Nobody is perfect; I’m one of the furthest from it. I choose mainly not to preach or proselytize for that reason. I am not the most pious or devoted. I fail and sin continuously, and probably don’t even acknowledge that enough. I’m not in the pew every Sunday morning. You get the point. However, there is an open (frequently read) Bible on the table in … Continue reading Pro-Lives
The moral philosopher and political economist Adam Smith wrote in his work Theory of Moral Sentiments about a “man of system.” This conceited man believes in a plan for both government and society, and intends to enact it as if he were moving pieces on a chessboard. If only all of the pieces worked, acted, and moved as he demands, society would be perfect. The … Continue reading Failures of Central Planning: California City, Calif.
I’ve spent the last several days trying to take everything in. To say I was shocked at the election results on Tuesday night would be a gross understatement. Like the vast majority of the media, politicos and the country as a whole, I truly believed that Hillary Clinton would become the 45th president of the United States. Boy were we wrong. The results haven’t fully sunk … Continue reading Yes, It Really Happened: Trump Triumphs & Clinton Concedes
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
For many Americans-especially young voters and those who were previously uninterested in politics- this election has awaken them to exactly what can happen when you don’t pay attention, are uninformed, and are not politically involved. The majority of Americans are tired of the lies, corruption, and dishonesty coming out of Washington. So, why do we continue to vote for candidates who will continue this trend? … Continue reading A Renaissance of American Politics
Rumors are flying around Missouri as Governor Jay Nixon increases his travel logs. Governor Nixon has gradually been increasing his focus and travels to Missouri’s impact internationally, as well as increasing his role in Missouri State Parks and Historic Sites. Recent events show that he may be interested in being in Hillary Clinton’s cabinet, in the case she is elected in November. Outside of trying … Continue reading MO Governor Jay Nixon Hints at Clinton Cabinet Role
You can add the results of a new Washington Post-ABC News poll to the confusion this election season. The poll found that most non-republicans don’t believe Trump represents “the core values of the Republican Party.” 22% of Democrats and 21% of Independents believe Trump’s views represent the Republican Party. Compare that with 56% of Republicans, and 43% of Conservatives who believe he represents them. Who … Continue reading This Election Isn’t About the ‘Lesser of Two Evils’
I’ve been against Donald Trump’s bid for the presidency from day one. In fact, I haven’t like the Donald for years. Before the billionaire businessman formally launched his campaign June 16, 2015, I was a vocal opponent. Of the 17 candidates who ran for the Republican nomination, I would’ve proudly supported at least 8-10 of them. But Trump’s vile rhetoric, personal attacks, and lack of … Continue reading I’m a 22-Year-Old Female Republican Voting for Evan McMullin