A veteran of Viet Nam, student of history (both American and film), Jeffrey Bennett has been broadcasting for over eighteen years as host of Perspectives on America, and later - 'Life, Liberty & All That Jazz.' Jeff is considered the voice of reason on the alternative media - providing a unique and distinctive broadcast style, including topics such as health and wellness, news, political satire - with a twist, education and editorial commentary on current events through the teaching of history.
In addition, Jeff publishes The Federal Observer - a daily on-line publication, which co-authored and spear-headed a petition, which ultimately caused new legislation to be signed by President George W. Bush within 450 days of the events that rocked our world on September 11, 2001.
It won’t be long before governments around the world, including the one in Washington – self-destruct.
Strong words, but anything less would be naïve.
As economist Herbert Stein once said, “If something cannot go on forever, it has a tendency to stop.” Case in point: fiat money political regimes. Interventionist economies of the West are in a fatal downward spiral, comparable to that of the Roman Empire in the second century, burdened with unsustainable debt and the antiprosperity policies of governments, especially the Green New Deal. Continue reading →
Covid vaccines have a “disproportionate” injury rate, with injuries including “strokes, blood clots, heart attacks, amputations and neurological conditions”, a senior Conservative MP has said.
Speaking to the Pandemic Response and Recovery All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG), former Government Minister and APPG Co-Chair Esther McVey said: “A reporting system that misses as many as 98 out of 100 adverse reactions, inevitably misses safety signals.” Continue reading →
The New COVID-19 Vaccines for Fall 2023: What You Need to Know
The global battle against the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and as we approach the fall of 2023, there are new developments in the vaccine front. With the emergence of new strains and the need for updated vaccines, it’s crucial to stay informed. Here’s a comprehensive look at the new COVID-19 vaccines coming out in the fall of 2023.
Recently someone sent me a copy of the Whistleblower magazine, which is published by World Net Daily (580 E Street, P.0. Box 100, Hawthorne, Nevada 89415-0100). I’d heard of this magazine but never seen it until now. The copy I was sent was the April, 2023 issue and all of it dealt with what goes on in public schools today and none of it is fun reading by any means. But then, what goes on in government schools in our day is not exactly fun reading either–not fun, but necessary to know. Continue reading →
As the Bolshevik Democrats destroy the American Republic directly in front of our eyes, the RINOs simply sit on their hands while making wimpy excuses about why they shouldn’t impeach an obvious criminal currently residing in the White House – Joe Biden.
When Pelosi was Speaker of the House, she had no problem impeaching President Trump not once, but twice on completely ridiculous charges. Now the Republican Speaker of The House, Kevin McCarthy, can’t find the backbone to impeach Biden – even though he is armed with ample and overwhelming evidence of Joe’s treasonous crimes. Continue reading →
I recently got a tract from Frontline Ministries in Columbia, South Carolina that dealt with Christian pastors ignoring what goes on in government schools. The author of the tract, E. Ray Moore, Th. M. noted some interesting statistics regarding the attitudes of many Christian pastors regarding the mushrooming anti-Christian bias in what passes for education in public (government) schools. This is something I have noted in evangelical circles for almost five decades now. Many evangelicals, pastors included, if given their choice, will defend public education rather than expose its evils. Then they wonder why they have problems with their kids who went to public schools! Continue reading →
I am not a big fan of Federal Government disaster relief. Too much of the time the money never gets to those who need it most, and too often Washington’s armies of disaster “experts” are more interested in pushing people around than helping them.
Nevertheless, it’s hard to look at recent footage of the devastation in Maui and then hear President Biden tell Congress that he needs another $24 billion for Ukraine. How can this Administration continue to justify tens of billions of dollars for this losing war that is not in our interest while the rest of the United States disintegrates?
Biden’s new $24 billion request comes on top of well over $120 billion already spent to fight the US proxy war on Russia in Ukraine. Heritage Foundation budget expert Richard Stern has done the math and determined that Biden’s spending on the Ukraine war thus far will cost each and every American household $900. How many Americans would rather have those $900 dollars back in their pocket rather than in the pockets of Lockheed-Martin, Raytheon, and Ukraine’s oligarchs? Continue reading →
For almost five years now I have been writing a weekly and then a Biweekly Preventing Cancer and Nutrition BULLETIN. Recently I had to admit my wife into the Rest home and find it almost too hard to continue writing my BULLETIN. I have enjoyed the wonderful three hundred and fifty friends and family throughout the world that I have had the privilege of knowing and receiving emails over these years. Thank you for your overwhelming response.
Since my wife is in the rest home, I have only one more book to finish. I do not have the time to do all of the wonderful things that I have done in the past and want to thank you for being a very active, wonderful, and participating part of my life.
The Suicide of the United States of America
In THIS last BULLETIN, I am sorry that I am leaving you a nation in turmoil. We have slowly sunk into the mud of a failing government, failing economy, and very weak military establishment, while corruption is weaving its way in and out of our government. China is just outside the gate, waiting for the gate to be open, so their mighty military can come marching in. Continue reading →
According to records, the former NIH Director, Dr. Francis Collins, and former NIAID Director, Dr. Anthony Fauci, made huge profits from royalty checks during the Chinese virus-fueled pandemic. At the same time, thousands of people struggled to put food on the table.
OpenTheBooks, a transparency organization, recently released over 1,500 unredacted records revealing the leaders of the country’s National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases profited off the virus that killed thousands of people.
On top of that, Fauci funded the Wuhan Institute of Virology to research the Coronavirus. Continue reading →
Friend Bennett and I share an uncommon appreciation for literature, notably Charles Dickens.
Our love of music brought us together many years ago in a blues club where I played. The club’s name escapes me, yet this encounter kindled a splendid friendship, and many discussions about music, art, and literature; especially the works of the author whose name I share along with some ancestry.
Jeff and I frequently gab about books, especially Dickens’ writings. One such chinwag launched this collection of commentaries based on Mr. Dickens’ novels and characters.
I quipped in the first of the series that I fully expected the Newspeak-police to revoke my literary license for taking liberties with Dickens’ work. A black van has been parked in the neighborhood lately, replacing the helicopters that stopped circling a week ago. ;)
This commentary is an interpretive parallel based on a character in the novel David Copperfield (1849). Dickens connected character traits to a name so masterfully that they remain analogous to this day. His fascinating and enduring descriptions give us an image to link to the message. Continue reading →
The ancient cities of Sodom and Gomorrah had one bad reputation for their personal relationships, but at least they weren’t confused. The Romans, particularly the emperors and their elites (the rich and powerful) kept stables of sex slaves and thought nothing about indulging their most perverse lusts. But they weren’t confused. They knew the difference between lasciviousness and marriage. The fact they didn’t care was a matter of immorality but it didn’t interfere with their consciousness that marriage was man/woman, all else was just self gratification in various forms. Continue reading →
Is time running out for America? Throughout human history, great civilizations have risen and fell, and many believe that the U.S. will be no exception. At this point, we have already drifted so far from our core values that our founders would not even be able to recognize the Republic that they once established if they were alive today. Of course most Americans realize that something has gone horribly wrong, but most of them also believe that sending the right people to Washington is the answer. But is that really the solution to what ails us? Continue reading →
“Every day in communities across the United States, children and adolescents spend the majority of their waking hours in schools that have increasingly come to resemble places of detention more than places of learning.” ~ Investigative journalist Annette Fuentes
This is what it means to go back-to-school in America today.
Instead of being taught the three R’s of education (reading, writing and arithmetic), young people are being drilled in the three I’s of life in the American police state: indoctrination, intimidation and intolerance. Continue reading →
Moral injury is driving teachers out of the profession. Here’s how to help them stay.
Protesters gather at the State Capitol in Salem, Oregon, on February 18, 2019, calling for education funding during the “March for Our Students” rally.
Soon after Annie Phan started teaching at a small San Francisco public high school in 2017, she realized Stanford’s teacher education program had not prepared her for the moral and ethical complexities she would face. Many students are low-income, with an chronic absenteeism rate of about 40 percent, and the school itself has few resources (like counselors) to compensate. Continue reading →
This is a great victory even if it only saved a few of the thousands of trafficked people. Finding them and all those missing children is a blessing. I will say prayers for the victims and for the law officers that have to investigate this crime. Please Please start showing us the criminals faces. This is a federal/local law mission why not make sure these people are on a website we can access and all over the news? Why let them be anonymous? They shouldn’t have that right when they have taken other ( and lets face it women and children’s) rights from them and forced them into a horroible life. ~ PaisleySzuSzu
In the words of Sam Cooke, ‘a change is gonna come!‘
July 12, 2021 ~ Something is terribly wrong with the Education ‘Village‘ of America – the complete breakdown of America’s government controlled education system through indoctrination and Socialism. Our children have become truly ‘damned‘ and will have little chance to truly succeed in this nation – UNLESS – the system can be overturned.
This commentary was so-named because of then First Lady, Hillary Clinton’s comment, “It takes a village to raise a child.” In addition to my feelings that our children are truly ‘damned‘ as long as this system is allowed to continue.
The ‘Village‘ is the place that I would not wish to be in today. I was privileged to participate in one of the last non-socialist school systems. Hell – I also know that the conversion had already begun, but I had great teachers. At 73 years of age – I can still picture and name over 90% of those whose care I was placed into. Continue reading →
… the unifying vision of Martin Luther King has been betrayed by BLM and their fellow Leftist Zealots
During one of the most famous and admired orations of all time, Dr Martin Luther King spoke of ‘the fierce urgency of now‘ that compelled him to call for social justice.
Re-reading his whole ‘I Have a Dream‘ speech, delivered at Washington DC’s Lincoln Memorial 60 years ago this month, it still shimmers with beauty and brilliance.
The ‘urgency’ King invoked in his plea to right the racial wrongs of America’s past did, indeed, lead to some rapid results.
The dream he laid out, that his ‘four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin but by the content of their character‘ was followed quickly by the great legislative accomplishments of the civil rights movement.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed discrimination on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex or national origin. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 outlawed the discriminatory practices adopted by many southern states after the Civil War.
But it wasn’t just desegregation and voting rights that King demanded on August 28, 1963. Continue reading →