Monthly Archives: February 2020

Bloomberg: The Dem’s Donald.

To consider a person of great character first look for the one who champions past the mountain of failures that a lesser person would conceal; we tend to celebrate the victor who had the most to overcome and this is likely the case because it give each person an element of certainty that even they, yes, even they, can be proven victorious.

Bloomberg is the greater metaphor for the synthetic world humanity is being forced to adopt, the collective accord that is seemingly begging for the magic-bullet, the lottery-win, the Ascendant Candidate offering the perfectly progenerative symbiosis that blends pure narcissism with the bliss of a heroin induced high without the price or the consequence of addiction.

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Dems Have’n A Problem With Choice:

A few years back I published the Blind Vision series, three books although each covering a specific theme they were tied together by one common ideal; the companionship that exists between the notion of Freedom and the expressing mechanism of Liberty. I wrote that “Freedom must never be confused with or thought as an extension of Liberty; the preservation of Freedom and the expressing mechanism of Liberty is an active and persistent engagement particularly when you understand that there are forces who believe they are at Liberty to vacate you Freedoms.”

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Power-Elite: China May Be Willing But They’re Not the Real Threat!

Since the days of Nixon’s opening of the door to China the jowls of predatory economic interests frothed-over with delight; they surveilled the terrain, the resources, the population and most importantly they observed the poverty of intellect common in totalitarian regimes and knew, from past practices, that fascist megalomaniacal types are the easiest to turn; they are willingly corruptible and history is flooded with examples of this simple truth.

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Oh So Very Romney….

Hiding under the cover of faith is one of the most spineless of defenses particularly when the Faithful’s actions are antithetical to the very scriptures they claim to be their guiding light. Romney’s use of selective reverence is a common theme occurring throughout his business and political career and has always failed for him and here’s why: words are never sufficient to mask or insulate anyone from the consequences of their actions.

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