Think back to your childhood. If it was anything like mine, you surely recall an abundance of Made in China labels on various items.
Growing up in the 1980s, I often wondered why so many things I used daily were manufactured elsewhere. Like any child, I was curious and full of wonder.
It’s only now, in my fifth decade on this big ball, that I connect the dots to those happenings some forty years ago.
Once a country stops making things, it loses its strength and autonomy.
For years, we stood by idly while China manufactured and exported goods to our shores. Human beings are heuristic creatures. Most fail to see things longitudinally. We seek instant gratification and covet immediate gain. It is wired in our brains and an evolutionary byproduct.
Consequently, with life experience, our perspective on the past improves with a little bit of reflective consciousness. Though not entirely evident to my childhood eyes, we are in the Chinese century. [Read more…] about Why A War with China Looms AKA WW3
Now that midterm primaries have come and gone, what did the results yield and where do we stand as a nation?
Though the final results are not entirely clear, we do know the following:
Democrats fared far better than what polls indicated in the weeks leading up to November 8th. [Read more…] about How Midterm Results + Indications Played Out
The First Amendment protects freedom of speech, assembly, and the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Recently, Alex Jones, an American alt-right radio show host, was ordered to pay $965M for false claims about the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. [Read more…] about Censorship, please!
Every day, new crimes surface throughout the U.S.
Whether crime itself has spiked is debatable. What isn’t is how technology highlights previously unseen acts of violence. [Read more…] about Why Do People Own Guns
In Canada, controversy surrounds a teacher who has transitioned into a woman while working at a high school.
This isn’t your typical gender reconfiguration. [Read more…] about Wokeism Gone Too Far or the Right to Self-Identify?
For anyone living under a rock, Canada experienced tragedy this Labor Day weekend when two men went on a killing spree in Saskatchewan.
When the dust settled, 10 people were murdered, 18 injured, and an entire country shaken. [Read more…] about Tragedy in Saskatchewan
Contrary to how the mainstream media depicts gun owners, individuals of all backgrounds possess firearms in the United States.
One trip through wokeist social media pages like Twitter or Meta, and it’s clear there is a war on gun owners. [Read more…] about Why Owning a Gun is Vital
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?
Brace yourself; things are about to get bleak. Really bleak.
A known confidante who worked for the Canadian Government informed me that come November, the lockdown of all lockdowns awaits Canadians.
According to “Sam”, the monkeypox virus has crossed. Translation; it is no longer a virus singular to homosexuals. [Read more…] about November Lockdown
Summer in the Midwest has always meant more. There’s something about impermanent good weather that makes it cherished for those forced to brave the four seasons.
Living in Southern Ontario is comparable to the Midwest. Winters are long, Springs overcast, Summers sweltering and fleeting.
As with most metropolitan cities, hot weather seems to enhance violent and criminal tendencies. [Read more…] about Witness A Crime and Do Nothing [Without a CCW]
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
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
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