The importance of logic and accurate information in stressful times cannot be overstated.
In a world where idiotic Tweets are de rigueur, one this week has stood out as the most ignorant and hateful of them all.
Jackson Kernion, a … Read the rest
It’s the second week in November, and for many, the holidays are upon us. Shopping has already begun for little things, more than a few stores … Read the rest
How dark are you willing to go in your preparedness efforts?
If you’re like a lot of people, there’s only a certain level of SHTF that you … Read the rest
There’s little I find more annoying than a bunch of rich people lecturing the peons about how something we’re doing is “bad” but then they turn around … Read the rest
Recent discussions about an executive order that would “help protect” conservatives from bias on social media have brought a bone of contention to the forefront. Are alternative … Read the rest
Three mass shootings occurred in the last week in America and it’s starting to feel to many people like nowhere is safe. “I’ll hunker down at home,” … Read the rest
You’ve probably heard about the school board in Pennsylvania who sent a letter to parents with overdue lunch money tabs threatening to take their children away because … Read the rest
Some time between throwing some burgers on the grill and shooting off fireworks with a beer in one hand and a lighter in the other, ask yourself this question:
“Millenials” have been the butt of a million jokes about incompetence. The generation born between 1981 and 1996 is considered entitled, ultra-liberal, and naive about how life … Read the rest