SPEAKING

Erik has had the honor of speaking at colleges, universities, churches, business groups, political groups and conferences. Each year, he speaks to various diverse audiences, and would love to speak to your group or at your event. Below you will find more information about his topics and how to arrange a speaking engagement.

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Topics

Ethnic Issues (Race and race politics)
Business and the economy (Erik holds a Bachelors in Business from Liberty University)
The “Culture War”
InterNational Socialism
Tactics of Socialists in America
The Threat of Islam
Religious Issues
First Amendment Issues (i.e., its bastardization by special interest groups)
Second Amendment Issues
Foreign Policy
Natural Law, Common Law, and the Constitution
Immigration
Health Care
Taxation and Regulation
Criminal Justice Issues

Family and Marriage Issues

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Why NOT Ted Cruz?

In the midst of the crisis over whether or not the U.S. would execute a military strike against Syria being turned down to simmer, and the impending implementation of Obamacare and threat of a government shutdown, there was one person possessed of a calm voice of reason. Quietly focused on the..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Government

Obama and Islam: A poisonous synergy

I don’t particularly enjoy being the bearer of bad news. In addition to reticence toward being a wet blanket or bringing people down, there is always the component in human nature that wants to kill the messenger, so to speak, in reaction to bad news.

People do not like to admit they’ve..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Obama

Aaron Alexis: Madman or race warrior?

The shooting spree executed by Aaron Alexis at the Washington, D.C., Naval Yard on Sept. 16 has given rise to a dizzying host of questions. Among them are those of Alexis’ questionable mental capacity, the Navy’s failure to take precautions despite having been warned of his alleged..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Racism

Obama guilty of treason?

Providing aid and comfort to the enemy in wartime, whomever commits such an act, is a treasonable offense. When one gets past the nuances of what constitutes aid, wartime and who qualifies as the enemy, having established that such an act has been perpetrated, the individual or individuals..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Tyranny

Why the haste in hitting Syria?

As I mentioned on my streaming news show (“FULL-CONTACT With Erik Rush LIVE!”) earlier this week, the political landscape is looking more surreal every day. Like a cross between a low-budget science fiction film and the cartoonist’s conception of a bad acid trip, the incongruity..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Tyranny

Obama: America’s god-emperor

Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, also known as Caligula, was the emperor of Rome from A.D. 37 to 41. It is generally accepted by historians that he probably murdered Tiberius, his predecessor, and also killed off his cousin, whom Tiberius had appointed co-ruler with Caligula upon his..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Obama

Heightening racial tension: Just part of his plan

It’s reaching near-epidemic proportions, but the press is still failing to report on the uptick in black-on-white crime in America. Some will be familiar with the accounts of violent black-on-white crime reported by WND of late, several of which have been incredibly brutal and gruesome.

Last..

Posted by Erik Rush in Racism

The lies that bind: Obama’s race strategy

As many readers of this space are aware, I am in complete agreement with my esteemed colleague Mychal Massie, who asserted this week that it is time to admit President Obama is a communist. He went on to explain why, in keeping with Obama’s Alinskyite plan of action, it is imperative..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Racism

Why do we celebrate inferior, foreign cultures?

America’s history is one of having absorbed some of the best of culture from around the globe, while having eschewed some of the more disagreeable aspects of societies from which she adapted these cultural components. The result has been a synergy that resulted in a powerful and unique product,..

Posted by Erik Rush

What did the Benghazi survivors see?

Now that Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., has revealed that survivors of last year’s deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya, were compelled to sign non-disclosure agreements that prevent them from talking about the attack, the questions are clear: What did the survivors see, and what was the Obama..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Obama