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

Israeli PM Netanyahu Calls Out Iran and UN in Tuesday Speech

In years past, the public didn’t care as much about what their leaders had to say, and they cared even less when all those leaders gathered together at UN meetings and hashed out redundant bureaucracy. Now though, it feels like more people than ever are glued to their screens, eager to see what the President … Continue reading Israeli PM Netanyahu Calls Out Iran and UN in Tuesday Speech

If Trump Isn’t Careful, He’ll Lose His Entire Support Base

Quite possibly the worst thing that happened to the Trump White House in the past couple of months was the quitting/firing of Steve Bannon from the President’s inner circle. While many moderate conservatives attempted to excuse or mock Trump’s connection with more populist platforms like Breitbart and Infowars, I think all of them clearly failed … Continue reading If Trump Isn’t Careful, He’ll Lose His Entire Support Base

Why You Should Still Believe in Bitcoin (September 13th)

Just the other day, the president of Chase Bank denounced Bitcoin, calling it a fraud and urging people to move off the platform. Before that, the Chinese government banned Bitcoin investment, taking away a vital market for the Bitcoin economy. These apparent setbacks caused the value of Bitcoin to decrease and the meteoric rise of … Continue reading Why You Should Still Believe in Bitcoin (September 13th)

While Houston Rebuilds, America’s East Coast Braces for More Destruction

While Hurricane Harvey did it’s fair share of devastating Houston with intense floods and severe destruction, the city benefited from being in a state that’s well prepared for flooding, and a populace ready to unite around fellow citizens in need. Donald Trump’s entire career has been based around building and creating, and his talent has … Continue reading While Houston Rebuilds, America’s East Coast Braces for More Destruction

America Needs to Decide Between Having Open Borders or a Welfare State

  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

Being Anti-Fascism Doesn’t Excuse Violent Behavior

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