I used the terms art and science because a cache is often misunderstood and often as not, mispronounced. The word cache comes from French and is pronounced “kash” or “cash” just like the word for the Federal Reserve Notes in your wallet. Literally, a cache is something of value hidden for later use or retrieval. . . . → Read More: The Art and Science of Caching
In earlier articles I tried to highlight the problems that we are faced with in this day and age not only in America but also throughout the world. Wherever you look, the United States is poised for war with some country. We are poised for war against Syria, Iran, China, Pakistan, Russia and possibly even . . . → Read More: 15 Decisions You May Have To Make In 2012
I know I will regret writing this article on several diferent levels. First, I am sticking my neck out by giving an approximate time line for several things to happen. If they don’t happen, you when then think I am a liar or at least a terrible prophet. I do not claim any gift of . . . → Read More: 2012: It is not a Brave New World, but rather a World only for the Brave
No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as abilities, of the very worthy gentlemen who have just addressed the House. But different men often see the same subject in different lights; and, therefore, I hope that it will not be thought disrespectful to those gentlemen, if, entertaining as I . . . → Read More: Where the Hell is Patrick Henry When We Need Him? Watching TV?
(My friends, brothers and sisters, the time is growing short. The U.S. Senate has voted the National Defense Authorization Act without ammendment. This is nothing new to the children of LIBERTY and FREEDOM here in America. Please read the following discourse on the justification for taking up arms. I wish I was intelligent enough to . . . → Read More: Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of taking up Arms July 6, 1775
I hate this damn article! It has kept me up nights, I can’t get my mind off of it and there are many, much more talented writers, who could write this thing. I would like for one of the young men that write for Alex Jones, like Kurt Nimmo or one of the Watson brothers . . . → Read More: American Dictatorship