I would love your input on the final cover design for my upcoming book, “The 2-Minute Freedom Challenge: How to Regain Our Lives, Our Liberty and Our Loot”. But before I finalize the cover art for the paperback and hardcover versions, I want your input on the colours.
Today I have some absolutely fantastic news. Last night I received an email from Kelly at MailPoet support (She's awesome!). We've been working for the past two weeks to sort out why MailPoet hasn’t worked on 2MinuteFreedomChallenge.com. We finally have it all sorted out, which is very … [Read More...]
On November 1st I began filming a daily video about how we can, by taking a couple of minutes per day, win back some of the freedoms we’ve lost over the past 20 months. I call it the 2-Minute Freedom Challenge – a 100-day video challenge to see what impact I can make in my personal sphere of … [Read More...]
The other day someone sent me an undated newspaper clipping of an article - a poem, really - titled "Stop Your Gaslighting Games" with the attribution to Instagram user @freyakellet. I hopped onto Instagram to see if I could find the original source. Freya Kellet was easy to find. Her Instagram … [Read More...]
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is proud of a few things, and rightly so. First, DeSantis ended all COVID-related restrictions and lockdown measures on July 1st, 2021, completing the job he started in September 2020. The legislation, passed by the Florida Legislature last week, bars state and … [Read More...]
Alberta Justice Adam Germain tore up the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, then spit the tattered remains in the face of Calgary Pastor Artur Pawlowski. Why? Because Pastor Pawlowski dares hold an opinion unapproved by our political masters. Justice Germain believed it was his duty to crush … [Read More...]
There I was, minding my own business when a Facebook Messenger notification popped up on my screen. Needing a break from the project I'm working on, I opened the message and found the most hilarious cover of Foreigner's Hot Blooded I've ever heard. Because we all need a laugh now and then, and … [Read More...]
On August 11th, 21-year-old Shamaya Lynn, an Altamonte Springs resident, was on a Zoom call with a co-worker when she suddenly fell backwards and was unresponsive. This coincided with a loud bang. That bang was the gunshot that killed the young woman instantly. Veondre Avery, Lynn's boyfriend … [Read More...]