Sometimes There Is No Answer



People die.

The various ways could fill this blog with dark depressing facts.

Yet it happens.

As thinking rational beings, we want justification for the loss of a loved one. We want answers and so we comb backwards through the events looking for the smallest action that could have “changed what might have been”.

“Could I have”, “should I have”, “did we”, “how come”, “there should have been a law” – it is all part of the stages of grief to find meaning in the final process of life : Death. More

Stave off Globalism: Reinvigorate Constitutional Principles


“We know how we got into this situation; we forgot to stay alert and hew to the values of our predecessors. Now we must ask how these trends can be reversed.  How can we rid the Unites States of globalism?” 

 Michael Shaw

America was founded on certain principles: those of individual liberty and responsibility, a small federal government, and sovereign states that would protect their citizens’ unalienable rights.  Over time many Americans got so involved in living their seemingly free lives they neglected oversight of what was happening to their country. Those who loved American ideals lived them and those who did not were busy working both from within and without the government to eradicate these principles from the American consciousness. 

This dumbing down of America was planned and it took place over many decades as Charlotte Iserbyt explains in her Deliberate Dumbing Down of America expose. Controlled media and public education infused the populace with attitudes, values and beliefs that enabled the power thrust of globalists to grow. Thus the greatest political experiment in the history of the world has morphed into what we now call “globalism”.   More

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