Seeds of Doubt

Over the last 2 years –and this is something I have touched on before– many significant things have happened. But the underlying trend to take away from the events of the last two years (with Covid, BLM riots, Trump losing office in questionable ways, failure in Afghanistan) is the sewing of the seeds of doubt. […]

Stickers

So a lot of people have been putting up stickers in their local communities lately and that is very good to see. It’s good for a number of reasons; it shows others like us that they are not alone and that our ideas are prolific enough that people are willing to go out and spread […]

TAPS

While most of the movies produced by Hollywood are utter shit and ripe with all sorts of degeneracy, every so often a quality movie slips through. The movie that I am talking about is called “Taps” from 1981. Without spoiling the plot of the film, I want to touch on the major theme that is […]

DPRK

Since its inception the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has been a country of intrigue and mystique, something that few understand, yet nevertheless something that exudes a sort of stoic power in the face of the world’s aggression towards it. The DPRK for a long time has been a pinnacle of defiance in the […]

Support Ian Cranston

Ian Cranston is now in jail facing charges of second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter, second-degree assault, and two counts of unlawful use of a weapon in Oregon. This case is important for a number of reasons, but let’s begin with what we know so far. From what we know and can see in this video: Ian, […]