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posted On 11/18/2016 4:05 AM In Ethics & Politics, General

One night you suddenly see a drone hovering next to a window of your home. Outraged, you shoot it down. Somebody calls the police because they heard a firearm discharged, and ten minutes later you hear a knock on your door.

posted On 11/7/2016 6:46 PM In Ethics & Politics, General

So many people ask, “Why should I go vote? Does my vote even matter?” And the answer is a resounding YES!

posted On 11/19/2013 5:28 PM In Ethics & Politics

The below summarization of Barack and Michelle Obama’s 5 year reign in the White House is by far the best I’ve ever read as it squarely hits the nail on the head. And it took a black reporter writing it to make it as effective as it is. A white man’s account would be instantly criticized by the liberal media as pure racism. But, how can anyone scream Racist when an exacting description of the Obamas is penned by a well known journalist of color?

posted On 7/7/2013 1:58 AM In Ethics & Politics, Personal & Family Survival

Does being a prepper show a lack of faith in God?  Should good Christians reject prepping altogether?  Yesterday, someone actually accused me of being “anti-faith” because I am encouraging people to prepare for the coming economic collapse.  This person believes that if I had faith, then I would make “no provision” for what is ahead and simply trust “in God’s providence alone”.  So is that person right?  Is it really “anti-faith” to prepare for the coming economic collapse?  I spent quite a bit of time thinking about these questions today.

posted On 4/2/2013 5:27 PM In Ethics & Politics, General

We are on a road that leads straight to the World War 3, but in order to see that and to fully understand what is at stake you have to look at the big picture and connect the dots. This video examines the history of the dollar, its relation to oil, and the real motives behind the wars of the past two decades.

posted On 1/18/2013 4:10 AM In Ethics & Politics

Republican senator Ted Cruz of Texas said Thursday that Barack Obama is “high on his own power” with regard to the president’s announced efforts on gun control. Speaking on Laura Ingraham’s radio talk show, Cruz, who was just elected to the Senate last November, said “this is a president who has drunk the Kool-Aid.”

posted On 3/18/2012 10:00 PM In Ethics & Politics

On Friday, President Obama signed a sweeping Executive Order that would effectively nationalize everything - including food, water and U.S. citizens - in order to prepare for national defense. Worse yet, would the order would also allow for a civilian draft - the conscription of  “persons of outstanding experience or ability” without compensation?

posted On 2/26/2012 2:53 AM In Ethics & Politics, Personal & Family Survival

What have past acts of destruction taught us about what will happen to mankind after the apocalypse? Is it inevitable that disaster will someday strike America on an unprecedented level? How has history prepared us?

posted On 2/26/2012 2:08 AM In Ethics & Politics

Today OpenDNS published The OpenDNS Anti-Censorship Policy. David Ulevitch, Founder/CEO says “It’s something we’ve always honored, but we’re so firm in our convictions about this particular topic that we felt it necessary to share our stance officially. OpenDNS does not provide content filtering services to governments or Internet Service Providers that contribute to oppression by censoring the Internet for their people.”

posted On 1/29/2012 10:47 PM In Ethics & Politics

You helped defeat the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA by supporting Web black outs by sites like Wikipedia and by contacting your lawmaker to voice your displeasure. So loud was your voice that even the president of the United States sided with you in opposing it. But don’t take a deep sigh of relief because, after all, we’re talking about a merger of Washington, D.C., and Hollywood here, as well as global interests.