The New Space Race Will Be Lead By A Space Force

Written by Michael W. Howell
Senior Writer and Editor at Fighting the Tyranny

What does a country with over 700 military bases in over 130 countries do next? What could possibly be the last remaining Superpower’s next move having already conquered global dominance through its military might? An expansion, of course. This time the threat is inter-galaxy. Or is it interstellar? I better brush up on my, what use to be considered as Sci-Fi talk, because it looks like I may need to know the lingo now with America, or Earth, getting a Space Force! Yes, a Space Force. Remember our reactions when Newt Gingrich talked about the need for a Mars exploration during a Presidential debate? Well, President Donald Trump’s announcement Monday wasn’t that of expanding space exploration, or even a new mission to hopefully uncover new technology. Nope, the silliness of this administration hit a new laughable level with his revealing of a new “Space Force.” Continue reading “The New Space Race Will Be Lead By A Space Force”


The Growing Pains of a Third Party

Written by Michael D Jacobsen
Staff Writer at Fighting the Tyranny

For years many people have been disappointed in the two-party monopoly that has plagued modern politics. The corruption among both parties had come to a boiling point. The frustration with the two major parties began to find itself struggling over crucial issues relative to the party. After the 2012 Presidential Campaign and leading into 2016 election, voters started to leave the major parties and join a lesser known party called the Libertarian Party. The initial surge in growth of the party was fueled by Republicans who were fed up with how the party treated Ron Paul in 2012. New arrivals to the Libertarian Party also included Democrats who did not like how Bernie Sanders was treated in 2016. Of course, when these two groups try to unite under one banner, there are going to be some substantial ideological problems that will arise. I think most people who joined liked the idea of less military spending and less foreign policy by way of war. There are many issues that plenty of people who joined agree on regardless of what party they were with before. Continue reading “The Growing Pains of a Third Party”

Slipping Out Of The Matrix No. 3

By Nichole Wilde
Senior Writer and Editor at Fighting the Tyranny

Fundamental to the discussion of escaping from what has been dubbed “The Matrix Reality,” is a strong understanding of right and wrong actions. An overwhelming amount of people asked will tell you that there is no objective right or wrong action; it all depends upon the intention of the person doing the action. This is categorically false and is a philosophy that has underpinned the building of the false and inhumane Matrix Reality on top of our actual reality. The philosophy is formally called solipsism. Solipsism is a decaying force in civilized societies. Continue reading “Slipping Out Of The Matrix No. 3”

Slipping Out Of The Matrix: An Essay Series No. 2

By Nichole Wilde
Senior Writer and Editor at Fighting the Tyranny

What you focus on expands. This is a vital and important Hermetic principle that the Powers That Were understand deeply and fully. Those who desire to slip out of the Matrix should consider this axiom and come to understand it. The people who would control the world understand the power of the human individual focus so deeply that they have spent eons in time and energy to learn how to manipulate and direct the focus of individuals exactly how they desire. Picture the power of your individual focus to be like that of a laser beam. It can destroy and maim and blind those in its path. Now consider joining the powerful beams of tens or even hundreds of thousands of individual lasers and you can understand both the power of a collective focus and the desire to be the one who would direct it. Continue reading “Slipping Out Of The Matrix: An Essay Series No. 2”

Slipping Out Of The Matrix: An Essay Series No. 1

By Nichole Wilde
Senior Writer and Editor at Fighting the Tyranny

Here we are at the end of April 2018, with the world looking very much like a dystopian nightmare. Readers of this page likely have an idea that what we are being told is going on is not entirely nor exactly what is actually going on. We have come to realize that humanity, specifically, Americans, have been duped for at least several generations into a kind of mass sleep of consent to a kind of soft enslavement. Once we grasp the reality of that: we have consented to our own, and each other’s, enslavement, we have a moral responsibility to stop consenting. Continue reading “Slipping Out Of The Matrix: An Essay Series No. 1”

Sophia, Artificial Intelligence, And The New Future Of Currency

By Michael W. Howell
Staff Writer and Senior Editor at Fighting The Tyranny

We are incrementally and methodically inching towards the technocratic era that Zbigniew Brezinski’s book titled, Between Two Ages, spoke of. The push for transhumanism is in hyper-drive as we try to catch up to the technology that we once only dreamed could exist. In the past, we seemed to control the technology, however, as the boom in artificial intelligence rises we may be the ones chasing the technology in the near future. From virtual clouds that can store what appears to be unlimited data to a new blockchain technology promising to revolutionize our monetary system, we are seeing a massive wave surging mankind into the digital age unlike years prior.

What we used to marvel at as science fiction is now performing out live, in real-time, on stages around the world at high-tech conventions. Investors are mortgaging the farm to jump onboard the latest advancement and growth opportunities that artificial intelligence promises. Continue reading “Sophia, Artificial Intelligence, And The New Future Of Currency”

Firearms 101: The Logical Understanding Against The Hogg-Wash Agenda

By Michael W. Howell
Staff writer and Senior Editor at Fighting the Tyranny

With every mass shooting that happens in America, one thing is a guarantee – gun control talks. The airwaves fill with Operation Mockingbird-style disinformation and the collectivists seem to find the most ill-informed individuals on the planet to represent the latest emotional argument surrounding firearms. As the networks pound out the non-stop round the clock coverage on the latest news of the events each segment can be seen with an “expert” on to talk about gun violence. To listen to these experts talk about firearms is equivalent to hearing a lecture on basketweaving from me. However, even I think I could get more basketweaving terms correct in my foolishness than these “experts” can get correct about firearms. Continue reading “Firearms 101: The Logical Understanding Against The Hogg-Wash Agenda”

The Shadow Government’s Deep State

Written by: Michael W. Howell
Staff writer and Senior Editor at Fighting the Tyranny

We are now well over a year after the election of President Donald Trump over the heavily favored and seasoned career politician, Hillary Clinton. The election was seen as middle America rising against the Deep State controlled Republic in the effort to “Make America Great Again.” The economy was in the tank from the previous administration and unemployment, when real numbers were used, showed little signs of growth from the middle-class. The American people were fed up and looking for answers. What have we really gotten in reality? Same company with a new CEO. Continue reading “The Shadow Government’s Deep State”

The First Televised Libertarian Debate Introduced Party Stances to the Nation

The party of liberty and freedom wasted no time in last nights first televised Libertarian debate expressing their views and the party’s stance. With a message that you just do not hear from the other two parties, the Libertarian candidates drilled home the message of the Libertarian Party. Self freedom, small government, addressing undeclared wars, and many issues that the party holds dear in order to preserve liberties and freedoms were highlighted with many great views expressed. With so many people getting more and more discouraged with the two party system this was a great opportunity for the Libertarian candidates to not only get their message out, but a great way for the tiring voting populace to hear a refreshing message that starts at the roots of liberty.

While there were three candidates onstage vying for the party’s nomination, what was really at stake was the message of the Libertarian Party. All three candidates did a good job in promoting the message of Libertarians and showed the true difference in establishment candidates and real Constitutional values.

The debate stage was nothing new to veteran presidential candidate Gary Johnson who came into the debate as the party favorite. We will see if he was able to maintain that status. Having ran for President before Gary Johnson seemed to have picked up right where his past attempts left off at. One thing he made clear was that the Libertarian is not a party of isolationist, but non interventionist. This has been at the root of misunderstanding of the party and last nights debate was a great moment to clear the air about the differences between the two views. Gary Johnson stated that it was our foreign policy that creates and promotes perpetual wars as well as the dangers of not going to congress for a declaration of war. His view was that Congress needs to be a part of the decision to go to war and the power needs to stay with Congressional approval.

“…I think our military intervention has made things worst.” – Gary Johnson


When it came to John McAfee’s response to John Stossel’s question about how the Libertarian Party is seen as isolationist, I think he gave a great response.

“I think isolationism is taking on the role of world policemen. Making us a separate entity from the rest of the world. We are the policemen and you are the people we police. So no, we are not isolationist at all.” – John McAfee

“…what has created terrorism? Our interference of affairs in foreign states.” – John McAfee

He is absolutely correct in this statement and it is a clear issue with the Libertarian Party. One misconception about the party is the foreign policy and I believe all three candidates did a great job in clearing the air as far as the difference in non interventionist and isolationist.


Austin Petersen brought up the fact that President Thomas Jefferson fought the Islamic threat while abiding by the law at the same time.

“We’ve got to stand up to people that use every tragedy as an excuse to take away our Constitutional rights. Now listen, Thomas Jefferson had the Islamic terrorist of his day. He still managed to fight them Constitutionally.” – Austin Petersen

The post debate polls that I have seen has Austin Petersen winning the debate. One online poll I saw has Petersen at 54%, while Gary Johnson trailed at a distant 19%. John McAfee in that poll wasn’t to far behind at 15% with the remaining votes going to undecided and others.

One hot topic in the Libertarian Party is the war on drugs. It has been proven to be ineffective and has done nothing to stop drug use, but in reality only grew the drug cartel and has caused many needless deaths in the process. The Libertarian view is that your body is yours to do with as you and only you see fit. As long as I don’t infringe in someone else’s rights then my life is mine to do with as I wish. Now this is a broad statement, however, it is a simple statement at the same time. You may not agree with how I am living my life or the choices I make, but they are my choice alone to make. Moral can’t and shouldn’t be regulated.

There was a Facebook question that got injected in the debate and that question came from Facebook user Lonni Nemo Long when they asked, “People always say that Libertarians will cut the safety net and welfare programs to non existence. How would you address the welfare state? How would it be replaced? How is it not as effective?”

Austin Petersen led off with his tax and spending plan that would “cut across the board.” He refers to it as the penny plan claiming it would put us on a path to a balanced budget.

“My plan cuts one penny from every federal dollar across the board.” – Austin Petersen


“If the American people have to balance their checkbook then so should Congress.” he went on to say. “The debt to GDP ratio is at 105%.”


Gary Johnson stated that he wanted to help those that needed the safety net, but also believes we have “gone way over the line when it comes to that.” Johnson went on to say that he believes government has gotten to big, spends to much, and taxes to much.

“I will be proposing a balanced budget to Congress which will be a 20% reduction in Federal Spending. And to do that you’ve got to include medicare, medicaid and military spending.” – Gary Johnson

Johnson is in favor of devolving medicare and medicaid to the States in order to reduce it from the budget and Federal control. And made the point that a 20% reduction in military spending only takes us back to a few years ago spending levels.

John McAfee used his time to talk about how, we as a society paid into social security with the promise that it would be there when we are older. He believes that as a Libertarian we should honor that commitment made to Americans. He quickly turned to address how bad our veterans are being treated.

“Here’s another issue. We send young men and women off to war saying go and risk your life and limb for your country. Then you come back without the limbs…well we’re sorry…this is the problem.”

The Libertarian debate also addressed the growing government and what agencies the candidates would cut. I thought Austin Petersen had the correct response. “I would cut them all. They didn’t have the right to take it from us in the first place.”

One thing that all Americans can agree on is the growth in government and their agencies. No party tackles this concern with more logic than the Libertarians. While the democrats and republicans act they they are concerned with the rise of government they both grow the government at great neck speed. The Republican party comes from the side of warmongering and foreign affairs while the democratic side attacks us from the growing welfare state. Truly an attack from the left and ride side and they are closing in fast.

While I thought the candidates did the party right as far as the answers given and staying true to party roots, I’m not sure that we have enough time to catch either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. It is the ideology and the foundation of freedom and liberties that I hope catches on and we see this country get back on track through the people of this country and not wait for some politician to come along  and give us back our rights. It is our responsibility to maintain our rights and way of life. Even if that threat exist from the inside.

John Stossel did a great job, unlike the moderators of the major two party debates, in letting the candidates answer the questions and getting the Libertarian message out there. I hope to see more debates and open dialogue from Libertarian leaning candidates and the message will take root.

Use social media, talk with family members, encourage friends to look into, ask questions about, and understand the Libertarian principals. They are the foundation and pathway to liberty that has been usurped by global elitist in the name of safety and security.

“Those that give up liberties for securities, deserve neither, liberty nor security.” – Ben Franklin

Written by: Michael Howell

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