Some purchase guns for protection and others own them for sport.
Whichever side one ascribes to, one truth is imminent; the round-up and ban of assault rifles by big government. [Read more…] about Take My Gun, Then Take My Freedom
Owning a firearm is a big responsibility. Contrary to how the media depicts gun owners, most are reasonable, law-abiding members of society.
They are well versed in a bevy of topics surrounding firearms.
Nonetheless, brandishing is one issue that is ambiguous for even the most seasoned of gun owners. [Read more…] about Dishing On Brandishing
Is anyone watching the news of late? I am not speaking of the Russian Ukraine conflict that has pounded the airwaves for two months.
Instead of the mainstream media accounts of what is salient, digest alternative media sources and stories of Shanghai will assault your senses. [Read more…] about Shang-Die
I wasn’t born a gun enthusiast. My views and attitudes about firearms throughout my twenties were leftist.
I credit this to growing up in Canada. My socialization from elementary school right through university was the epitome of liberal.
My beliefs shifted soon after the bullshit in Iraq unfolded.
Until then, I was naive enough to believe in D.C. and those sworn into public office. [Read more…] about Gun Owner Bias
The drumbeats of war are upon us.
Three weeks ago, Russia invaded neighbouring Ukraine. Within forty-eight hours, the entire world rallied around Ukraine and demanded action from the free world.
Profile photos on varying social media platforms turned yellow and blue in solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
Many of these champions of justice can’t even find Ukraine on a map.
Welcome to 2022. [Read more…] about Russia v Ukraine; the Market Loses
For the past several months, the idea of travelling outside of Canada has run through my mind.
Times have been tough on all of us.
With growing frustration surrounding the seemingly never-ending lockdowns in Canada, I booked a direct flight out of Pearson Airport for Las Vegas, Nevada, affectionately eluded to as “Lost Wages” by my wise-cracking flight attendant. [Read more…] about A Canadian Travels to Vegas and Observes the Following…
Since the outset of the pandemic, Canadians have proved to be far too compliant. As a result, many freedoms and civil liberties have suffered.
With democracy waning and a Prime Minister pushing non-stop mandates, Canadians are finally deciding to fight back. [Read more…] about The Freedom Convoy
Novak Djokovic, tennis’ best player, cited a medical exemption in hopes of competing at this year’s Australian Open. [Read more…] about Novak Djokovic – Villain or Hero?
It happened. After twenty months, I contracted the novel Coronavirus.
The following is an honest, blow-by-blow account of how I was affected.
All biases and political leanings are gone. [Read more…] about How Having Covid-19 Feels [And What To Do About It]
With 2021 winding down, let’s take a look back at some of the events that shaped us this past year.
January 6th will live on in the psyches of Americans.
Tens of thousands of patriots marched on The Capitol, supporters of incumbent President Donald J. Trump. [Read more…] about The Year in Review
They told us we needed to be responsible, to comply for two weeks to flatten the curve. We didn’t think much at first.
A pandemic was an occurrence most of our parents had zero experience with, let alone us.
Unprecedented times call for extreme measures. Sure, we’ll play ball. [Read more…] about Omicron = Moronic
If you want a portal into the person I am, one immutable finding is my love for family. A tremendous amount of my identity comes from the lifelong interpersonal relationships I possess.
I do not believe this makes me unique or singular; I would like to tell of a recent occurrence that has me fuming. [Read more…] about The Law is Your Superpower
I pull up in my red sedan. From the outside, things look like they always have.
It’s a beautiful autumn day in Southern Ontario, about the same as most places you’d find in the Midwest.
But, as soon as I limp through the double doors of one of the busier Starbucks in Toronto, Canada, I find I’m in the Mecca of Clownword. [Read more…] about Vaxxports Are Reality Checks
Double-vaxxed as of the weekend and damn near had a panic attack the first night. Compounding my dread and anxiety was an escapable feeling of apathy for my life and the world at large. -Unknown American [Read more…] about Booster Juice Anyone?
Day in, day out, we are inundated with messaging designed to keep us apart. Spotlights are shined on our perceived differences: political affiliation, class, race, gender, or religion. [Read more…] about The Death of a Nation
With vaccine passports a certainty shortly, this past week I found myself at a local pharmacy getting my first dose of Pfizer.
I withheld this occurrence as long as I could, and though disappointed for caving, my sphere of thinking was as follows: end it cheaply before military boots on the ground bring you to the same place months from now. [Read more…] about [Mandatory] Vaccine Passports
Twenty years. Two decades. September 11th, 2001, forever etched in our minds as 9/11. The events on that day are the Pearl Harbor of my generation, and the more time passes, the more obvious it becomes that the parties behind the atrocious attacks were not as depicted by mainstream media. [Read more…] about Our Very Own Reishtag
The torrid coverage by various media outlets of the Taliban taking power in Afghanistan leads to a predictable outcome; military intervention. [Read more…] about Who’s Ready For War?
The division of our nation continues, this time the issue being that of Vaccination. It’s a hot button issue, and the more they bombard this topic on various airwaves, the more likely it seems this has been the true motive behind the coronavirus pandemic all along. [Read more…] about Division Yields Control
Something is brewing. Mass media and big tech leave breadcrumbs through the stories they push over the airwaves. Our job; sift through the disinformation to gauge what diabolic scheme is headed down the pipeline next. [Read more…] about Breadcrumbs