Category Archives: Politics

Election 2016: What the Green Party Can Learn From 2016

  Part of my admitted political laziness in the past has been failing to vote for a presidential candidate.  However, this year I registered with the Green Party and voted for Jill Stein. Now because I live in a state that … Continue reading

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Election 2016: Accepting Personal Responsibility

This is the first of a series of posts I will be writing about the election season we just endured and my thoughts about the political situation we find ourselves in. These posts are meant for everyone. People of all generations, … Continue reading

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Obama’s Executive Action on Guns – Follow Up: What can be done to address issues with guns?

As I said in my previous post, I would like for the mass shootings in the U.S.A. to stop, and I would like for the overall decline in firearms violence in the U.S. to continue, if not accelerate. I would … Continue reading

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Obama’s Executive Action on Guns: A review by a gun-owner for sensible firearms legislation.

Introduction: I would like for the mass shootings in the U.S.A. to stop, and I would like for the overall decline in firearms violence in the U.S. to continue, if not accelerate. I would also like to see accidental deaths … Continue reading

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Don’t Call White Supremacy a Mental Illness

[Sidenote: This is my first blog post in a very long time.  Sometime after #Ferguson I just stopped writing. I was at a loss for words on the many pressing topics facing the world. To be honest I began to … Continue reading

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The Global War on Terror Racket

War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned … Continue reading

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Pray for Iraq but Question your State

  Recently I have seen a host of “Pray for Iraq” memes, events and posts on my Facebook feed. Many, perhaps most of the people I know on Facebook are Western Christians from the U.S. and Canada. Many of them, including … Continue reading

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