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What’s the Endgame with North Korea?

As most readers are aware, tensions between the United States and North Korea have been ratcheting upwards lately, with fiery words in the media between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un of North Korea becoming a near-weekly occurrence. North Korea has tested many missiles and recently detonated a hydrogen bomb near its Punggye-ri test … Continue reading “What’s the Endgame with North Korea?”

The NFL National Anthem Protest Has Escalated

Over the course of the last year, fans of football have become very familiar with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick after he began kneeling while the national anthem was played at his team’s games. From 2009 onwards, it’s been a tradition for NFL players to stand on the field with their right hand on … Continue reading “The NFL National Anthem Protest Has Escalated”

Will the World Stop Using the Dollar as Its Reserve Currency?

In the last 50 years, the United States has been complicit or even active in the overthrowing of multiple despotic and dictatorial regimes throughout the world. In addition, there have been many cases of even Democratic governments being toppled with the overt or covert help of the U.S. Some of the countries where these events … Continue reading “Will the World Stop Using the Dollar as Its Reserve Currency?”

What If North Korea Aimed a Missile at the Yellowstone Supervolcano?

While most Americans consider Yellowstone National Park to be an idyllic summer vacation destination, lurking under the surface of this natural wonder is something that one day could threaten the lives and property of the majority of people living in the United States — a massive supervolcano, estimated by scientists to be one of Earth’s … Continue reading “What If North Korea Aimed a Missile at the Yellowstone Supervolcano?”

Is the U.S. Pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord or Not?

One of then-candidate Donald Trump’s campaign promises was to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accord. Trump kept that promise earlier in the summer much to the delight of hard line conservatives and derision of most progressives. Now it is being reported that, in the words of Stephen Colbert, the ‘Waffler in Chief’ … Continue reading “Is the U.S. Pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord or Not?”

The Duality of Liberal Statistics

Liberal logic. It’s tough to find a place to begin, but today we’ll target the Achilles heel of all of their arguments: statistics. The left promotes some strong narratives around racism and wealth equality. We’ll tackle both and look for logical consistency among these liberal arguments. Here’s a spoiler: there is none. Police Violence You’re … Continue reading “The Duality of Liberal Statistics”

Are Liberals Finally Admitting Defeat on Minimum Wage?

The fight for higher minimum wages hit a fever pitch within the last two years, and it is terrifying. The lowest income workers have been fighting tooth and nail for their own destruction, and Democrats in office who certainly know better have fully encouraged this insanity. Somehow, in the midst of all the riots and … Continue reading “Are Liberals Finally Admitting Defeat on Minimum Wage?”

Do We Really Have to Debunk Universal Healthcare Again?

One would hope we could move away from failed healthcare overhauls and finally do something productive with our government. That seems to be a pipe dream. Bernie Sanders has championed yet another single-payer healthcare bill and put it before Congress. It has virtually no chance of passing, but it will once again rile the left … Continue reading “Do We Really Have to Debunk Universal Healthcare Again?”

How Trump Is Curing Extreme Sensitivity in the US

Trump is more than just a polarizing figure. He’s a complete departure from traditional politics. We’ve already seen that benefit America in terms of economic returns, and hopefully the movement can gain steam as he forces Congress to do anything at all. Still, his most impressive feats are being largely overlooked. Many analysts mentioned the … Continue reading “How Trump Is Curing Extreme Sensitivity in the US”

Conservative Berkeley Students Battle for Free Speech

In 1963 and 1964 the Berkeley Free Speech movement defined a generation of morally courageous students who reminded us that freedom of speech is a foundational American value. The protest was sparked when the college began enforcing a ban on political activity on campus and it had close ties to the Civil Rights Movement, which … Continue reading “Conservative Berkeley Students Battle for Free Speech”


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