The past events of this week have brought the racial tension and police hatred to a fever pitch. The protest of police shootings has led to retaliation by the same people who feel oppressed. The amount of death and destruction caused by this police versus colored people is absolutely unnecessary and unfathomable. It is unfortunate… Read More Police Violence and Racial Tensions: War Intensifies
I was very excited today at the possibility of voting for the first time in about 4 years. What I failed to realize is that primaries don’t work like regular general elections. Now I knew that you had to be registered for the party of your candidate in order to vote. However, when I went… Read More NY Primaries: The importance of your Vote.
I typically start my post with some current event relating to the information that I’m about to drop some knowledge on. However, today I want to go about this post differently. I have decided to actively push for more people to switch to the Libertarian party. At the very least, I would like to see… Read More Become a Libertarian, Today.
It occurred to me recently that people support different candidates for different reasons. Whenever I see the news and they talk about the election, I hear how people show and spread support. Its interesting to me and I know there is studies done on how voters choose a candidate. My main thought here is that… Read More Voting Choices: Person or Policy?
I recently read an article on facebook via the website libertarianism.com. The article is similarly named “False Promises and Uncertain Economic Truths.” The author is Aaron Ross Powell who has a JD from the University of Denver. His article explains that in short, the candidates are making false promises about the economy because no can… Read More Magic Economics via false promises
It seems that for the past 47 years (1968-2015), there has not been a significant third party presidential contender. This is now a common theme of American politics. The Republicans and Democrats have become so powerful and extreme that third party candidates usually get drowned out over the extreme views and big money. Third party… Read More Third Party Void in US elections
I regretfully did not watch the debate last night because I was watching the World Series. However, the good news I was able to record the debate and watch it this morning. Let’s talk about the World Series because during the conference series I said that I hoped the Blue Jays would win over the… Read More Republican Debate: The Media Bashing Monster
The republican debate aired last night on CNN. The debate set records for viewership on CNN with 23 million tuning in to hear what the candidates had to say. One of those 23 million viewers was me. I watched the whole debate from 6pm to 11:30pm. It was quite a show. The early debate offer… Read More Republican Debate: Round 2
The email scandal, Benghazi, cheating husband, and questionable morals. All these are synonymous with Hillary Clinton. Clinton is best known because of her husband Bill Clinton who was president from 1993 to 1999. Bill also served as Arkansas’ governor before becoming president. Hillary Clinton adopted to public life during her roles as first lady then… Read More King of the Hill- The scandalous Hillary Clinton
Rand Paul is a senator from Kentucky and another one of 20 something GOP candidates for the presidency. Rand Paul’s campaign was supposed to be one of the front-running candidates. He was trumped by the Donald Trump steam roller. Rand Paul is best known as the son of Ron Paul who made a few runs… Read More Rand Paul 2016: The Application of Politics.