What I’ve Learned About the Constitution (So Far)

By Jordan Sarmo Published: December 16, 2021 Noon EST (4 minute read) As many of you know, I was one of the silent majority until the beginning of this year. What I saw, first on November 3, 2020 and then on January 6, 2021, really woke me up to the seriousness of our country’s situation. […]

Domestic Enemies of the Constitution and the Citizenry

By Olivia Murray Published: November 18, 2021 Noon EST (3 minute read) This is a unique time in history. The very people and institutions that were installed to conserve and protect American life and legacy have become their biggest enemies. The custodial agency of our founding documents declared them to be injurious to the reader; […]

Maricopa Mishap: What Really Happened in Arizona?

By Olivia Murray Published: September 28, 2021 Noon EST (2 minute read) For months, an independent firm has been conducting a forensic audit of the most recent election results of Arizona’s Maricopa County. Hours before the final report was to be made public, mainstream media outlets and the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors went into […]

All Stories Matter – Tricia

By Jordan Hui Published: September 14, 2021 Noon EST (3 minute read) Tricia’s story is the kind that Big Tech does not show on their platforms.  When Jordan met Tricia, he noticed she was struggling with simple tasks such as carrying water glasses to the table. What he did not expect was the heartbreaking story […]