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Showing posts from February, 2022

Let Freedom Ring!

As the Freedom Convoys around Canada advance the timeless cause of liberty, I can’t help but wonder what it will take to spawn a freedom movement across all of America.  It is a tragedy that people around cities like Detroit aren’t heeding the call to join their allies in the fight for freedom. It is a tragedy indeed that so many people in “the land of the free” and “the home of the brave” are content to see the status quo run its course, or to otherwise observe the fight from a distance.  It’s possible that we’re living through a pivotal moment right now and yet Americans, and Michiganders in particular, appear to be sitting on their hands or twiddling their thumbs as freedom fighters across the bridge fight to reclaim their liberty. At long last,  I think it’s time to start rallying around the cause.  It’s now or never, because if it’s not now, it won’t be peaceful the second time around; if not now, there will always be another excuse for inaction. Those who don’t act now will be th

The Court of Public Opinion: The 2018 Case of Michael Drejka

On July 19, 2018, an altercation ensued after 28-year-old Markeis McGlockton violently shoved 47-year-old Michael Drejka to the ground in a parking lot outside a convenience store in Clearwater, Florida. McGlockton blindsided Drejka, who was alerting McGlockton’s wife of the fact that she was illegally parked in a handicap spot. Within 2 seconds of being violently shoved to the ground, Drejka would draw his firearm and discharge a single round that would enter McGlockton’s torso. McGlockton would later die from his injuries at a local hospital.  In the months following these events, the media hastened to paint the narrative of a racially-motivated killing. In response, the public organized protests against Drejka and what they described as further evidence of racism and white supremacy in the United States. Of course, the events of this case are limited to mere seconds, but the ensuing hours, days, months and years since that moment have afforded every activist and Monday morning quart