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

Book Review: A Crisis in Civility: Political Discourse and its Discontents. A Study in Left Wing Bias

The book Crisis in Civility: Political Discourse and its Discontents, attempts to break down and define the issue of civility in a day when America is seemingly, more divided than ever before. Bringing civil discourse back to the national conversation is viewed through the lens of scholars in various fields of academia like sociology, economics, psychology, communications, … Read more

Darwinism, Gun Control and Abortion: A Loss of Value for Human Life

Americans have traditionally viewed themselves as a moral and Christian people. Most Americans, officially identifying with the Christian religion, believe that there exists an absolute morality. A standard of universal truth set by God that defines what is right and wrong and how we are supposed to behave. Freedom after all, as mentioned in Religion, … Read more

Supreme Court denies bid to overturn Pennsylvania election

Today, according to The Blaze, the United States Supreme Court denied a bid from Republicans to overturn the election results in Pennsylvania. Supporters of the President thought for sure that the latest nomination of Amy Barrett ensured any challenges to election fraud, would be a sure win. Clearly, this isn’t the case. From this writer’s … Read more

They have had the vaccine since January

Skepticism about the upcoming Covid-19 vaccine runs high in America, and rumors abound. Its makers, Moderna, are not hiding the fact that it is a DNA altering vaccine which writes the genetic code of the Covid-19 virus into our DNA. How this is even possible when the CDC admitted a purified, isolated sample of Covid … Read more

Busted: Proof Against Overriding Voting Machines Goes Bad

In this short video, you’ll watch a group of election people led by their supervisor go through the process of learning how a Diebold voting machine works. The supervisor insists the machine is foolproof and cannot be overwritten with false votes. They go through the process together with one person appointed to vote “yes” and … Read more

Creating Good Little Communists Through Coercive Persuasion

Early on in my writing adventures, shortly after my experience in Social Work education, I focused a great deal on two specific topics. Psychopolitics, and the forty-five goals of the communist party. The former is generally referred to as a way of maintaining coercive control over the thoughts and loyalties of the masses. The book … Read more

World’s Food Supply and Blockchain

I’m sure you’ve noticed when you go into stores that there are often huge empty spots on many shelves and I’m not simply talking about a shortage of paper towels and toilet paper. My wife and I are seeing empty spaces of canned goods and empty areas of meats and other foods that we have … Read more

Persuading Employees into Vaccine Compliance

A few months ago, when it was becoming obvious that Covid-19 propaganda wasn’t going away after a couple weeks of flattening the curve, the New England Journal of Medicine published Ensuring Uptake of Vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. The recommendation in this article is that employers be able to either mandate or, offer incentives to employees to … Read more