The events of 2020 have shaken Americans to the core. How did we get here? - is a good question to ask. To answer that, we need to examine our nation's past. An honest self reflection is needed at this time, to learn from mistakes made an find solutions for issues we face today. The … Continue reading The Hidden History of the Democratic Party
Identity Politics is a political activity, or style, that caters to the cultural, ethnic, gender, racial, religious, ideological, national, sexual orientation, gender expression, or social interests, that characterize a group identity. It focuses on the issues, relevant to various groups, which are all defined by their shared characteristics. The typical goal of identity politics is … Continue reading The Deception of Identity Politics
Everyone is aware of the importance of hydration, what is the ideal amount of water to drink, isn't an easy question to answer. In the early 90's, doctor's recommendation was to drink 8 cups of water per day. That's 64 ounces, or 2 quarts. Many people were seen carrying jugs of water with them at … Continue reading How Much Water Should I Drink in a Day?
"The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society." "Those, who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society, constitute an invisible government, which is the true ruling power of our country." Quote from the book: "Propaganda" by Edward Bernays | 1928 What we witness … Continue reading Propaganda and Our Reality
Diet and nutrition are complex subjects, finding the best approach to developing healthy eating habits can be challenging. There are many conflicting opinions and research can be sketchy, many studies are funded by the industries that produce the foods being studied. There is a lot of money to be made in selling diet plans as … Continue reading 6 Aspects of Healthy Eating
When reading quotes by the Founding Fathers, it is quickly noticed, how relevant many are to the affairs of our lives today. A slight alteration of wording makes their postulations fit the present time flawlessly. The Founders knew how fragile the underpinnings of liberty were. In their prescience, they warned future generations of the dangers, … Continue reading Foreseen by the Founders
Freedom is very important to people. The value placed upon it is such, that many have given their lives in their pursuit of freedom throughout history. But there is one circumstance, in which most people are willing to give up some of that freedom. When they are concerned about their safety, when they, or their … Continue reading Manufacturing Consent: Fear and Social Control
First, it must be pointed out that whenever people get sick, or people die, there is much human suffering involved and our hearts go out to anyone involved. From the day the state of emergency was declared by President Trump, the media devoted 7 day, 24 hour, doomsday style coverage to the corona virus. There … Continue reading Pandemic, or Pandemonium?
Since the first European settlers arrived in America, millions upon millions of migrants have come to the promised land in search of better lives and in pursuit of their dreams. Over the centuries, America did fulfill many of the newcomers dreams and lived up to its reputation of the "Land of the Free". But preserving … Continue reading The Hijacking of the US Republic
The debates on the most enduring social issue of our times have just been re-ignited, with the recent passage of the Pro-life abortion bill in Alabama, resulting in the expected disagreements and disunity among the general population and social media users . This is the first time I thought about this, based on what I … Continue reading Pro-life, or Pro-choice?