Black Out Civilization: Robotic Terrorism

My new book “Blackout Warfare” warns that drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can be used to black out national power grids.

Now, according to an FBI and DHS memo recently reported in the press, in July 2020 a drone made a failed attack on the Pennsylvania electric power grid. The drone, trailing electrical conductors intended to short out high-voltage powerlines at a transformer substation, crashed on a roof before reaching its target.

The perpetrator has not yet been identified.

Continue reading

Chris Stapleton: Smooth as Tennessee whiskey

Chris Stapleton brought his All-American Roadshow to Tulsa Friday night, performing in front of a capacity crowd gathered inside the BOK Center. The Kentucky native isn’t known for spectacular showmanship, but connects with his audience solely through his music.

Stapleton is a bona fide country music superstar.

Moving to Nashville in 2001, Stapleton spent a year studying engineering at Vanderbilt University but dropped out to pursue a career in music. A Grammy Award songwriter (five to date), Stapleton has written over 150 songs for artists like George Strait, Kenny Chesney and Luke Bryan.

Continue reading

Yes Virginia is for parents

The parents of Virginia and across the nation awoke during Covid’s forced remote learning tyranny to discover public schools teaching evil – racism and sexual perversion — immoral, if not pure evil. 

Then, when parents went to their local school board they were dismissed, insulted, attacked, and prosecuted with the U.S. Attorney General sending the FBI to target them. Their proper reaction reflected from coast to coast gives heart to all that elections can have consequences positive for the people – that reason can prevail – that bat-shit-crazy Leftists can be successfully opposed even in deep blue states. Momma Bear and Pappa Bear are powerful to protect their cubs when riled.

Continue reading

Space wars on solar, fusion energy, mining

In an expansive interview by Yonah Jeremy Bob in The Jerusalem Post November 4, former CIA space analyst Tim Chrisman warns that the U.S. may fall behind China in the areas of extracting energy in space and mining space materials.

“… upcoming areas of potentially transferring solar energy and maybe even fusion-based energy, as well as unique space materials for mining from space, are completely off the general public’s radar. At the same time, these issues may be far more transformative in terms of competition between nations and how humanity’s future is framed.”

Continue reading

Winterfest returns to Downtown Tulsa

The time has come to bundle up and enjoy the magical spirit of the holidays as Tulsa’s favorite winter festival returns to downtown Tulsa. The 14th Annual Arvest Winterfest presented with CommunityCare will kick off another season of holiday fun beginning on Friday, November 19 through Monday, January 3. This is the first year the event has been open the week before Thanksgiving, which will allow for an extra week of holiday cheer! 

The season opens at 5PM on Friday, November 19 and the party continues that night with festive lights and sounds from 5-8PM at the Share the Light opening ceremony presented by PSO. Local performers will help ring in another holiday season as the festival comes to life with the lighting of the iconic Winterfest tree. 

Continue reading