Thomas E. Brewton
Thomas E. Brewton is a staff writer for the conservative New Media Alliance, parent organization for TheRealityCheck.org. Brewton writes The View From 1776 blog—"and focuses on battling the 'forces of the liberal-socialist jihad', particularly in our educational institutions" —which is a member of the MoveOff Network. He also blogs at Blogging Man 2007.
"Native of Louisiana; graduated from Louisiana State University in 1956. While there had the good fortune to study political science under Eric Voegelin and Constitutional law under Walter Berns," Brewton wrote in July 2006 for his Conservative Crusader bio.
"Graduated from the Harvard Business School in 1958, then worked in the Wall Street financial community for thirty years. After retiring, surrounded by liberals in Scarsdale, New York, began writing op-ed pieces for local newspapers and essays for my children, aiming to counter the barbarism of liberal-socialism. From this came my website, 'The View From 1776'," he wrote.
- Thomas E. Brewton, New Media Alliance.
By Thomas E. Brewton
- Archive of Op Eds at Publius Forum.
- Articles at Capitol Hill Coffee House.
- Articles at Intellectual Conservative.
- Articles at Newsbull.com.
- Articles at OpinioNet.
- Articles at The Conservative Voice.
- Articles at The Land of the Free.
Articles & Commentary
- Austin Cline, "Christmas Message from the ACLU," Blogsnark at About.com, December 25, 2004.
- Gavin Kennedy, "Smith and Judeo-Christian Religions," Adam Smith's Lost Legacy, April 21, 2005.
- R.J. Rummell, "What? Assassinate Saddam? Why Not Kim Jung Il?" Democratic Peace, September 4, 2005.
- intexile, "Response to Reactionary Blogger Thomas E. Brewton (Part I)" and "Response to Reactionary Blogger Thomas E. Brewton (Part II)," Industrial Workers of the World, January 8, 2006.
- Chrish, "First shots fired in war on Easter," News Hounds, March 24, 2006. Scroll down to section on Brewton's "The Wrath of God" in The Conservative Voice, March 23, 2006.
- "Irish Home Rule Causes 50 Years of British Misery," Irish KC, June 6, 2006.
- Sean Prophet, "Straw Men of Secularism," Black Sun Journal, July 28, 2006.