Breaking down the Democratic Establishment

I wish people would put the effort that they’re putting into reviving the Democratic Party, instead of into building a 3rd party that’s actually for the people. The Justice Democrats support Keith Ellison, who stated the other day “I can’t understand why people have more beef with Hillary than Trump”. Well, maybe that’s because the DNC worked to boost him as the pied piper candidate? … Continue reading Breaking down the Democratic Establishment

How do we unify America? By Anthony Bennett

Hi I’m Anthony. I sometimes write stuff and post stuff. Here’s some stuff. I’ve been deep in contemplation about what we have to do politically. I’m still ruminating. Something that keeps coming back to me is that the personal and the political are inseparable, even if distinct. That is, people’s personalities and political beliefs are reflections of each other.  Who is the enemy? Conservatives? Trump? … Continue reading How do we unify America? By Anthony Bennett

BREAKING: Judge Neil Gorsuch has been confirmed as the new Supreme Court Justice

Yesterday the Democrats were filibustering the nomination of Neil Gorsuch, which triggered the GOP to implement the “nuclear option”. This morning Gorsuch was confirmed after the US Senate voted. This meaning that now all 9 of the Supreme Court seats have been filled. What Senators voted “Yes” on Gorsuch: Voted “yes” D Heidi Heitkamp N.D. D Joe Manchin III W.Va. D Joe Donnelly Ind. R … Continue reading BREAKING: Judge Neil Gorsuch has been confirmed as the new Supreme Court Justice

US attack on Syrian airbases by John Sole

U.S. FIRES DOZENS OF MISSILES AT SYRIAN AIRBASE The Syrian Civil War entered a new phase last night as President Donald Trump announced that he had ordered an attack on Syrian airbase Al-Shayrat. The assault took place as two American warships anchored on the eastern Mediterranean Sea fired fifty-nine cruise missiles at the airbase, which is controlled by the forces of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad. … Continue reading US attack on Syrian airbases by John Sole

St Petersburg explosion by John Sole

Explosion in St Petersburg’s subway car kills fourteen An explosion took place on Monday, April 3rd at 2:40 pm local time in Russia’s second largest city as a homemade explosive device was set off in a subway train which was traveling between two stations. The blast caused fourteen deaths – seven inside the subway car and seven more after being taken to a nearby hospital … Continue reading St Petersburg explosion by John Sole

Fracking in the USA by Patrick Vinson

Hydraulic Fracking has rapidly become a popular source for getting oil in America. The term ‘fracking’ has become well known around smaller towns, but why?  Some would say it is because of luck, while others say the lack of regulations in these areas has caused a boom in the fracking industry. We have witnessed a plague of earthquakes erupt around these fracking centers that are … Continue reading Fracking in the USA by Patrick Vinson