Category Archives: Silence Is Compliance

Bury the 1st Amendment?

So, this humble column in a humble publication has offered me some time to explain that Americans no longer have rights, that everything they thought was a protected, guaranteed right has been removed, changed, nullified and replaced with privileges. Just to make it clear for those of you who aren't familiar with where I'm coming...
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Revolution or Evolution?

Since it has now become undeniably apparent that we are in the midst of a major change in this country—one way or another—many questions are being raised about what is the correct course of action to take. Although the majority of Americans are still fast asleep at the wheel, change of some sort will be waking them from their slumber soon enough. Whether you are one who understands this or not, the current path that America is following is unsustainable, no matter how you try to look at it.

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That Can't Happen Here?

I remember as far back as my days in the military, almost 15 years ago, having conversations with my commanding officer and others. They would talk about the power of the US military and rhetorically ask what other countries could possibly go toe-to-toe with the power and might that could be wielded by this nation’s armed forces. Even as far back as then, I was a lone voice saying that no nation has ever stood the test of time.

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All the World's a Stage

“The Information Age” is what many are calling this period of time through which we’re all passing together. The title of my article might lead the reader to assume that the current access to data is another great step for humanity, and most rational, thinking individuals view the period in this manner. But there are...

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Live Free or Die

Is this country in the middle of revolution? The answer would depend on your interpretation of the word “revolution.” Some people think that it's not the right word for what America should be trying to achieve and prefer “evolution,” which I don't object to, but once again, it depends on the interpretation of the term.

So,...

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Land of the Free?

Now that Barack Obama has been sworn in for his second term as President of the United States, whether you personally accept him as president or not, this will be the starting point for me to try to explain some fundamental flaws in this system and why it is imperative we point them out and...
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Can you tell fact from fiction?

Space is lacking in this entire article to try to cover everything pertaining to the events of September 11th, 2001. Few are likely aware that many of the 9/11 Commission members themselves admitted that the entire investigation of 9/11 was designed to fail. In addition to that, every official agency that was involved in the “investigation” was a government agency — an obvious conflict of interest. Now, many people who have reviewed the claims of the 9/11 Truth movement, as it has come to be termed, assert that the magazine Popular Mechanics has adequately debunked “9/11 conspiracies.” In 2005, PM assembled a team of nine reporters and researchers to attempt to refute sixteen particular claims of the movement of skeptics.

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You can run, but you can’t hide

“You can run, but you can’t hide,” a clever and fitting title for my articles, at least in my opinion. Now that I’ve revealed a little more about myself and what I do as a journalist in my inaugural article, I’m going to delve into a topic that is almost unheard of for a reporter,...
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Silence is Compliance

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a feeling that something wasn’t right in the world—that some pieces of the puzzle were missing. I couldn’t put my finger on it, but I just knew something was “off.”

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