Lack of Conscience

Conscience is disappearing. There is an effort to push this agenda along as if it isn’t worthy of being considered part of us. It is actually a big part of our social fabric and without it, people do not restrain themselves from hurting others. Those that have no conscience feel nothing for their victims. It … Continue reading Lack of Conscience


Research and Writing

So after doing a ton of research and figuring out how to write it all down, I dumped it all because the sentence was too long and it promoted something I do not believe in.

The U.N. is not a Sovereign Government

The United Nations is not a sovereign government. The UN is an arbitrator—its only authority is derived from those governments whom accept its decisions. Therefore, it cannot tell anyone to accept its rulings or “laws.”   Many, if not most major atrocities performed in wars where the UN is involved were initiated and carried out … Continue reading The U.N. is not a Sovereign Government


The sea is dangerous and its storms terrible, but these obstacles have never been sufficient reason to remain ashore… Unlike the mediocre, intrepid spirits seek victory over those things that seem impossible… It is with an iron will that they embark on the most daring of all endeavors… to meet the shadowy future without fear … Continue reading Quote


Polarized: That’s how I see the world today. There isn’t much harmony and people have very little respect for one another. To quietly listen to an opposing point of view, weight it and consider that person’s bullet points before forming and espousing a response, is lost. Have we become so selfish that the notion—while I … Continue reading Polar-Opposites

ATC Privatization mimics the wrong system

I’m really tired of the airlines and pilots unions and my own representatives touting how much better things would be with ATC Privatization (H.R. 2997) just as it is in Europe and Canada. European airspace is the some of the most restrictive and inefficient airspace in the world. There are slots assigned for takeoff, slots … Continue reading ATC Privatization mimics the wrong system

The Sky is Falling

The airplane approaches and airport in a large urban center because it is the closest airport to their destination. They are willing to pay for the extra expensive fuel at such a stop because price doesn’t matter in this instance. It would otherwise, however time is of the essence so the pilot foregoes the alternative … Continue reading The Sky is Falling