7 Biggest Political Moments of 2019: Year End Review

2019 Year End Review

As we approach the end of 2019, it’s worthwhile to look back at the most important moments in U.S. politics. Let’s get into it: Longest Government Shutdown in History 2019 began with the longest government shutdown in history. This happened when Congress could not agree on a budget and spending for President Trump’s border wall.…

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Keep the West Alive, One More Day

Saving the West

Our Generation is Tasked with Saving Ourselves from Ourselves The Western concept of government, society and individual liberty is rare. Self-governance is not a result of an accident, misstep or freak of nature. Developing a country which balances the rights of individuals and an ordered society is a delicate task. Only a handful of countries…

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Yes, It’s OK to Criticize the Almighty Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg Time

A major pet peeve of mine when conservatives or liberals use children to push their political agenda. When people criticize the agenda for being unrealistic, brash or stupid, those who hide behind the child will say something to the extent of, “How dare you attack a CHILD in this way – they are just doing…

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The Miracle of Oil

North Dakota Oil Drilling

Fossil fuels are routinely berated and blamed for every problem of the developed world – especially by our generation. At the annual Yale-Harvard football game, student activists rushed midfield to disrupt the game in the name of “climate justice” – demanding the schools divest from companies who use and profit from traditional fossil fuels. The…

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London Bridge Terror Attack & The Suicide of the West

London Bridge Attack

Over the weekend, a radical Islamic terrorist killed 2 people and wounded 3 in a knife rampage on the London Bridge in the UK. Usman Khan stabbed Saskia Jones and Jack Merrit while wearing a fake suicide vest and warning others he would set it off if they tried to stop him. Brave passersby on…

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