Category Archives: Culture

Coronavirus Best Defense Videos

Below is a video by Dr. Sten Ekberg speaking about the Coronavirus in May of 2020. He has several videos discussing Covid-19 and this first one discusses what individuals must do to beat the virus if they are infected but, … Continue reading

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Black Widow Failure = Disney Lawsuits

Actors are suing Disney and that makes me laugh! Ha! The movie industry has ruined movies and actors believe we need them or look up to them. Perhaps decades ago when movies were made for the REAL MAN & WOMAN. … Continue reading

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Alexandria Post – Women Athletes Should Boycott

Women athletes are being told to ‘shut up and take it like a man’ while the real men turn themselves into women so they can finally win a blue ribbon. It is disgusting what the elite are managing to do … Continue reading

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Alexandria Post – It’s Out of Fashion to Get Along

It’s become much more “in fashion” to poke fun at people and shame them for poking fun at people and shaming them. Honestly, it’s popular to be a hypocrite in everyday interactions and to stick your entire body into the … Continue reading

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Jordan Peterson and His Devilishly New Persona

Did you hear about Jordan Peterson becoming the supervillain Red Skull? He was as surprised as you are. As a matter of fact, he was rather upset; that is until a few of his supporters gave him a little boost.

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Parenting Style 2020 – Lock ‘Em Up

Let’s talk about the new 2020 Parenting Style called locking your kids away if they might have an illness at some point during their lifetime. You know… just in case. Note – Never, ever lock your kids away in a … Continue reading

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Forgiveness & Unity, Part 3

In Part 1, we discussed the Internet’s affect on forgiveness. If you can’t empathize, you can’t accept an apology as genuine and thus never forgive. In Part 2, we reviewed an opinion piece showing the inability of many individuals to … Continue reading

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Forgiveness & Unity, Part 2

See Part 1 which discusses the Internet’s affect on forgiveness. If you can’t empathize, you can’t accept an apology as genuine and thus never forgive. Here is an example of someone who probably doesn’t know how to accept an apology … Continue reading

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Forgiveness & Unity, Part 1

In this world of cancel, cancel, cancel, it’s hard to imagine what it was like long ago when saying “I’m sorry” actually meant something and was received with forgiveness. Back when there was no internet, people were more forgiving when … Continue reading

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The Mind of an Abuser

The filth that is found within the minds of serial abusers as well as the disgusting thoughts of those who want to control and whip the innocent into believing they are nothing, is much easier to find today than in … Continue reading

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Teachers: Lazy or Simply Lazy?

Listening to the Michael Knowles Show on 1/26/21 regarding the subject of lazy teachers in Washington State who use the excuse of whiteness to not go back to school buildings in order to teach students in person. Head of Washington … Continue reading

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Generational Thinking Will Save America

As seen on Alexandria… Third, and most important, every American citizen who knows this election was stolen must repeat this story down generation to generation to generation. We must stop thinking about this week, this month, this year and start … Continue reading

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Downfall of the Independent Man and Woman

As seen on Alexandria… When I hear people say things that are simply not true, I want to engage in a conversation and explain what they are missing. The unfortunate thing is that society is so weakened and so broken … Continue reading

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Race Relations Seem Worse Now Than They Did Then

As seen on Alexandria… If race relations are worse now than they were months, years, or generations ago, it’s because they won’t let it get better. They want the hate to remain for generations. They want separation to be deeply … Continue reading

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Anger Addicts

As seen on Alexandria… Social media is filled to the rim with angry people. Many of them are craving the heat, the mental rush, the surge of physical strength… the power behind the feeling of anger. What they don’t think … Continue reading

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You can’t know people until you know them!

As seen on Alexandria… We went on our first cruise this year. I got a bit sea sick the first day and then it took over a week to get my land legs back once I was home. That could … Continue reading

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Monkey See, Monkey Do

As seen on Alexandria… It is very easy to influence other people. This is a proven fact based on how many people believe things that are clearly not true. It’s also amazing how groups of people can influence other groups … Continue reading

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Headlines and Blurbs Need to Change

As seen on Alexandria… Headlines like “Five People Shot During Protests” with a comment from the news department simply saying the same thing as the headline with a little twist like “People shot during protests!”. Same message but if you … Continue reading

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Trump and the Mexican

As seen on Alexandria… Growing up, I lived around several groups of people at different times. Some were Hispanic/Latino, some were Native American, and some were African-American. But you see, back then (and it wasn’t THAT long ago) people weren’t … Continue reading

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We Create Our Doom In Our Replacement Generation

Parents have created the kids of today via their own parents over time.  We tell our grade school kids to share… be fair… be gentle… don’t poke fun… follow the rules… always believe the teacher. I did the same to … Continue reading

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