politicians

Reviews of the politicians kissing babies and running governments around the world; applaud and criticize the decisions they make and their implications.

Raphael Kiyani2 years ago
10 Funny Moments from the Houses of Parliament
The grand Palace of Westminster, containing the House of Commons and the House of Lords is the heart of political power in the United Kingdom. Known as "The Mother of Parliaments" due to its form of P...
Dan Rather Takes President Trump To Task - Again
Legendary newsman Dan Rather is making news again - this time, as someone who is taking the United States 45th president to task. Rather, who left CBS in 2004 amidst a firestorm of accusations that he...
Dr. Williams2 years ago
Above The Law
When American History is taught there is an oversight. An oversight that has universal consequences of how our government has morphed into this self serving bureaucracy that we have today. What is bei...
Patrick Hostis 2 years ago
Did North Korea Flinch?
I genuinely love South Korea. I was stationed there in 1999 to 2000. My wife is Korean, and I traveled everywhere I could in the nation. While my base was far from the DMZ, Seoul-the South’s capital city, was within artillery range of the DPRK’s (The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, i.e. North Korea) guns. Whenever I traveled to Seoul I couldn’t help thinking this beautiful city with all its 20 million inhabitants could be cast into oblivion at any moment. For the South Korean people, this...
Dr. Williams2 years ago
The Shadow Masters
As the world continues to spin out of control there are explicit warning signs pointing to the greatest financial and economic collapse in history. Yet, there remains no mention of this impending disa...
Michael Blair2 years ago
Peace or War?
Peace is a small word, but the gains would be unimaginable. War is an even smaller word, but has devastating consequences. Which would you choose? It sounds simple enough to achieve, but many have tri...
Lincoln A 'Tyrant' Like Hitler?
When it comes to comparing Abraham Lincoln to anyone, Adolf Hitler doesn't necessarily come to mind. In fact, Lincoln is often frequently cited as one of the United States most legendary leaders, whil...
Sean Spicer Blows It, Again
"We didn't use chemical weapons in World War II. You had someone as despicable as Hitler who didn't descend to using chemical weapons." With these words, Sean Spicer went from someone who was basicall...
Patrick Hostis 2 years ago
Trump: "We’re not going into Syria"
President Trump seems to have put to rest fears that he was considering escalating the war in Syria. “We’re not going into Syria,” he said in an exclusive interview. “Our policy is the same — it hasn’t changed. We’re not going into Syria.” As an Iraq war veteran, I would like to thank the President for his wise decision. When Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Lindsey Graham and the mainstream media are all saying you are doing the right thing, you clearly are not. Syria represented a perfect opportu...
Cameron Puckey2 years ago
Does Religion Affect Politics?
Religion. No doubt. No questioning. Politics. Always Oppose. Always Question. So why do these always seem to go together, why is it that many voters vote in favour of their religion rather than the po...
Drew Bradford2 years ago
To Jeff Sessions, With Love
Dear Mr. Sessions, I was born and raised in the great state of Alabama and most of my, if not all of my life you have been a senator or political figure in the state. I grew up on a farm in rural nort...
Cameron Puckey2 years ago
3 Reasons the People Voted Brexit
Although there were advantages and disadvantages on both sides I would like to explore the figure that truly suggests the real reason people voted leave on Thursday, 23rd of June 2016. For many Britai...
Patrick Hostis 2 years ago
Syria Could become Trump’s Vietnam
In a striking policy 180-degree change, President Trump launched a punitive missile strike on the base he believes launched a chemical weapons attack on civilians earlier in the week. This policy shift could lead to yet another neo-con sponsored war in the middle east. President Trump apparently had a change of heart after seeing video of children suffering the effects of the chemical weapon attack. While I believe, Trump was very moved by the images of the victims, I do not trust those feeding ...
abraham villegas2 years ago
Do We Live to Learn or Learn to Live?
These type of questions, the existential type, are the most controversial ones in most of our minds. We constantly try to elucidate them by looking at both sides and trying to decide which one of the ...
Michael Blair2 years ago
I Didn't Do It. It Was a Big Boy Who Ran Away.
If blame can be moved away from the perpetrator, then they cannot be held accountable. That is the mantra according to the cult of Trump. His main aim is to be the centre of attention, but only if it ...
A. Walter Cox2 years ago
23 Donald Trump Illustrations that Sum Up America's Feelings Perfectly
Humanity has always had a history of expressing social, political, and personal views using artwork. In Ancient Greece, the artwork extolling political figures took the form of statues and paintings o...
Dr. Williams2 years ago
Prelude To Revolt
America, from sea to shining sea has always been a beacon of hope and salvation for troubling souls from every corner of the globe. For over one hundred years the United States stood for as the land o...
Dr. Williams2 years ago
The Power Of Corruption
Through-out history empires have risen only to fall victim to the power of corruption. It is power that stokes the flames of progress and also keeps the world in a blaze of conflict. There has always ...