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:

John Taylor, a common sentinel devoted to awakening an army

Mar 13, 2019 — Lee Cary

John Taylor, a common sentinel devoted to awakening an armyJohn Taylor of Caroline County, Virginia (b. 1753) is not among the Pantheon of American Founders, but he merits remembering.

Multiple exchanges of correspondence between Taylor and George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison are found in their Papers. Scholarly books by Garrett Sheldon and C. William Hill, Jr., document Taylor’s role in early American political history.

In his 70 years, Taylor was many things: a lawyer who graduated from William and Mary College in 1770; a Colonel of Calvary in the American Army during the Revolutionary War; a farmer and published agriculturalist; a politician serving on-and-off in the U.S. Senate representing Virginia; a lifelong reader that included Aristotle, Cicero, Machiavelli; a husband and father of three. Somehow, amongst all that, he found time to write.


James Madison on dysfunctional government

Mar 10, 2019 — Lee Cary

James Madison on dysfunctional governmentThere are seriously negative consequences to America as a result of the tabloidization of the erratic and bizarre behavior of America’s ruling class—elected and unelected—that navigate in, over, and around the D.C. Swamp.

The man often called The Father of the U.S. Constitution foresaw the worst of those consequences as “the mischievous effects of a mutable government.” He imagined several of those effects in Federalist Paper No. 62 as, like very few other among the nation’s pantheon of Founders, he peered over the horizon into what could go wrong in the new Republic.


If we can keep it: A trilogy of warnings from three of America’s founders

Mar 8, 2019 — Lee Cary

If we can keep it: A trilogy of warnings from three of America's founderThree leading members of the pantheon of America’s founders warned us of what lay ahead: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. 

Washington was a wily fox in combat. He had a unique ability—gained from years of exploring and surveying the land—to see the battlefield from above and adjust his field position when necessary. Sometimes just in time. He stayed with his army throughout the Revolutionary War. The monument to him in Washington, D.C. is not tall enough.


Declining liberal Protestant churches are soft targets for hostile takeovers

Feb 14, 2019 — Lee Cary

Declining liberal Protestant churches are soft targets for hostile takeoversThe United Methodist Church may soon become the last of the more liberal “Seven Sisters” of Protestantism in America to fully align with a progressive worldview.

In late February, lay and clergy delegates from the second largest Protestant denomination in the U.S., along with United Methodist Church (UMC) delegations from several other nations, will decide whether or not to yield to an LGBTQ hostile takeover.


LGBTQ activists use leftist tactics to split a church

Oct 25, 2018 — Lee Cary

LGBTQ activists use leftist tactics to split a church
Activists within the United Methodist Church (UMC), America’s second largest Protestant denomination, are using the tactics of the American political Left to leverage a major change in their church.

Those tactics include using: (A.) labels as propaganda; (B.) protest demonstrations as theatre; and, (C.) escalating defiance to test boundaries.

First, here’s the basis of the conflict.


A looming sense of foreboding in America

Oct 19, 2018 — Lee Cary

A looming sense of foreboding in America
In his response to the cascade of last-minute accusations of sexual misconduct directed at him, Judge Brett Kavanaugh said:

“I understand the passions of the moment. But I would say to those senators, ‘Your words have meaning.’ Millions of Americans listened carefully to you. Given comments like those, is it any surprise that people have been willing to do anything, to make any physical threat against my family, to send any violent email to my wife? To make any kind of allegation against me and against my friends? To blow me up and take me down? (He then said) “You sowed the wind. For decades to come, I fear the whole country will reap the whirlwind.”


To choose whether or not to continue the 2016 American Voter Revolt

Oct 18, 2018 — Lee Cary

To choose whether or not to continue the 2016 American Voter Revolt
If you’ve voted in several Presidential elections in America, you may have, at some time, felt unenthusiastic about choosing between the political version of Tweddle Dee and Dweddle Dum of Alice and Wonderland fame.

You had cause to feel that way. It wasn’t your fault.

Had you come of voting age in 1904, you not only would be dead now, you would have, throughout your life, missed the opportunity to choose between Presidential candidates representing two, distinct, major, political parties.


It’s time to investigate Dr. Ford

Oct 10, 2018 — Lee Cary

It’s time to investigate Dr. Ford
The circus is now closed for business.  Kavanaugh is confirmed.

It’s time to strike the tents. Cage the animals. Wipe off the clowns’ makeup.  Hitch up the trailers and move on to the next town.

It’s also time to judge the circus.


Time is running out for Hollywood’s political pundits

Oct 5, 2018 — Lee Cary

Time is running out for Hollywood’s political pundits
The shelf life of Hollywood stars who lobby in support of liberal memes is running out. 

Unfortunately for them, but fortunately for us, the future is headed toward a CGI end.

CGI isn’t a deadly disease. But it will eliminate more than a few careers in the film industry.


Democrats meddle in elections again with the Kavanaugh Ambush

Oct 1, 2018 — Lee Cary

Democrats meddle in elections again with the Kavanaugh Ambush
The plan was implemented after the election of Donald Trump, along with The Resistance.

No telling where it was born. Maybe among a working group of senior staff representing key Democrat Senators, along with social justice warriors representing funding sources.


Christopher Steele, MI6, and the Trump Dossier—Update

Sep 23, 2018 — Lee Cary

Devin Nunes
Back on February 23, 2018, the CFP posted an article entitled “Christopher Steele, MI6, and the Trump Dossier.”

The post closed as follows:

“Today, the public narrative of Christopher Steele’s association with the Trump Dossier reads like this:


Trump threatens the Deep State’s existence

Sep 20, 2018 — Lee Cary

Trump threatens the Deep State’s existence
America’s First Battle Against the Deep State

Long before the days of the Confessing Church (Bekennende Kirche) in 1930s Germany, led by a relatively small group of German Protestant clergy including the martyred Dietrich Bonhoeffer, resisted Adolph Hitler’s efforts to make the church a propaganda arm of National Socialism, there were The Black Robes in pre-1776 New England.


When it ends, where will all the hate go?

Sep 17, 2018 — Lee Cary

When it ends, where will all the hate go?
America’s weariness with the Mueller Investigation grows daily.

Sooner or later, though, the saga will end.

Then what?  Where will all the Left’s accumulated hatred go?

Will it dissipate? Evaporate? And fade away?


Did Eric Holder collude with the “Chicago Outfit” for $300K?

Sep 8, 2018 — Lee Cary

Did Eric Holder collude with the Chicago Outfit for $300K?
THE SETTING: When an Illinois casino license became available in the late 1990s, it triggered fierce competition between several cities, all eager to be chosen for the very-profitable, highly-coveted enterprise that is legitimate, big gambling in the Land of Lincoln.


Why Rod Blagojevich will be home for Christmas

Aug 25, 2018 — Lee Cary

Why Rod Blagojevich will be home for Christmas
President Trump will commute former Illinois Governor Rod “Blago” Blagojevich’s prison sentence in time for Blago to be home for Christmas, after 6-plus years in the Federal Correctional Institution at Englewood, Colorado.

When it happens, the reaction from the two major newspapers in Chicago is predictable. The Chicago Tribune and the Sun Times, but particularly the “Trib,” will be apoplectic. Hints to that response have surfaced.


Dallas Mayor Pro Tem who led assault on Confederate Monuments pleads guilty to corruption

Aug 11, 2018 — Lee Cary

Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway will plead guilty to federal corruption charges
On Thursday, August 9, 2018, the member of the Dallas City Council who, second only to Mayor Mike Rawlings, promoted the effort to remove the statue of General Robert E. Lee from a city park pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy, wire fraud and tax evasion.  According to Dallas News:


Did DiFi collude with China for 20 years?

Aug 11, 2018 — Lee Cary

Did DiFi collude with China for 20 years?
The first cousin of Fake News is Ignored News.

Ignored News happens when the liberal media suppresses—in part or in full—a story that’s unfavorable to a Democrat politician, political operative, or politically active celebrity in the entertainment, educational or business venues.

Ignored News has no competition because it’s, well, largely ignored. Or, if it’s distributed, it’s only “up” for a short time on a secondary news platform.


Trump and the infallible unassailable “intelligence community”

Jul 23, 2018 — Lee Cary

Trump and the infallible unassailable intelligence community
On July 19, 2018, the New York Times ran an op-ed by Will Hurd, the sitting Republican Congressman representing the 23rd District of Texas.

It was entitled “Trump Is Being Manipulated by Putin. What Should We Do?”


REPEAT: Trump should fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions

May 19, 2018 — Lee Cary

REPEAT: Trump should fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions
It’s been ten months since an article entitled “Trump should fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions” was posted here

A Google search for an earlier call for Sessions’ firing may have appeared elsewhere, but, if so, it’s hard to find.

Ten months ago, the case for replacing Sessions included these words:


The Narrative Arc of Resistance to Trump

May 1, 2018 — Lee Cary

The Narrative Arc of Resistance to Trump
Victor Davis Hansen’s recent article in National Review was entitled, “The Double Standard of the Mueller Investigation.”

The first line read, “The country is about to witness an investigatory train wreck.”

The last line read, “A reckoning is near.”