The RINO Problem

There are only two states with governor elections this November: New Jersey and Virginia.  Surprising no one, it looks like New Jersey will re-elect their Democratic Governor.  The Virginia race, however, is looking to be much closer. The Virginia race is between the previous governor, Terry McAuliffe (D), and the Republican candidate, Glen Youngkin, who …

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Outfox the VA’s Attempt to Kill You, Part 3: Twin Peaks Director Pushes Meditation Indiscriminately

The ritual of the kit never changes.

On Wednesday, we looked at the VA’s 2020 National Suicide Prevention Annual Report, which states in no uncertain terms, staring on Page 33, that nay veteran, whether they are on the VA’s radar or not, can and will be surveilled under the guise of preventing suicide. Following that we looked at how Operation Vigilante Eagle …

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Outfox the VA’s Attempt to Kill You: Part 2, Learn the Enemy’s Methods

Australian soldiers march with full kits during World War II.

Yesterday, I pointed out how the VA’s 2020 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report is crystal clear on surveilling veterans under the cover of suicide prevention. You should see a spike in your blood pressure when you begin to study the chart on Page 33. Communists don’t hide their intention. Patriots, in our naivety, simply …

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Hope in the Face of A Seemingly Impossible Mission

Nehemiah inspects the ruins of the Jerusalem walls at night with a few of his trusted men.

Nehemiah didn’t tell anyone his plans. He scouted out the job at night, under the cover of darkness, with only a few other men, all Special Forces-like. Then he went to the city leaders and got them on board with his plan. Next the disorganized citizenry was made responsible for rebuilding a portion of the wall or repairing a gate.

The Military Grace Notes of Winnie-The-Pooh

Winnie-The-Pooh was not written to explain shell shock to a son. (Photo by Ethan Imaap)

So, where did this Pooh-as-PTSD narrative begin? Apparently, a group of Canadian doctors, led by Sarah E. Shea, a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in pediatric behavioral medicine, wrote a paper in the Dec. 12, 2000 edition of the Canadian Medical Association Journal entitled “Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood: a neurodevelopmental perspective on A.A. Milne.” The intent was to poke fun at her profession and to call attention to the ease by which psychologists labeled people, especially children, and then reflexively prescribed medication or a cocktail of medicines.

Thoughts on Memorial Day

As Jose N. Harris said, “A Veteran is someone, who at one point in their life, wrote a blank check payable to the United States of America for an amount up to, and including, their life. Regardless of personal or political views, there are way too many people in this country who no longer remember …

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Techno-Addiction of the Citizen Warrior

"Irresistible" explores how technology is addictive--on purpose.

“Never Get High on Your Own Supply.” That’s how “Irresistible, The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked” kicks off. The author then lists all the Silicon Valley bigwigs who not only limit their children’s screen time but, in certain instances, outright prohibit it.

How Modern Surveillance Technology Could Target Patriots

Iris scans were only one example of the biometric data collected during the Iraq war.

So what did our country do in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? Yes, they used biometric data—fingerprints, iris scans, gait, smell, DNA, speech patterns, how you interact with the land, what your daily patterns predict about your future behavior, and more—to tag and track bad guys.