One Month of Common Sense Conspiracy and The Unveiling of The New and Improved Forum

Well, Common Sense Conspiracy celebrates the landmark of one month online today, and thanks to our loyal readers, it has been nothing but success thus far.  We want to deeply thank everyone that has stopped by, commented, and read our articles as we continue to aspire to satisfy our mission statement:

We filter through the bullshit so you don’t have to.

One month in, things are better than ever, and to commemorate this achievement, today marks the day that we unveil the Common Sense Conspiracy Forum.  Dedicated to discussion on conspiracy theories of all types, we hope that you will stop by and join the debate.  Registration is free and you can rest assured that your personal information will not be used or sold for any reason.  Be a part of the movement for truth.

If that isn’t exciting enough, the first 25 people to register for the forum with a valid email address and  actively participate in the discussion will receive a free copy of the eBook version of Crisis Point, the recently released thriller by Brandon Pierce.  This dynamic page-turner takes you inside the walls of Bilderberg like never before.

If you could hold the most powerful people in the world hostage for a day, what would you ask from them?  And would your demands be met?  How far would they go to save themselves?  When Thomas Allbright, world-renowned economist, chose to walk away from the Bilderberg group twenty years ago, he thought he would fade away into relative obscurity.  Now, with his only daughter held hostage and at the mercy of the whims of a terrorist mastermind, the only way to guarantee her safety is to hold the most powerful group of people in the world hostage, armed with a briefcase with an unthinkable contents.

Help Common Sense Conspiracy to continue to flourish and get some new reading material for your Nooks and Kindles at the same time.  It only takes a few seconds to register.   Get in on the discussion here!  What are you waiting for?