Defending the Free Speech of Attention-Whore Nick Fuentes

Defending the Free Speech of Attention-Whore Nick Fuentes

Nick Fuentes is straight-up just a bad person. His racist comments could potentially break free speech and increase calls for censorship.

Blood on Their Hands: How Both Political Parties Are Complicit in Killing American Democracy

Blood on Their Hands: How Both Political Parties Are Complicit in Killing American Democracy

While the January 6th insurrection was a blatant disregard of democracy, both parties have contributed to the erosion of democracy for years.

America’s Greatest Traitor: Michael Flynn Wants Myanmar-style Military Coup

America’s Greatest Traitor: Michael Flynn Wants Myanmar-style Military Coup

By Quentin Choy May 31, 2021 Former national security advisor to Donald Trump, Michael Flynn made incredibly concerning comments at a QAnon conference regarding American democracy. While I usually avoid discussing QAnon and its followers on this blog, Michael Flynn was a person who once wielded immense power in U.S. government, and his comments should…

Rep. Val Demings to Challenge Marco Rubio for Senate Seat in 2022

Rep. Val Demings to Challenge Marco Rubio for Senate Seat in 2022

By Quentin Choy May 19, 2021 U.S. Representative Val Demings will challenge Florida Senator Marco Rubio for his Senate seat in 2022. Demings was Orlando’s first Black woman police chief and was on the shortlist to be Joe Biden’s Vice President along with Susan Rice, Michelle Lujan Grisham, Tammy Duckworth, Amy Klobuchar, and Kamala Harris,…

Biden and Governors Collaborate to Incentivize Vaccines, CDC Eases Mask Recommendations

Biden and Governors Collaborate to Incentivize Vaccines, CDC Eases Mask Recommendations

By Quentin Choy May 13, 2021 On May 11, President Biden held a virtual meeting with a bipartisan group of governors to discuss COVID-19 vaccinations. Included in the meeting was Governor Mills of Maine (D), Governor DeWine of Ohio (R), Governor Cox of Utah (R), Governor Walz of Minnesota (D), Governor Baker of Massachusetts (R),…

Liz Cheney Voted Out of Republican Leadership; GOP Falls to Trump

Liz Cheney Voted Out of Republican Leadership; GOP Falls to Trump

By Quentin Choy May 12, 2021 Representative Liz Cheney, third highest-ranking GOP member in the House of Representatives was voted out of her leadership position by her colleagues with a voice vote. Cheney has been a vocal critic of former President Donald Trump and was the highest-ranking Republican to vote to impeach him in Trump’s…

Which Political Party is More Competitive Against Itself?

Which Political Party is More Competitive Against Itself?

By Quentin Choy May 10, 2021 Yesterday, my girlfriend asked me which political party is more competitive among itself and more willing to pose challengers to people within its party. Thinking of the wrench in the system that Donald Trump has been for the Republicans and Bernie Sanders for the Democrats, I asked “do you…

Biden’s Address to Congress: The Good, Bad, Missing, and the Unsure

Biden’s Address to Congress: The Good, Bad, Missing, and the Unsure

By Quentin Choy April 29, 2021 Yesterday, Joe Biden gave an address to a joint session of Congress after his first 100 days in office. He flaunted his successes and laid out what issues he and his administration wants to tackle next. In my last post, “Biden Prepares to Address Congress; Compared to Lyndon Johnson,”…

Social Media App Parler Returns to App Store

Social Media App Parler Returns to App Store

By Quentin Choy April 19, 2021 Parler, a social media app often used by conservatives will return to the App Store after it was pulled in January. Apple removed the app saying that it incited violence in the January 6 Capitol insurrection, since users communicated on the app prior to the siege. Apple claimed that…

Media, Democrats, Republicans, and War Hawks Ally to Stay in Afghanistan

Media, Democrats, Republicans, and War Hawks Ally to Stay in Afghanistan

By Quentin Choy April 15, 2021 Following President Biden’s announcement that he has decided to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan, thereby ending the longest war in American history, much of Washington D.C.’s greatest actors are lining up in a show of force against him. Democrats such as Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Republicans such as Lindsey…

Lisa Murkowski Cannot Lose Her Seat

Lisa Murkowski Cannot Lose Her Seat

By Quentin Choy March 30, 2021 Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) is up for reelection in 2022, and a Republican primary challenger, Kelly Tshibaka has announced that she would challenge Senator Murkowski for her Senate seat. Tshibaka serves as the state commissioner of administration in Alaska, and she stated that she would step down from her…

Just an Old, Sweet Song Keeps Georgia on My Mind

Just an Old, Sweet Song Keeps Georgia on My Mind

By Quentin Choy March 29, 2021 Following crucial losses at the presidential level and at the Senate level, Georgia Republicans including Governor Brian Kemp have taken archaic measures to prevent any losses like they saw last election cycle from ever happening again. The measures that they have passed are undemocratic in the most blatant sense,…

How Bush’s Experience in World War II Shaped How He Discussed War and Peace as President

How Bush’s Experience in World War II Shaped How He Discussed War and Peace as President

George Herbert Walker Bush enlisted in the Navy on his 18th birthday. While at Naval Aviation Pre-Flight School in North Carolina, Bush described the crude propaganda handed out as “sickening,” saying that intelligent people were being “brainwashed,” even though they are smart enough to know why they are here and what they are fighting for.…

How Nixon’s Experience in World War II Shaped How He Discussed War and Peace as President

How Nixon’s Experience in World War II Shaped How He Discussed War and Peace as President

Richard Milhous Nixon’s foreign policy was well-remembered for its anti-communist focus, primarily exemplified in the Vietnam War and the bombing of Cambodia. Although the Vietnam War holds a looming role over his foreign policy and presidential legacy, he often used peaceful rhetoric when discussing foreign affairs. Nixon’s World War II service in the Navy stemmed…

How Eisenhower’s Experience in World War II Shaped How He Discussed War and Peace as President

How Eisenhower’s Experience in World War II Shaped How He Discussed War and Peace as President

President Eisenhower, who was relatively unknown to Americans and not coming from a military family, established a foreign policy after World War II that emphasized liberty, democracy, and freedom. Prior to the start of the war, Eisenhower joined General MacArthur in helping to establish a defense for the Philippines and helping Filipinos form an army.…

Utah Governor Aims to Block Pornography in the State

Utah Governor Aims to Block Pornography in the State

By Quentin Choy March 24, 2021 Governor Spencer Cox, the governor of Utah signed legislation that would mandate all cellphones and tablets sold within the state to block porn automatically. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) believes that the measure is unconstitutional and that it violates the free speech of Utahns. The governor and senators…

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