What You Can Do To Spread The Message When Ground Based Activism Isn’t Your Best Personal Option. Recently I’ve been engaged in several conversations regarding effective activism with promoting President Trump’s America First agenda, and […]
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was revolutionary in ushering in a new age of Conservatism for America. While he might not be everyone’s ideal definition of what a “conservative” is, even his biggest critics have had […]
I originally wasn’t going to say anything about The Golden Globes since I didn’t watch the program on Sunday night and generally find award shows boring anyway. However, after watching Meryl Streep’s tirade against President […]
I’m not going to rehash the details of what happened in Chicago on Wednesday night. If you’re reading this, then you most likely already know all about this story so there’s really no point in […]
As I write this, I am deeply saddened by the loss of a great dog who I’m pretty sure was actually an angel masquerading as a dog. Yet I’m also extremely grateful for his role in my life. Looking back, I might have lost the will to live if it hadn’t been for Clark coming into my life when he did and I will never truly be able to express my full gratitude.
When people meet on Facebook or other websites, we base each other on our ideas and character rather than immeadiate physical appearance for the most part and this has allowed me to form close personal friendships with people who I might not have otherwise met.
Captain “Anti” America? Please Say It Ain’t So. Before I became interested in politics, comic books were my life. My dad would take me to our local comic shop every Saturday. This was in the […]
I’ve been involved in politics for a very long time for someone my age. I started a podcast at age 13 because I felt that too many of my peers were only being taught the progressive side of the political spectrum in public schools.
Playboy’s decision to publish non-nude pictorials and focus on written content in future issues might actually be a genius decision.
As many of my regular readers and podcast audience members may or may not know, I am a huge fan of Audible which allows me to purchase audiobooks at a discounted price and listen to them wherever I am.
This month I decided to use one of the two audiobook credits I receive monthly to get the audiobook version of The Holcroft Covenant by Robert Ludlum. The book was originally published in 1978, and was later made into a movie 1985. The story follows Noel Holcroft, a young architect who finds out that his biological father was a German S.S. commander that grew a conscience about the horrors of The Holocaust before the war ended. Noel finds out that his father left him a $7 billion fund which is to be distributed amongst the survivors of The Holocaust . Holcroft is also warned that a remnant sect of Nazi sympathizers and their offspring will try and prevent him from obtaining the money and will instead use it to start “The Fourth Reich”.