Category Archives: Social Commentary

DIY Tip for Millennials: Think for Yourself

Do-it-yourself is hotter than ever. The results of one poll show that the millennial generation is more willing than their parents to acquire new skills in order to be self-reliant and to save money. Pinterest is wildly popular, and splendiferous … Continue reading

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Tools of Social Control? The Southern Poverty Law Center Watch Lists

We must be getting on someone’s nerves. In an obvious move to silence political opposition, the Department of Homeland Security-affiliated Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has again placed those of us who speak out against the United Nations, NAFTA, free-trade … Continue reading

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Free-Trade Masquerade: Fast Track Authority, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Constitutional Tipping Point, Part 1

After the mid-term elections, you may have heard Mitch McConnell make public statements about the GOP being willing to work with President Obama to push through free-trade agreements.  McConnell said that GOP leaders favor free trade and believe it brings … Continue reading

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Conservation Easements: Locking Up LittleTown, Part 4

In my last post I explained how the Western Governors Association is being used to implement the Wildlife Corridors Initiative throughout the Western United States, and how this initiative looks very much like radical, extremist, environmental visions, such as the … Continue reading

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