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The Death of Essential Liberty at the Hands of Contemporary “Crisis Culture”

I want to bring attention to some of the parallels that are becoming painfully obvious when assessing societal consequences that arose from 9/11 and the recent corona virus. I’m not going to go into the origins of these events for the sake of this argument because the origin is not relevant here. My intent here […]

Mainstream Media = Societal Posion

It has happened, the media has become fully weaponized.  Most people refer back to 2008 as the year media really started to become dangerous, as this was the year of the 2008 Obama campaign.  The media ignored Obama ties to Bill Ayers, his affinity for Saul Alinksy, and the fact that Frank Marshall Davis, self-professed, […]

COVID-19, Precedent, and Slippery Slopes

      I have been watching the chaos ensue since this COVID-19 charade has completely shut down our country. Our economy has come to a screeching halt as the government is doing what it does best, telling the people what to do and using the law to do it. However, there is one difference […]

Bill of Rights of the US Constitution: Promise Made, Promise Kept

The first ten amendments to the US Constitution are known collectively as the Bill of Rights. These amendments limit the power of the federal government. By virtue of the 14th Amendment, most government restrictions in the Bill of Rights apply to the states as well. The Constitution was a grant of power to the central […]