A World Lit Only By Fire: Pt. 1

As Obama gets deeper into his final year in office, he and the Democratic party pursue their assault on America in a stronger force than they have in the past 7+ years. It’s been happening, but now, with the impending election this year, they have to make their mark now to make it virtually impossible […]

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Here we go…

Chris Christie, failed Republican candidate for 2016, New Jersey Governor who liked to tote his accomplishments on the hill and his state, has endorsed… Donald J. Trump. This comes as a shock to many on the right of the isle. Donald might even be a bit surprised. But when you look back on it, Christie didn’t […]

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The Bill of Rights: Part 5

Still headlong into our rights provided to us by the government go on with the 7th and 8th amendments. 7th Amendment: “In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined […]

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Dream Theater – The Astonishing

To move away from politics, because I could drone on about that all day, like Rush Limbaugh does (he’s A LOT better at it though), and talk about Dream Theater’s newly released double concept album with 34 “astonishing” track to its credit. Looking back at what the guys were releasing as far as plot line […]

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The Scalia Legacy

It was sad to hear about the passing of the honorable Justice Antonin Scalia this past weekend. He was a man who held firm to his beliefs, the beliefs that America was the solution not the problem, the beliefs every Republican should abide by. He believed in a Constitutional Republic, and his views were deemed […]

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2016: The Year of Years

2016 is a big year for both sides of the political aisle. The Republicans hope to gain control of the executive branch to mend the wounds of the Obama Administration, while  the Democrats want to maintain their control, appoint a few Supreme Court justices, and revolutionize the Republican government as we know it today. I […]

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Modern Day Romanticism

In the presidential race as a whole, we are seeing two things. One is that the right is romanticizing having an outsider in the White House, like Donald Trump, Ben Carson, and even Ted Cruz (he’s an outside-insider), that aren’t afraid to speak their mind and in the case of Cruz and Carson, from my […]

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What do we do?

You know, when the United States was torn from the Civil War back in the 1860’s, there were many citizens that fled their homes and fled the states to different countries, therefore escaping conflict. If you know American history, then obviously you know that what I said was simply not true. Men, women, and children […]

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Do you take offense?

While we have the first amendment in place, there is a movement going across college campuses that is working to silence certain opinions and voices, namely, the ones they don’t agree with. It’s leading to the creation of “safe spaces” where college students can go and feel safe expressing their opinion if it doesn’t offend […]

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The Bill of Rights: Part 4

Continuing with the rights the government has provided for every American citizen, we have the 5th and 6th amendments, which we know from the “Miranda Rights”. The 5th Amendment: “No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on  a presentment or indictment of a Grand jury, except in […]

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