User Posts: Dr. Christopher W. Smithmyer
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Game Review: Slaughterville Director’s Cut

This game is worth picking up. It is a storytelling game, so that means you are sitting down for the full 1.5 hours if you have a full group.

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Review: Election Night In America

It is a game you can pick up at any time and people can play across the political divide. Election Night in America has the ability to get people talking, ...

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Game Review: Brutality Wargame RPG

While this wargame is for adults only, it's a solid addition to any wargame or RPG collection.

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Game Review: QB54 for Your Back Yard

There is nothing on the market like this. It is easy to haul (it even fits in my little convertible), it is playable by anyone, and if you need more challenge ...

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Gun Holster Review: Upper Hand Holsters OWB Conceal Carry Holster

Whether for self-defense or bugging out, good gear can keep you alive. If you are looking for a primary hand holster for your gun, this is a great option.

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Game Review: Voyage Home – An Odyssey

This is a great mid-box game for your collection. Anyone can play fairly easy, but the balancing speed and planning will take many game plays to master.

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Et Tu EU: How the European Union is Leading the Way in Vaccine Human Rights Abuses

Denying people access because they did not receive an "unwanted or experimental medical procedure" is illegal by international treaty law.

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The Double Standard: CDC’s Abuse Of The Cruise Industry & What We Can Do About It

Data that supports the media narrative is broadcast widely; data that helps people make choices against the narrative is suppressed.

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To Be or Not To Be Vaccinate: Can the State Force Us to Take the Jab?

The big question is, "does the government have the right to force me to get the jab?" The answer is no, not under any circumstances.

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Systematic, Institutional Destruction: How the Biden Regime is Undermining the United States, Right by Right

We have a right to be secure in our papers, persons, and homes but Biden's exchequer is taking away law-abiding citizens' chance at autonomy.

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Crypto: Where Are We Going With Dollars

Crypto is good for the little guy - the big corporations and banks don't have control of it yet. Fortunes will be made or lost on the crypto markets.

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MAGA Coin Cryptocurrency: A Tool of the Pro-America Movement

this is the state of affairs that the trillion dollar tech industry keeps in place with lobbying dollars (read bribes) to dishonest politicians. This system ...

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Game Review: Mozark’s Cubockle

For a fun family yard game - manufactured in the United States - for all your summer parties, look no further than Mozark's Cubockle.

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Apparitions of Independence: Where Do Our Rights Over Our Own Bodies End?

The rights of the individual should not be sacrificed because of the fear of the multitudes. As a nation, we need a Convention of States to bring the ...

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Game Review: Nova Lux – Impendium

Number of Players: 6 Time: Approx 1 Hour Age: 10+ Gamer Type: Strategy, Casual Game Type: Strategy, Space Quest Complexity: 6 If you enjoyed ...

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Satire: Biden Nominates New Transportation Secretary

With Buttigeig's recent BikeGate scandal, it's not surprising that Joe Biden is looking for a new leader of the Department of Transportation.

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It’s Time to Cruise: NRN Announces Its First Pro-America Cruise

New Right Network is thrilled to announce its first Pro-America Cruise, booking now and departing for the beautiful Caribbean on October 31.

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Death by 1,000 Cuts: How Democrats are Using the Long Game to Take Away the Second Amendment

Progressives are known for saying "If it saves but one life." These suggestions could save thousands of lives a year, not just from gun crime, but from other ...

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Game Review: Nova Lux

Overall, this is a great small box game. Space is a great theme for gaming and Nova Lux will not disappoint.

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The Rise of Cultural Terrorism in the United States

In the United States, we are facing a new manifestation of terrorism: cultural terrorism. We need to address it.

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  1. If you look, I noted that there was a conflict of interest for every member of the Senate. That point is not lost on me. I would like to thank you for taking the time to partially read the article. We appriciate your patronage

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