politics

Politics does not dictate our collective cultural mindset as much as it simply reflects it; We've got to look in the mirror sometimes, and we've got one.

Jake Haydn6 days ago
The Problem With 'The Left'
Take your most stereotypical extreme "Lefty." Anti-Establishment, Anti-Capitalist, Anti-War, Anti-Racism, Anti-this & Anti-that. Do you see the problem? Negativity so deeply entrenched in their core i...
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Dr. Williams6 days ago
Human Rights?
Today, our Republicans in congress and the Trump Administration are quite apt in forging a complete antithesis to the preamble to the Declaration of Independence. For that matter, in no other time in ...
Thomas Sebacher7 days ago
Fascism
In academic and popular discussion, there is a great misunderstanding of how fascism functions and how it forms. Here I will discuss the precepts and the formation of fascist societies and governments...
Brian Dollard9 days ago
President Trump Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Two Norwegian lawmakers have nominated United States President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize. The nomination comes on the heels of President Trump’s role in the summit in Singapore with North...
Thomas Sebacher12 days ago
Why the 2018 Elections Will Change Nothing
Democrats or Republicans? The whole of American politics boils down to this question. While one can debate the relevance of politics and policy repeatedly question people about their positions on cert...
Segregation Is a Choice in the Modern World
Segregation is something people do to themselves deliberately these days. People stick to their ethnic group. What I want to know about this is, why? People come to the United States in search of a be...
SHAWN HENNING14 days ago
Are We Really
I would like to open by first thanking all those who read this article. We must come to terms with the state of our Nation and ask ourselves is our nation truly going in the direction of what makes us...
Europe and the Nationalist Gambit
The state of European politics is in disarray. The political chaos in Italy highlights a swift shift to the right. The main driver behind the rightward departure is immigration, or more honestly the e...
Tim Bryce17 days ago
The Democrats: A Party at War With Itself
Click for AUDIO VERSION. Contrary to popular opinion, no, I do not believe all Democrats are evil. I have known a lot of them over the years, engaged in meaningful arguments with them, and have enjoye...
Peter Rose17 days ago
The Problem With Statistics
The popular media presentation of statistics can be misleading. How can politicians be expected to come up with the right answers when the information they are given is not honest? Consider the follow...
Brian Thornsburg22 days ago
Roseanne Barr's Racist Tweet Will Help Donald Trump Win in 2020 and Here's How!
An African American man named Gregory Vaughn Hill was shot and killed four years ago after playing his music loudly in his own garage. While Progressives will want you to believe that’s all there is t...
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Lorraine Woiak23 days ago
Stuck in the Middle
Politics. It's everywhere. Nobody likes it, yet everyone talks about it. Now more than ever it seems. Social media, news channels, billboards, shirts, everything bares the motos and names of politicia...
Tim Bryce24 days ago
The Smoke and Mirrors of the Democrats
Click for AUDIO VERSION. The Democrats are desperate. Regardless of what the mainstream media says, they are losing ground to the Republicans going into the 2018 midterm elections. We have discussed h...
Joshua Lowenberga month ago
Here Are the 6 Different Types of Conservative
When we think of conservatives, we all typically think of one set group of ideals. But in truth, the conservative movement is full of many different ideas, factions, and political stances.
Tim Brycea month ago
Fake Votes
Click for AUDIO VERSION. There is an old axiom in poker which says, "When your opponent is sitting there holding all the aces, there is only one thing left to do: kick over the table." In other words,...
Kate Kenyona month ago
Neoliberalism and Minimal State Intervention
It is suggested that we are currently living in the "age of Neoliberalism," a political concept drawing on the traditional ideas of economic liberalism, believing that states ought to intervene as lit...
Jack Holtona month ago
The Rising Power of the Turkish Kurds
In a country of almost 80 million, any Presidential candidate would be stupid to ignore 20 percent of their people. But that is what has happened to the Kurds in Turkey for decades. The Kurdish popula...
Tim Bryce2 months ago
The 2018 Midterms: What to Expect
Click for AUDIO VERSION. The Democrats want us to believe the midterm elections are all sewn up, and the Republicans should acquiesce and let Rep. Nancy Pelosi re-assume the Speaker of the House. In o...