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Fighting Patterns of Kuntao and Silat

Monday, October 20, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Fighting Patterns of Kuntao and Silat

There is a distinct dearth of books on Liu Seong Gung Fu in general and Liu Seong Kuntao in particular. While there are a few, the art of Willem Reeders remains elusive and, for the most part, available only through in-person instruction from schools scattered around the country. Reeders first came to the East... »

Episode 42, “Hello, Annika”

Friday, October 17, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 42, “Hello, Annika”

  Daddy never came into the park. That was so strange. And he had changed his clothes. He always wore the same clothes, the ones she had purchased for him. She had cleaned them for him herself just yesterday. What was he doing? She... »

Technocracy: “More groveling to LGBT whiners”

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
By Phil Elmore

There is no more leveling a policy than requiring people to be who they are. My WND Technocracy column this week is the equivalent of throwing a lighted match into a room soaked in gasoline.  Let me start by saying that I have no... »


Episode 41, “Count of Ten”

Thursday, October 9, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 41, “Count of Ten”

  “Put as at the curb,” said VanClef from the passenger seat.  “Keep power applied.  We made need to reposition if they change  course.” In the driver’s seat of... »

Technocracy: Are Your Friends Secretly Taping You?

Wednesday, October 8, 2014
By Phil Elmore

If you have committed any sins, they will be exposed. My WND Technocracy column this week is about the rash of secret recordings that have made the news… and... »

Episode 40, “Shenzhen Boulevard”

Friday, October 3, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 40, “Shenzhen Boulevard”

  Neiring crossed Shenzhen Boulevard, dodging pedicabs and hydrogen bikes, to join his contact at a sidewalk hash-hut. The table was covered in grime, but outdoor tables always were.... »