Category Archives: The Various Blogs

C-Talk: America Launched

To the overwhelming support for my Southern Post series, I have launched C-Talk: America.

This is the link.

Thank you to my views,


C-Talk Planning to Launch a New America Blog

C-Talk: Neither Left nor Right has been rising in numbers of viewers. My southern post has been doing marginally well. With this trust in my viewers, in short time, C-Talk will launch an American equivalent that is fair, factual and balanced.

C-Talk: Neither Left nor Right.

My Political Booklist

Books that are neutral and interesting. Thought provoking and something to bring up in silent times.

1. Decision Points by George W. Bush
2. Ethical Oil by Ezra Levant
3. The Terrorist Next Door: How the Government is Deceiving You About the Islamist Threat by Erik Stakelbeck
4. Green Hell: How Environmentalists Plan to Control Your Life and What You Can Do to Stop Them. By Steven Milloy
5. Demonic; How the Liberal Mob is Endangering America by Ann Coulter
6. Shake Hands with the Devil by Romeo Dellaire
7. Soldier First by Rick Hillier
8. Courage and Consequence by Karl Rove
9. Known and Unknown by Donald Rumsfeld
10. Common Sense by Glenn Beck
11. Going Rogue by Sarah Palin
12. McLeans magazines
13. National Post and Globe and Mail

The Mega-Shift

When we look at the decay of the once great economic powers, we wonder what will be next. The plutocratic form of government we witness today, or autocratic, what about the working class or middle class. Those who can’t afford the big houses, the cars, the fancy meals. I don’t believe in a communist value. However, maybe our very survival will be on working together. Where the middle class live together. Without a direct leader, but a community that abides by personal leadership.

When we see the failures in government, we ask why does this happen, will it happen again? I don’t think society can depend on liberated values. Where we can do what we want. Feel whatever we want. Live how we please. If society has a conservative attitude, not political, but decides there needs to be control amongst ourselves, perhaps we can prosper.

I think some of the failures of our fathers is we have had too much. We didn’t need to give back. It was there, we took, we lost etc. However, that is more of a simplistic idea. Some are brought up with morals. If I have this conserve it. It might not be there later. We go into super markets, loads of food. There is a cost, but our society lives in a ways on dependency. Those who fulfill there ambitions will acquire over a while what is rightfully there’s. Some might fail, some not.

But I think society is too liberal in the value system. If we keep progressing, we will undoubtedly run amuck of things.

My opinion.