Category: Considerations

Things you may not have known, things you may not have thought about or simply things or perspectives to consider.

Are You REALLY a Three Percenter?

You may have already read my article on what a Three Percenter is, but lately, I have been asked a few times, “how do you know if you are a Three Percenter”? So let me see if I can help. Let me provide you with well over 50 ways to tell whether or not you, or someone else, […]

Chemtrails? You should know about GeoEngineering

What are Chemtrails? Are they real? Despite the abundance of public evidence to demonstrate a very real and definitive answer, this debate rages on. Every once in a while, arguments will spring up on social media over this topic, and it is usually rooted in the idea that someone knows a pilot in the family who has […]

The Coming Global Crisis

Is a global crisis nearing? Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, Syria, etc. Oil, the Petrodollar, terrorism, international economics, the UN. It does not take much imagination to glimpse the possibility of a third global war. With the nations provided, a simple mistake and you have a World War scenario based on alliances alone, similar to […]

My American Vision

It sure is funny how so many different lessons can be received and applied, many of which I can only assume were not intended in the first place. As you know, I study a lot. And as a result of the extensive research that I have performed over the past few weeks, there are numerous […]

The Republicans Will (NOT) Save Us

“The Republicans will save us”… wasn’t that the idea behind their election campaigns? What happened? The Republicans were supposed to save us from Amnesty. The Republicans were supposed to save us from Obamacare. The Republicans were supposed to save us from socialism. The Republicans were supposed to save the Constitution. The Republicans were supposed to […]

Examining Our Values

Values are a person’s principles or standards of behavior, one’s judgment of what is important in life. Usually, abstract ideas include things like manners or pride. Still, they can also include behaviors towards events and activities, as well as one’s self or others regarding sportsmanship, intimate relationship, or even personal relationships such as with family […]

Is Contempt for Law Enforcement Justified?

I was recently provided an article titled “Why Americans Should Reconsider Their Contempt for Today’s Police,” written by “Anonymous Cop.” This article was provided to me by a law enforcement officer I hold in high regard. He is an officer known for his Constitutional enforcement, strength, intellect, and much more. He provided the article with […]

What is a Three Percenter?

There have been a lot of questions lately regarding the term “Three Percenter.” The term comes up every once in a while, especially when the federal government commits perceived injustices. But why? What is a Three Percenter? In October of 2009, the Anti-Defamation League, an organization that claims that they are “the nation’s premier civil […]

U.S. vs. Castleman

In 2009, a man named James Castleman was charged with violating federal gun laws when he was caught with firearms. Why did he “lose” this right in the first place? He pleaded guilty in 2001 to causing “bodily injury” to the mother of his child. Flash forward a bit; Castleman decided to fight it, and […]

Cutting the Mass Media Cord

The average American watches 153 hours of television a month, most of that is via mass media. That’s 6.375 straight days’ worth of television. That’s a lot of “programming.” Parents are often quick to let the television do their babysitting, and the truth is that many are not reviewing the propaganda being forced into their […]