Tag : foreign policy

There were many people who had hoped that with the election of a new president our country might finally scale back our military presence worldwide. With over 700 military bases in over 120 countries and a never-changing foreign policy, this seemed liked the prime time in our political history to adopt the non-intervention strategy and open up trading with foreign …

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Say this statement to a friend or family members and you are likely to get that all familiar look. You know the, “what what have you been smoking look?” Is there any real evidence to this global agenda and can it really be tied into a luciferian cult like goal? The answer is easy to find and even may shock …

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This election cycle, the candidates, and the mainstream media are a joke. Sadly many people still like hearing and even saying the same jokes over and over. The punch lines never changes, the laughter fades, and the reality of the situation kicks in. These candidates do not represent the American people, but instead are front men or spokes people for …

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Cognitive dissonance is defined by Merriam-Webster as “psychological conflict resulting from incongruous beliefs and attitudes held simultaneously.” A conflict in beliefs as it relates to facts is a definition I like to use. In other words, someone holding on to their beliefs so strongly that even when presented with facts against their beliefs they still have the same views. Believing …

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