Light Hearted Pranks

I apologize for the lack of posts recently — I have been a bit under the weather.  However, this pranking of Shia Labeouf got me feeling a little bit better. Please see this link to the daily wire.  Read More

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Trump Tower Wiretapping Tweets

So if any of you have been living under a rock – yesterday, Trump tweeted multiple times about how Barack Obama is “bad (or sick)” for tapping his phones in Trump Tower during the campaign last year. Where do we even start with this? Read More

Trump’s Joint Session Speech Rundown

Happy Mardi Gras to everyone! Let’s celebrate with a quick review and commentary on Trump’s speech to a joint session of congress tonight. Read More

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President Trump’s Ratings

We are a little over one month into Trump’s presidency and we have some interesting numbers to look at. His Presidential Approval ratings are all over the map depending on which polling organization you consult.  Are you surprised? I’m going to jump right in so we can keep this brief. Read More

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Being honest about President Trump

There are times when you have to step back and separate yourself from all of the confusion that happens everyday and really ask yourself what YOU think about what is going on.  Not opinion by comparison to what others think and not afraid to be wrong —— well here it is. Read More

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Michael Flynn Resigns – my thoughts

Houston – we have a problem.  National Security Advisor Michael Flynn has just resigned his position amidst claims that he had unauthorized contact with Russian diplomats prior to the Trump administration taking office – and then lying about it to the White House.  I want to frame this in a way that gets everyone asking the right questions — because this certainly looks bad.  Read More

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Campus Protests: How to handle it

What the hell are we doing on college campuses these days? Read More


Last Friday Trump signed his most controversial Executive Order to date, suspending entry into the U.S. for all immigrants and non-immigrants (refugees included here) for a period of 90 days while what Trump claims is a newer, more effective vetting system is put into place that will better ensure the safety of the citizens of the United States. Prudent precaution? Hate-filled discrimination against those who need help the most? Somewhere in between? Let’s investigate.

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Gorsuch: What you want to know

Today Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch for the open position on the United States Supreme Court. There hasn’t been too much of an outcry (yet) as it was generally expected. After all, Trump put out his list of possible Justice selections before he was even elected (SOURCE). However, in an attempt to mitigate some of the inevitable onslaught that will come when Gorsuch is being confirmed in the senate – let’s go over what the current state of the court is, who this guy is, and what it means for the status of laws in the US today that you may be concerned about. Read More

The “Women’s March”

There have been a few technical problems with the site that I’ve had to work out. Those should be taken care of before the end of the week – I feel like I have missed so many things to talk about. Let’s start with the women’s march last week. Read More

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