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When It's Not Funny

Let me start by saying that my sense of humor has few limitations. I think we can, and should find laughter wherever possible. Life can be too serious so I allow people to joke about a wide range of topics and I usually don’t care about political correctness. 335 more words


T. Roosevelt and the T. Rex

Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth President of the United States, wants to “collect” a Tyrannosaurus rex specimen for the Smithsonian Institute. With the help of a Triceratops mount and his trusty “medicine gun” (Winchester rifle), of course. 35 more words


Cruz and Kasich are right. Unless you like Democracy and the Republican Party

As we all know, one can do something they have every right to do and still be wrong for doing it. I thought long and hard about writing this because personally I find myself somewhat conflicted.   745 more words

Who’s Crying Now? Reflections on Politics and Masculinity

By Diane Rubino.

The men in the spotlight this political season have been caricatures of machismo, emoting by shouting, insulting, and threatening violence.

Since attention begets attention, I wanted to highlight the other side of the emotional aisle, the “new masculinity” of President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland. 367 more words


Steve Berry's 'The 14th Colony' Introduces An Interesting Loophole in the 20th Amendment [REVIEW]

Steve Berry’s The 14th Colony, the new Cotton Malone thriller, is intriguing from beginning to end. The novel opens as Stephanie Nelle, the Justice Department’s director of the Magellan Billet Agency, comes to terms with facing redundancy as the new President of the United States is sworn into office. 397 more words


The Politics Are Coming!

It’s Monday, April 10th, 2016 which means the politics are coming! Wait, what!? Yep, those running and hoping to becoming the next President of the United States is coming to town. 373 more words


Constitution Sunday: "A Citizen of America" [Noah Webster]

“A Citizen of America”

Philadelphia, October 17, 1787

Following are excerpts from Noah Webster’s writing:

“Another idea that naturally presents itself to our minds, on a slight consideration of the subject, is, that in a perfect government, all the members of a society should be 874 more words