Things the U.S. Needs

A list of some of the things the government should be doing for us -Massive investment in scientific research and development -Making NASA back into a government agency, and going full speed ahead on space missions -Legalized marijuana across the board. It is not a gateway drug. It is also a good substitute for opiates … Continue reading Things the U.S. Needs

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How do you wish someone a happy holiday when they are Muslim?

With all the political correctness going on nowadays and the social justice nonsense, the group that has probably got the worst of it has been strangely silent. Who am I talking about? Muslims, obviously. We worry so much about saying "Happy Holidays" near Christmas and Kwanzaa, some even go so far as to say "Chag … Continue reading How do you wish someone a happy holiday when they are Muslim?

Why Trump Is Not A Suitable Candidate for President in 2020

Please comment if you wish. It is my hope that the best candidate for the US wins, not just my pet favorites (Steve Bullock and Seth Moulton). I suppose to many people Trump is an icon of anti-Socialism, self-determination, and self-confidence against all odds. To quote directly: "Get used to hearing the word 'no' and … Continue reading Why Trump Is Not A Suitable Candidate for President in 2020

Communism and Socialism: Really Boiled Down Explanation

Since my entire generation lost out on learning what, exactly, Communism and Socialism are, and why they are such terrible ways to run a government, I will explain it now. This is especially important in light of the embarrassing presidential candidates we have and all their Socialist policies. So: Communism is a system based on … Continue reading Communism and Socialism: Really Boiled Down Explanation

Presidential Candidates for 2020: The Two Non-Crazy Ones

I just spent all night slogging through every fucking presidential candidate's website. It was a drag. My method was failure testing, by running through all their plans, vision statements and "issues" sections until I came across something stupid or unworkable. Fiscal responsibility was key, as was wise foreign policy. EDIT 8/8/19: Joe Sestak is no … Continue reading Presidential Candidates for 2020: The Two Non-Crazy Ones

It’s Time To Research Political Candidates

Yep, it's that time again. More than one year ahead of schedule. Why? Because I wouldn't be surprised if you, too, were also like "Never again" regarding what's happened to our government and its leadership. No lie, this sucks. Watching our president be a public disgrace to our country in the most egregious way possible, … Continue reading It’s Time To Research Political Candidates

Passing Down Knowledge

Here is a link to a great idea of Christy Jordan's: https://www.southernplate.com/the-care-and-feeding-of-quilts-and-children/ As someone in a religion that is wildly unpopular and misunderstood, I've had to more or less create my own traditions from scratch. On a more personal note, most of my own family is not supportive in the slightest of me, and they … Continue reading Passing Down Knowledge