A Nudge Towards Compliance Through The Tyranny of Controlled Choice

Liberty depends upon the unfettered exercise of free choice. With this comes the idea that individuals accept the consequences of their poor decisions. After all, our judgment improves when we are free to learn from our mistakes. It has long been held in America that individuals make better decisions in their own interest than anyone … Read more

The Great Reset: A Pre-Planned Solution to an Anticipated Crisis

In part one of this series, I attempted to outline some important agenda items that may take shape over the next few years because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum and author of COVID 19: The Great Reset, has stated several times that the crisis presents the opportunity to … Read more

Reviewing The Great Reset: Part One

After nineteen months of continuous propaganda concerning the Covid-19 pandemic, most Americans have now heard the term The Great Reset. For some, these words ring a bell as it is apparent to them the entire agenda revolves around installing the dreaded New World Order. For others, the phrase conjures up images of the whacked-out conspiracy … Read more

Brainwashing: Where Conspiracy Meets Reality

Words are powerful tools that can control our thoughts and beliefs in more ways than people realize. Men can be easily trained to respond to various catchphrases that guide the nature and direction of a conversation. Joseph Stalin wrote in Concerning Marxism in Linguistics that certain sounds and tones can produce predictable reflexive reactions in people. A good example … Read more

Framing Narratives and Inducing Compliance Using Moral Foundations Theory

If Americans could comprehend the amount of research that goes into media messaging, and how to frame an issue to affect attitude change, they would forever shut off their televisions. For the political elite, America’s culture of free choice presents a problem, one they see as standing in the way of their grand vision of … Read more

Subordinating the minds of those dumbed down by public education

    Salon magazine ran an article claiming that there is no such thing as left-wing authoritarianism, and the right pushes fear of left-wing policies to advance their own agenda. In fact, the author, Cody Cain, goes on to say that Republicans are responsible for pushing the biggest lies to win elections because ninety-nine percent of the population … Read more

Critical Race Theory as a theoretical model for solving social problems

The nation’s attention has been drawn front and center to the use of Critical Race Theory in the classroom. Stories of schools portraying all white people and American institutions as racist, make the headline news on a daily basis. The latest, from Pennsylvania State University, involves a professor telling a student he’s oppressing someone because … Read more

Critical race theory is the social construct

The stage is being set for an epic battle over the role of Critical Race Theory in education as more states continue to ban its use, and teachers vow to continue teaching it. To what extent do teachers even understand what they are teaching? Critical Race Theory, when thoroughly examined, presents itself as an ideology … Read more

Consequences of man’s own reasoning: A Godless science

Never has it been so important to understand man’s mental processes and his reactions to fear and political persuasion. Covid-19, the emerging Delta variant, the vaccine, lockdowns, Critical Race Theory, mob violence, and the labeling of all opposed to big government as extremists, are all examples of political coercion meant to guide the public consciousness … Read more

A deeper dive into the origins of Critical Race Theory

MSN news ran a story describing what Critical Race Theory is and why conservatives should not worry that it is being taught in public schools and universities across the nation. While their initial commentary is correct, CRT is a legal theory derived from the 1970s to examine the so-called failures of the civil rights movement, … Read more

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