Who am I?
Not much of anyone, I guess. I am a husband, father, Patriot, and Rifleman. I am a martial artist, student of everything, and armchair philosopher. I’m still trying to figure things out. People have called me a late bloomer, a thinker, and a dreamer.
It’s my goal to be a doer, a man of action, and I am doing my damndest to be those things. I believe that a good plan now is better than a perfect plan next week.
I enjoy liberty, and understand the differences between it, freedom, and agency. I really like being unmolested by pretty much everyone, from the government to academia, and especially from busybodies, wannabe theocrats, and polypragmatoi of all persuasions. That means I also like my privacy, by default (not secrecy, that’s different).
I wonder, if my rifle makes me a criminal, and my encryption program makes me a terrorist, does Diane Feinstein’s vagina make her a prostitute?
I’m trying to figure life out as I go, not make too many mistakes, and improve what I can.
It’s like Robert Plant wrote.
“Yes, there are two paths you can go by
“But in the long run
“There’s still time to change the road you’re on.”
I’m a registered nurse and dad to two young boys. My goal is to instill upon them a sense of their heritage, while at the same time leaving them with a body of resources and skills to continue on after my passing. I’m working all the time to acquire and build a proper mindset, skills-set, and tool-set that will be of a great benefit to them in the coming Troubles.
I feel badly regarding the state of the world, and their inheritance. There is change coming; and I don’t think it’s for the best. To that end, this blog is going to serve as sort of a repository of knowledge. My goal is that it will become a sort of online textbook. It will have commentary, news, and analysis of current events occasionally. More than that, I am endeavoring to write the things that I learn, collect them concisely, and condense them into easy reading. Some of this information you simply will not find anywhere else.
Comments are always welcome. I desire to expand my body of knowledge all of the time. Constructive criticism is always appreciated.