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
We’ve reached the halfway point of 2021. After an unprecedented battle with an alleged pandemic, life is trending back to normal. The economy is surging, live concerts and sporting events have resumed, and the fourth felt like the 4th this summer. [Read more…] about Record Breaking Lap
There are two opposing camps when talk turns to mandatory vaccine passports. [Read more…] about Truth Theorist
The United States of America has been anything but united for the past fifteen years. But, there have been pockets of change amidst this pandemic that fill this narrator with hope. [Read more…] about The Beacon Nation
In December of 2019, the first stories broke about a new strain of virus ravaging mainland China. Videos of individuals falling flat on their faces leaked, dead as disco. Such imagery was only the beginning of the barrage of fear pumped into our veins. [Read more…] about Fear Always Leads to Compliance
For the third time this year, the city I call home has issued a lockdown order. This morning, to bring home the point, my tether, AKA cell phone, received an Emergency Stay At Home Order. An order; not mandated by law but bestowed upon me by the ever-reaching tentacles of fear-mongering Canadian Government officials. [Read more…] about Seeds of Change
I haven’t always been a gun advocate. If you were to call me anti-gun for much of the first half of my life, you would not get any objections from my end. It was not until halfway through my university stint that my attitudes towards firearms changed. [Read more…] about Research + Development
Control. Say the word aloud a few times, and think of the feelings that surface. Now do the same for the word power. Logically, for one to yield power, one must have control. And right now, in America, these two words go together like milk and cereal. [Read more…] about Control Shift Del
It was a good run. But, now, the show must go on. Donald J. Trump’s days in the White House are just about up, with Joe Biden set to take up residency later this week. The question to ask; was Trump any different than some of our past leaders? Or was he just another puppet concocted by the Elite? [Read more…] about Puppeteers
If you don’t think these are Orwellian times, think again. Earlier this week, a friend FaceTimed me with disheartening news. His wife’s family was visiting for an early holiday get together, four individuals outside of his nuclear family to be exact. An hour into the festivities and there was a knock at his front door. “Who is it?” [Read more…] about Oh, [Big] Brother!
The United Kingdom has started vaccinating citizens. We ourselves are said to be weeks away, so the time to be a dutiful, law-abiding member of society has finally arrived.
What if you are of sound mind and feel it is in your best interest to decline the vaccine when the State comes knocking? Are we not a nation whose central tenet is freedom? Should it not be our own decision assuming we are capable of deciding what is best for us? [Read more…] about Vaccine? Pass
So now what?
I wish I knew. But, one thing is becoming increasingly clear; dissent is on the menu, and I don’t foresee it being out of order for quite some time.
Something is rotten in Denmark when it comes to how things went down starting on Tuesday, November 3rd. If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, then what is it? [Read more…] about Patriot Games
And here we are. In less than twenty-four hours, the polls will open, and millions of Americans will have their say as to who the next President of the United States will be.
The past week or so, I have been delving into media coverage of this showdown, flipping between CNN’s coverage and Fox News. It is daunting at times, as the spin doctors and powers that be continue to weave agendas through the countless talking heads they hire to orate desired scripts. Narratives are pushed from both camps, and finding anything of substance is often a crapshoot. [Read more…] about Arm Yourselves. Things Are About To Get Wild.
My family emigrated to the West in hopes of starting a new life. A life where freedom was not only present but written into the Constitution by the country’s forefathers. This isn’t an isolated or unique experience. Millions of immigrants flee their homelands in search of the American Dream. But, it’s in these trying times when we must remember how truly fortunate we are to be sovereign citizens of the United States of America. [Read more…] about Don’t Be A Goat. Vote.
Today marks nineteen years to the day when everything changed; 9/11. I won’t get into my beliefs as to what occurred on our soil that day. I will not bore with details as to where I was that morning. It doesn’t change a thing, and more often than not, leads to contentious arguments with my inner circle. Right now, the world is gripped by uncertainty. An election is some fifty days away, and some states continue to suffocate their citizens with mandated lockdowns with no end in sight. Free advice; buy a gun. Seriously, buy two. [Read more…] about September 11th, 2001. Who Benefits?
Here’s the thing; I haven’t always been a gun advocate. After the school shooting at Columbine in 1999, I adopted the view most liberals still cling to; gun reform is necessary for our country, and long overdue. Then, during my senior year in college, something happened that altered my paradigm entirely.
I was out with fraternity brothers at a local bar celebrating the end of finals. There were eight of us drinking our problems away like countless Coeds before us. This night occurred in the early 2000s to give you a frame of reference. Nothing was out of the ordinary for the first few hours, but right around eleven, things went south and changed my lens forever.