Why I seem to Align more with the Political Right than with the Political Left

I would like to make something clear, not because I’ve been questioned, but because I feel it is worth addressing. Many people may think that I’m on the political right, but I’m not, I am a classical liberal (voluntaryist / ancap / Libertarian), which means I value individual rights, and I’m open to a wide range of viewpoints, and I synthesize them with systematic thinking into an overall worldview that […] Read more »

Public Schools, the Fixation of Belief, and Social Control

In this video, the Academy of Ideas looks behind the reasons for compulsory public schooling, and what you learn may shock you. Recommended Reading: Dumbing us Down – John Taylor Gatto – http://amzn.to/2vJb3lc (affiliate link) The Prussian Connection to American Schooling, by John Taylor Gatto: For Part 1, CLICK HERE. For Part 2, CLICK HERE. For Part 3, CLICK HERE. For Part 4, CLICK HERE. The New Dumbness, by John Taylor Gatto, […] Read more »

Fascism Hates Classical Liberalism

Fascism is a form of socialism, that’s why “Nazi” stood for the “National Socialists”, and they are no further on the right of the political spectrum than the other forms of socialists, communists included. Ironically, those on the left may claim that their socialist State should or does serve their interests, but that is a farce, as the State is always served in all forms of Socialism; its “motherly love” […] Read more »

Socially Engineered Reactivity and Triggering?

Why are so many people upset when they hear an opinion that differs even slightly from their own? Why are they unable to consider different opinions, and weigh their merits based on the evidence and logic behind them, in a fair minded manner? Why do they personally attack the character of those who share perspectives that do not align with society and social progressiveness? What if it is because humanity […] Read more »

In The Midst of Battle – Clifton Fitzgerald Hicks

I am subscribed to the YouTube channel of Clifton Hicks, as I enjoy his passion and heart that he puts into his music.  I particularly enjoyed watching this short documentary on his time in the US Military, where he refined his ability to play for his comrades, and also learned a little something about morality.  Great story, great music. Read more »

Russians to Investigate Whether America Really Landed on the Moon

I’ve been skeptical of the moon landings since 1999, when I read a book by William Cooper, “Behold a Pale Horse“, which details how they were faked. More info has come out about how Stanley Kubrick, the director of “2001: A Space Odyssey”, basically covertly admitted that he was the one who faked the moon landings, in his movie “The Shining”. Add to that the fact that all telemetry and […] Read more »