"Senator Paul typically keeps the holiday season cheery with his "Airing of Grievances" Festivus tweets (which will be coming this Sunday, despite the government shutdown), but this useful breakdown of where government funding is wasted was a welcome treat."
In a strange abuse of power today, the ever-devolving social network, Twitter, banned political consultant and unofficial Trump adviser Roger Stone. Stone is no stranger to using his platform for controversy, and after a heated exchange between several CNN correspondents over the Russian probing situation that they made up yet still won’t let go, Stone … Continue reading Twitter Continues Power Trip by Banning Roger Stone
Today I read multiple articles from mainstream outlets criticizing Trump after he Tweeted about the increased crime rate in the UK, and how he believes it's related to massive influx of Islamic migrants moving there. While the politically correct outlets rushed to hide this story and point out fallacy ridden reasons why Trump was wrong, … Continue reading An Interesting Analysis of Twitter
Just yesterday, J.K. Rowling, arguably the most popular living author, made it a point to slander the President of the United States based off a tweet she saw on her timeline. Without taking just two seconds to verify that what she was sharing was indeed true, Rowling posted to her millions of followers that President … Continue reading How J.K. Rowling Showed Our Society Has a Lying Problem
One of my favorite things about 2017 is that I can open up Twitter and see that the President of the United States has been either angrily tweeting or boldly bragging at 3 in the morning. I don’t understand the negative sentiment people have against the president and his constant Tweeting, as it's his constant … Continue reading President Donald Trump: Magician-in-Chief