Downsizing

Lea you have captured the sentiment of our generation. Thank you. Posted on June 7, 2019 by Lea Wait Lea Wait, here, feeling overwhelmed by the history of things. Yes. Things. I know people are more valuable than possessions. My heart aches for those who lose everything they own, in fires or …

Inside a Writer’s Head

Posted in Maine Crime Writers on January 9, 2019 by Bruce Robert Coffin An insightful look at the process of writing a novel by a brilliant and witty bestselling author of the Detective Byron mystery series and former Detective Sergeant. via Inside A Writer’s Head

In a World of Selfies and Social Media

In a world of selfies and social media; where celebrities are worshipped and we look to them for our political, personal and spiritual guidance we desperately need a few genuine heroes. Tragically, liberal historians and educators have virtually erased traditional heroes or Paladins from history. In many ways, it’s inevitable …

The Illusionist

Illusion is the act of performing seemingly impossible feats using natural means. David Copperfield raised a giant screen in front of the Statue of Liberty. When he dropped it, the statue was gone. How is this possible, you ask yourself? You have a pretty good understanding of how objects behave and you …

The U.S. a Security Risk to Canada

In the 1920s and 30s the United States even had a contingency plan to invade Canada and, tucked away in a dusty corner of the Pentagon, they almost certainly still do. Perhaps Canada should realize that the U.S. is not a true friend. After having tried to invade us 4 …

Too Far Down the Slippery Slope

A generation taught to hate the country will refuse to defend it. Let that sink in.

What if I told you that no matter how much information you share with your friends about the corrupt government and our liberties disappearing, 97% just won’t care until it’s too late and only then will they wonder how we allowed this to happen.