If people want control of their own narrative back, they need to start moving away from the big tech (and media) giants and support organizations and individuals with a strong code of ethics and who aren’t afraid to stand up to the powers that be.
You can try to place government in between the people and their problems, but by doing so, you’re ultimately putting government between the people and their rights.
If our society is set up to force you into becoming a leftist, which way do you think you should lean?
Has Ted Cruz gone from being an anti-Trump presidential candidate to a defender of free speech?
If taxation were voluntary, would government be more efficient?
Tensions are running high in America now, but in truth, neither the far-left nor their “alt-right” counterparts represent a majority.
Because of their unique tendency to challenge orthodoxy and chart their own way through life they are becoming increasingly more important in our modern society.
Whatever you believe Trump’s motives are, it’s important that we don’t get so caught up in arguing over something we have no control over that progress made on real issues is lost.
Each day of the presidential race brings into further clarity the drastic need of a third-party influence in American politics.
Monsanto has a long history of involvement in some of our most disastrous chemical inventions and cover-ups.
The Bilderberg group is a secretive association of roughly 140+ of the worlds most powerful people, which have closed-door meetings once a year in what are supposed to be clandestine locations around the globe (although the location is always leaked).