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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 6/22/2020. There is a full podcast in video and audio format covering this article.]

I normally do not find it useful to use words like war in a context outside of their explicit meaning, especially when they should be reserved for the harsh and violent actions they depict, but we are not in normal times. Our politics have always been a blood sport, more or less, but now it almost exclusively results in each side standing their ground and accusing the other of being evil. But is this sour discourse…


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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 6/4/2020. This was considered a “Current Event” article, and since then, new details have come out since publishing this article that changes the story and the way I would have covered it. Republishing this article is a way to archive old work and my thoughts at the time. There is a full podcast in video and audio format covering this article.]

We have been in uncertain times for a while now. With the invisible threat of the Coronavirus pandemic forcing people into their homes, we are all on edge and…


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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 4/20/2020. This was considered a “Current Event” article, so new details may have come out since publishing this article that could change the story. Republishing this article is a way to archive old work and my thoughts at the time. There is a full podcast in video and audio format covering this article.]

There is a popular meme and talking point going around making the claim that if you are for restarting the economy during the current pandemic, then you are not pro-life. To me, this seems blatantly silly and…


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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 3/19/2020. This was considered a “Current Event” article, and since then, new details have come out since publishing this article that changes the story. Republishing this article is a way to archive old work and my thoughts at the time. There is a full podcast in video and audio format covering this article.]

Pandemics suck. Locked down, shut out, and left to our social media accounts and streaming services for entertainment. I mean… this pandemic literally killed sports. So, what we obviously should be doing is figuring out who to…


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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 7/15/2020. There is a full podcast in video and audio format covering this article.]

As many of you have seen by now, Bari Weiss has resigned from The New York Times. …


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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 1/30/2020. There is a full podcast in video and audio format covering this article.]

Conservatives love to talk about economic policy, foreign policy, and every data point they can cite. I know this because it is often what I do. Do not get me wrong, using empirical evidence and statistics is a great way to show progress or decline. Proving your case without data does make your case weaker in many instances, but this should not come at the expense of social appeal. This is what the American Left is…


8 Things I Learned From Reading How To Be An Antiracist: A Critical Review

[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 11/23/2020. There is a full podcast in video and audio format covering this article.]

There is a fine line between curiosity and insanity. I learned this when I took up the task of doing a chapter-by-chapter review of Ibram X. Kendi’s book How To Be An Antiracist. I was told by some that I was doing a good service for diving into, summarizing, and critiquing material that so strongly opposed my morals and political views. It…


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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 2/1/2020. This was considered a “Current Event” article, so new details may have come out since publishing this article that could change the story. Republishing this article is a way to archive old work.]

The impeachment of President Trump is quickly nearing its end. The Senate voted 51–49 to reject motions to call for new witnesses. For some, this is a great relief, and for others, this marks the end of democracy. No matter what side you are on, it is hard to get around the partisanship surrounding this impeachment.


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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 12/23/2019. This was considered a “Current Event” article, so new details may have come out since publishing this article that could change the story. Republishing this article is a way to archive old work.]

IMPEACHMENT! It is all over the news, pop culture, billboards, universities, children’s fashion magazines, sports ball games, and… why not here too? It is almost an obligation at this point to say something about this momentous event on a website that centers around political content. So, because of this, I created a “current events” section to…


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[Writer’s Note: This was originally posted on my website on 12/6/2019. There is a full podcast in video and audio format covering this article. I also found it hard to properly characterize this ideology’s name when I first wrote this piece. I am not sure ‘Character-Driven’ is the right way to describe it because I do not want the reader to think I do not care about character. Character is very important. Maybe a better name is ‘Personality-Driven’ or ‘False-Idol’ ideology. …

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