Your children are part of the great reset.


About ten years ago, I wrote a short series of articles on how to use the internet safely. They covered basic security stuff but were needed at the time by a lot of people who were new to the whole idea of surfing the web. In essence, they covered the dangers, how the dangers operated … Continue reading

How dare you?


Dr. Johnson, the first lexicographer of English, said that the last refuge of a scoundrel was patriotism. It’s both witty and true, but there’s a deeper pattern he was alluding to. In a previous article, I talked about the almost lost art of oratory which according to the Greek and Roman writers of antiquity had … Continue reading

Nathan Phillips speaks with forked tongue.


Last weekend after the annual March for Life in Washington DC, an incident happened on the Saturday that encapsulates the increasing mob mentality of both social media and the fake news propaganda machine. A three-minute heavily edited video emerged from the online swamp of a group of 15-year-old students from Covington Catholic school in Kentucky … Continue reading

Internet Security 3: The Worst Sort Of Predator.


This is a nasty, distasteful and distressing area to post a topic on but if it saves the happy childhood of one kid, it’ll be worth it. If you’re a parent, which I am, anything like this is tough going but I’d encourage you to read on. I think it was Will Rogers who said … Continue reading