I cry for the soul of a nation once free. Trapped by their own, deceptive lucidity. No longer knowing what’s right or wrong, blindly singing their own chosen song. For freedom to endure, we must stick to truth. Induced in a trance, we’ve become so obtuse. Can’t see how freedom’s been swept away, now conditioned … Read more

Gun Control and the Democrats’ Darwinist Morality

With only a few days remaining until Joe (Kamala Harris’s) Biden’s inauguration, American’s are keenly aware of the uphill battle we face concerning gun rights. Numerous anti-second amendment bills have been pre-filed and will likely be brought to the floor within days of Biden assuming office. Gun sales are through the roof with millions buying … Read more

Without a Second Amendment

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example … Read more

Rhetoric of Science and the Consequence of Men’s Godless Reasoning

This paper attempts to draw correlations between the rhetoric of Ramus, Bacon, and some of the cultural issues our nation faces today. Science has come to dominate public policy discourse and the governing of our nation. Decisions are being made that affect the lives of all Americans. These decisions are often made based on scientific … Read more

Trump supporters or Antifa in disguise?

The Democrat party, along with their allies in the media, want you to believe that violent conservatives stormed the capital to force Vice President Pence to reject fraudulent votes. Trump supporters certainly have a reason to be angry. There has been a steady stream of propaganda suggesting that Pence would be the decider in Trump’s … Read more

From my upcoming book “Without a Shot Indeed: How Social Science and the Arts of Persuasion Induced Compliance with Tyranny.”

According to a study entitled Appealing to fear: A meta-analysis of fear appeal effectiveness and theories,[1] fear messages are most effective when presented with an efficacy statement and the perception of being highly vulnerable to the perceived danger. An efficacy statement is the suggestion of a desired course of action which is said to alleviate … Read more

Conned into demanding socialism: The role of Operation Mockingbird

Once again, American’s are witnessing media propaganda on a grand scale without realizing how their attitudes and opinions are being shaped and guided. The latest stimulus bill, which is being hailed as a “covid-relief” bill, gives Americans affected by the so-called Covid-19 pandemic, economic relief in the amount of a whopping six-hundred dollars. While people … Read more

Controlled dissention in media: A brief explanation of the propaganda model

The following is a small excerpt from chapter seven in my upcoming book, which I may call, Taken without a shot. It examines the relationship between behaviorism, critical theory,  persuasive communications and how the media carefully constructs a fear message designed to control our behavior. The title alludes to the famous quote by Nikita Khrushchev where … Read more

Freedom of Choice or Environmental Manipulation?

While pursuing my bachelor’s degree in social work, I took a class called positive psychology. At the time I was very excited as the study of the human mind was very interesting to me. I still find it fascinating, just not in the same way. I came to learn, over time, that psychology is a … Read more

Means and Ends Morality: Democrats Justifying Incivility

The Democrats sure are hypocrites, to say the least. After four years of one attempt after the other to discredit and ultimately unseat President Trump, they have the audacity to suggest Republicans are being uncivil in their insistence that election fraud had occurred. Of course, this is taking things at face value without asking why … Read more

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