It’s been 16 years since America was attacked and the Twin Towers fell in New York, but for many people, the events of September 11th feel like just yesterday. No moment in the past fifty years affected our nation more, no event personally hurt so many lives, and no moment changed our national stance on … Continue reading Why We Can’t Afford to Forget 9/11
Something that has never made sense to me in modern politics is how political parties that side with mass and unfiltered immigration also want the government to have massive control over economic freedoms and typically have a large social safety net. The European Union has adopted this failing policy, much to their detriment, and … Continue reading America Needs to Decide Between Having Open Borders or a Welfare State
A massive point of confusion I’ve noticed these past months in the realm of politics is in the conflict between perceived fascists, and alleged anti-fascists. Somehow in 2017, the definitions of the term fascist have become so loose, that practically anyone who disagrees with far-left policies can be defined as one. This is dangerous, as … Continue reading Being Anti-Fascism Doesn’t Excuse Violent Behavior
In big news, a federal judge dismissed Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against the failing New York Times, claiming that the false allegations made towards her were part and parcel of a free press where anything is allowed to be printed. While this isn’t surprising, I feel that this is almost the final nail in the rotting … Continue reading Freedom of the Press is Being Abused to Spread Lies
If you weren’t watching the Game of Thrones season finale on HBO tonight, then the odds are you caught at least some glimpse of MTV’s Video Music Awards, or the VMA’s. Continuing the yearly tradition, the VMA’s were once again a trainwreck of cringey moments as manufactured “pop” icons stopped doing drugs and abusing their … Continue reading Why the VMA’s Are Propaganda and Not Entertainment
Today I wanted to try out a new sort of blog, one where I respond to a comment left by a reader who disagrees with an opinion I have laid out on a blog. The catalyst for this decision was after I spent a solid 15 minutes writing out a reply to a valid question … Continue reading Response to a Reader: Why is the Affordable Care Act Considered a Failure?
In somewhat predictable news today, Breitbart head and former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon was removed from his position today by President Trump. The decision has been in the tea leaves for the past couple of weeks, and several publications, most notably insider Roger Stone on Infowars, predicted this move. Despite this, the decision … Continue reading BREAKING: Steve Bannon Fired From Trump’s Staff; Proves Nobody is Safe in White House
A worrying trend that's been popping up since the events in Charlottesville is how quickly everyone has been to justify the actions of hate groups and terrorists in order to condemn White Supremacists and Neo-Nazis. I've seen scores of celebrities and political figures say that immigration, radical Islam, and Antifa are somehow non-issues, and that … Continue reading It’s Time to Stop Justifying Evil
Today, in good news, President Trump announced that the UN decided to put heavy sanctions on North Korea, with the vote passing 15-0. This is also coincides with the US ordering that the US pulls out all citizens from North Korea within a certain time frame, which has a correlation with the murder of Otto … Continue reading Are We Going to Go to War With North Korea?
Continuing a worrying pattern, yet another member of Trump’s White House has gotten the boot. This time the person of note is Anthony Scaramucci, the White House Communications Director, appointed just 10 days ago. “The Mooch” as he was nicknamed made a big splash in DC, but has spent the past couple of days mired … Continue reading Chaos in Trump’s White House: Anthony Scaramucci Removed After Only 10 Days