Why I am Voting My Conscience this November

This election cycle stinks. There are two choices and they are both corrupt, seem to be filled with hate, and have deplorable lifestyles that do not represent myself, nor America. But, still, my favorite day of the year is election day. This is because election day is the day where every American over the age of 18 is allowed to go to the polls and … Continue reading Why I am Voting My Conscience this November

An Open Letter to the Pro-Trump, Anti-Ryan Crowd

There are mainly two different types of Trump supporters. There are the reluctant Trump supporters who are voting mainly because “He’s better than Hillary,” or because of the Supreme Court. Then there are the cult-like Trump supporters who will defend Trump, even if he shot a man. While not every Trump supporter is a cult-like supporter, many of them agree that if you are a … Continue reading An Open Letter to the Pro-Trump, Anti-Ryan Crowd

The Six Most Outrageous Parts of the DNC Platform

This election cycle has been, without a doubt, one of the most unpredictable ones we have had in modern U.S. history. But, with the drastic evolution of the election cycle, the political parties and their platforms have too evolved. While the media was quick to jump on the conservative qualities of the RNC’s platform, they breezed over the outrageous aspects of the DNC’s platform. I’m not … Continue reading The Six Most Outrageous Parts of the DNC Platform

Man Praying Outside of ‘Free Speech Zone’ Forced to Leave Clemson University Campus

One would think that colleges across America would allow for the constitutional right to free speech. But, to the contrary, college campuses across America are constantly limiting free speech so that only politically correct speech is free. According to The New Guard, “On Thursday afternoon, an administrator at Clemson University forced a man praying on campus to leave because he was not in a designated free speech … Continue reading Man Praying Outside of ‘Free Speech Zone’ Forced to Leave Clemson University Campus

The Need for God in America

Can a society founded on religion separate itself from God? Are the laws that we have created not ingrained in morality? Even if one debated the credibility of the richness of some of our founders relationships with Christ, we cannot deny the fact that our laws are based in morality – a morality that comes from the unchanging truth of the word of God. If … Continue reading The Need for God in America

BREAKING: Humans Beings are More Important than Animals

What is the meaning of life? When this question is asked, it is usually in a philosophical manner. However, the lack of a grounded definition to this question may be the root of some of our world’s greatest problems. If we cannot even identify the definition of the term life, then how can we begin debates about such topics? Once we have defined the term, … Continue reading BREAKING: Humans Beings are More Important than Animals

Two Weeks After Calling It a ‘Total Disaster’ Trump Says ‘We’re Going to Keep Common Core’ at S.C. Rally

At a rally in Clemson, South Carolina on Wednesday night, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came out in favor of the controversial Common Core. A mere two weeks ago, Trump said he would end Common Core, making this statement a major flip-flop on education policy. A tweet posted by @MrJoshPerry reveals Trump’s new-found stance on the Common Core. In the video, Trump says, “We are … Continue reading Two Weeks After Calling It a ‘Total Disaster’ Trump Says ‘We’re Going to Keep Common Core’ at S.C. Rally

Currently at Less Than One Percent, Jim Gilmore Looks Ahead to South Carolina

Jim Gilmore, the former Governor of Virginia, is currently looking at a last place finish in the New Hampshire Primary. Despite the fact that the results are showing Gilmore with less than one percent of the votes, Gilmore is planning to move forward. According to Gilmore’s Facebook page, “Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore, the only veteran in the race for the presidency, will depart New Hampshire tomorrow … Continue reading Currently at Less Than One Percent, Jim Gilmore Looks Ahead to South Carolina