The Great Replacement

Former presidents and politicians from both parties were and still are working with these groups to change the world economic system. As Bush, Sr. frequently called it, a New World Order. They are godless and evil in their intent, willing to sell out their own country for riches, power, and a seat at the table. How else would they be...

I was asked recently if the recent Marxist takeover of our country resembles my experience under the rule of the Communist Party Soviet-style regime decades ago. My simple answer is that Marxism is much worse today in so many ways. Today's American Marxists can cut our access to food, education, medical care, medicine, gasoline, cars, and...

In the early 20th century, Argentina was one of the richest countries in the world. While Great Britain's maritime power and its far-flung empire had propelled it to a dominant position among the world's industrialized nations, only the United States challenged Argentina for the position of the world's second-most powerful economy.

As is well known, Gates is an active proponent of Klaus Schwab's Great Reset, which promises to transform the free-market democratic West into an oligarchic model of centralized social control, a sequel characterized by increased market and technological integration, corporate control of natural resources, the elimination of private property, the...

Many of you, who have read it, will recognize the title of this article as the opening line in Ayn Rand's classic novel Atlas Shrugged. In 2021 we are living in the world as described by Ayn Rand 75 years ago. She described the twisted kind of society clearly identifiable as our current woke culture. She described a corrupt...

Mark Zuckerberg hasn't lost his mind, but he wants you to lose yours... to the metaverse. He is investing billions of dollars to make sure that his rebranded company, Meta, will be the industry leader in the same way that IBM dominated the computer industry for many decades.

To even attend the WEF annual meeting, you must be privately invited or a member of WEF, which costs $60,000 to $600,000. The attendance badge for the meeting is extra and costs another $27,000 in 2020, just to get entrance to the conference. The irony was palpable at Davos 2020, which brought in a "steady stream" of private planes and...