Michael A. Charbon

January 4, 2021
Lost Year Lessons

Lost Year Lessons

Michael A. Charbon addresses the wounds of 2020. Where feelings of pain, defeat, loss, depression, and self-doubt were the direct results of a pandemic. Michael encourages us to grasp our deep and very personal power within, to visualize and create optimism. We can all realize the great potential in 2021. Resilience, self-determination and personal positive power will propel us all to better times, as we all will rise again.
December 18, 2020
Cool glass of Kool-Aid

Drinking The Kool-Aid

Michael A. Charbon speaks to a term used many times as a rebuttal to one who has a strong alternative view on politics. You might just hear this colloquialism at the festive table this season as political discussion may accompany your dinner. Michael gives some insight into the term and some topic suggestions one can deflect to as a new administration is inevitable in 2021.
December 14, 2020
The Honey Trap

The Honey Trap

Michael A. Charbon speaks to how main stream media and big tech act as self-appointed gate keepers of what Americans are offered as current news. Where a sexpionage scandal showed how vulnerable political officials still are to one of the oldest temptations “the honey trap”. More alarming was how the story was ignored between the lines of sausage meat news reporting.
December 2, 2020

Section 230 to Parler

Michael A. Charbon speaks to Federal Section 230 mandating Big Tech promise to be impartial, limit censorship and promote free speech. Unsurprising data reveals political bias, excessive censorship and suppression tactics blatantly prevail. PARLER is the bright light for free speech as a growing platform of unfiltered expression.