years from now.”  Digital as in paperless. Why would he say that?

The next big MSM storyline

Nov 22, 2007 — Lee Cary

Mark your calendars. The next big MSM storyline on the Democratic candidates surfaced this week and awaits embellishment in the days leading up to the Iowa Caucasus.  Barak Obama, the Dragon Slayer, is the front-runner in Iowa.

Debate Lost the Debate

Nov 18, 2007 — Lee Cary

The Las Vegas Democratic Debate began with the fanfare of an NBA game.  The players individually took the court to the cheers of their fan groups in attendance. Wolf Blitzer allowed a paparazzi moment for team photos while he briefed us on his role as enforcer of the rule that answers must be related to questions—a job he performed with the adeptness of a WWF referee.

Obama’s Card Trumps Clinton’s

Nov 15, 2007 — Lee Cary

Both Hillary Clinton and Barak Obama have played their respective cards from the deck of protected classes under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964—gender and race.

NYC Chinatown Donorgate Under-Covered

Nov 2, 2007 — Lee Cary

To date, here’s how major newspapers have covered the NYC Chinatown Donorgate story:

October 19: The Los Angeles Times reported that the Clinton campaign received $380,000 from poor Chinese living in largely ethnic New York City neighborhoods—one is heavily populated by “recent immigrants from Fujian Province.” One-third of 150 donors could not be located; many gave false addresses. Other donors found and interviewed gave varying motives for their contributions. “Many said they gave to Clinton because they were instructed to do so by local association leaders.” Some cited an interest in immigration issues. One donor was proud to have had his picture taken with Mrs. Clinton—he sent it home to China.