Bitter partisan bickering over domestic policy has the potential to ruin families and friendships and make us hate complete strangers. Family members and friends may get into heated and worthless political quarrels during the holidays. A better option would be to leave the political discussions alone.
The world didn’t end today, and there are likely a handful of disappointed preppers out there. For more reasonable survivalists, prepping for the worst and hoping for the best will continue. Just for fun, here is a collection of videos to celebrate humanity’s survival of the fabled Mayan doomsday prophecy.
Soon after the details of Adam Lanza’s heinous and purely evil criminal actions at Sandy Hook Elementary School were revealed, Americans largely decided that the political conversations that would inevitably result should be held off until the small bodies of the vile murderer’s victims had at least been removed from the school. Now comes the blame game.
In the wake of the shooting at a Connecticut elementary school, the opinions have begun following in from both sides of the gun control debate. The debate is sure to become increasingly fallacious and nasty in coming months as people on both sides make ridiculous claims to support their case.
Governments around the world have slowly been recognizing the folly of using prohibition and war on drugs tactics to quell drug related violence, addiction and terroristic drug cartels.
Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus wants disaffected members of the GOP to know that the Party is doing the very best it can. What he really means to say is that the GOP is doing everything it can to ensure the supremacy of big government in America for years to come.
On the syllabus for a political science class, a professor at Butler University in Illinois directs students to leave their “American-ness, maleness, whiteness, heterosexuality, middle-class status” at the door.
Representative Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) has proposed a bill that could allow Internet freedom advocates a little bit of time to regroup and build a stronger framework to combat the Federal government’s continuous crusade to gain undisputed control over the Internet. But it could be a Trojan horse.
Some Americans are likely wondering if the once iconic Time magazine is taking cues from the satire site The Onion with its inclusion of Sandra Fluke as a contender to be named its Person of the Year.
In a recent column, the left-leaning Slate pointed out the hypocrisy of liberal attacks against Tea Party favorite Marco Rubio for his assertion in a magazine interview that he really wasn’t sure how old the planet was.