Mark your calendars; November, 8th, 2022.
Not since the Presidential race of 2016 between Trump and Clinton has there been a more anticipated election.
Republicans are still fuming over the events of November 2020, while Joe Biden isn’t making things easy for Democrats throughout the Union.
It’s a battle for The Hill. Early numbers suggest a red wave next month. [Read more…] about Midterms Are Here!
Remnants of the coronavirus permeate my city daily.
Walk outdoors, and you’ll still see individuals moving about in face diapers.
The other day I even witnessed a woman in jogging attire race through urban streets with a surgeon’s mask on. Laughable? Perhaps.
But, this is the state of the world in 2022. [Read more…] about Joe vs The Don, Part II?
The dog days of summer are in full swing. Major League Baseball recently wrapped their annual All-Star game, the days are long and sweltering, and patio season is hopping.
For the first time in ages, things look normal.
Unfortunately, this optimism will soon unravel like a ball of yarn. The proverbial calm before the storm. [Read more…] about The Summer Lull
The Supreme Court has repealed Roe v Wade, effectively removing a Woman’s Constitutional Right to an abortion within the U.S.
In essence, the Court has left the issue up to individual states. [Read more…] about Pro-Life v Pro-Choice
The following article will focus on mass shootings in American schools and how best to deter them.
Any human with a heart was undoubtedly shocked by what transpired at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24th, 2022.
Nineteen students and two teachers were murdered in cold blood. [Read more…] about In The Wake of Uvalde, What Should We Do?
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
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
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
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
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
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
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!