U.S. Pushes Boundaries of Power With Libya Drone Strike

In yesterday’s post, I asked readers to vote on whether or not they found drone strikes to be ethical. I intentionally left the details on the matter vague, because I wanted to see what the initial reactions would be to such a question. To my surprise, none of those who voted marked “no”, and most … Continue reading U.S. Pushes Boundaries of Power With Libya Drone Strike

Exploring Texas: Visiting Waco and the Magnolia Market

Taking a small break from the insane hustle and bustle of typical college life and being a film major, my girlfriend and I drove to Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas, and enjoyed the slower pace, the rustic aesthetic, and the lovely atmosphere of the entire location. My girlfriend is a big fan of the Fixer … Continue reading Exploring Texas: Visiting Waco and the Magnolia Market

America Continues to Buck the Establishment as Luther Strange Loses Alabama Seat

Continuing a recent trend that won’t seem to stop, Alabama incumbent senator Luther Strange lost his senate seat to the anti-establishment candidate, Roy Moore. While this might not seem like such a big deal, it’s actually huge, as President Donald Trump, as well as Senator Mitch McConnell both endorsed Strange heavily, pumping plenty of money … Continue reading America Continues to Buck the Establishment as Luther Strange Loses Alabama Seat

Germany’s Recent Election Shows How Open Borders Have Shifted the Nation Right

While American politics are much more in my realm of knowledge, I always find it important to look at how European nations are faring, as they act as a sort of barometer for how left-wing policies turn out over a long period of time. Since the formation of the EU, we’ve seen several nations benefit … Continue reading Germany’s Recent Election Shows How Open Borders Have Shifted the Nation Right

Why NFL Players Shouldn’t Kneel During the Anthem

If you’ve been watching the news, following on Twitter, or are just a fan of the NFL, then you’ve probably seen the absolute meltdown occur between the President of the United States and seemingly every major football team. Essentially, President Trump went on a series of Twitter rants, first disinviting NBA player Steph Curry from … Continue reading Why NFL Players Shouldn’t Kneel During the Anthem

Republicans Turn on Sen. Rand Paul as Trump Pressures Republicans to Deliver on Health Care

As news broke today that Senator John McCain wouldn’t be supporting the new Republican healthcare bill, I lost whatever little faith I had in the Republican Party and the political establishment. I’ve mentioned before that health care and immigration are the two greatest concerns of this nation’s citizens, and Republicans have gained their newfound party … Continue reading Republicans Turn on Sen. Rand Paul as Trump Pressures Republicans to Deliver on Health Care