Why Voting Should Not Be an Unmitigated Right

Passion is a necessary ingredient in the political process; it’s what drives us to advocate for what we believe in, and to vote. But there’s a critical balance that must be struck between passion and knowledge. If one possesses ample passion, but little knowledge, they will make poor decisions. A level of dispassion is required to properly asses ideas, while an overabundance of passion fogs the mind. With the recent events at Yale and University of Missouri, there’s been a lot of talk of immaturity Read more […]

Not Everyone Should Be Allowed to Vote

“There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge'” – Isaac Asimov We hear of voter disenfranchisement frequently. Whenever voter ID laws come up, there are cries of voter suppression; when convicted felons aren’t allowed to vote—even after serving Read more […]

To Christians Who Don’t Vote & Are Proud of it

I’ve written about the allowance of moral decay in our society by Christians who vote Democrat. I wrote that by voting for politicians whose entire social platforms rest on the acceptance and aggressive promotion of immoral lifestyles and on-demand child sacrifice, Christians who vote Democrat are directly contributing to the moral decline of our republic. Today, I’d like to address Christians who don’t vote, who don’t get involved in politics, and are proud of it. I can’t recall the number of Read more […]

To Christians Who Vote Democrat: Homosexuality & Gay Marriage

There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” – Søren Kierkegaard I was raised in the Church of Christ, and throughout my upbringing, I was always encouraged to ask “why.” This led to a spiritual journey full of satisfying answers. I asked questions, and rather than simply accepting the answers my parents gave me, or the edicts from the pulpit, I searched the scripture myself. This behavior informed my political development. Read more […]

D.C. to Give Non-American Citizens Right to Vote

The only reason politicians want to give non-American citizens the right to vote is so that those non-citizens will vote for those politicians. This goes for both political parties. Unfortunately, the establishments of both parties pander to immigrants and those who haven’t gone through the processes to become American citizens. They’re just trying to buy votes. The political process has become a game, the object of which is to own all the demographic groups:  women, Blacks, Latinos, the youth, Read more […]

Voter Suppression: Voter Told to Remove his NRA Instructor Hat

Isn’t it voter suppression to tell a businessman he can’t vote and keep wearing apparel that advertises his business? A Douglasville, Georgia man went in to the voting booth to vote early, and he was instructed to remove his NRA Instructor hat, because it’s too closely associated with the GOP. The Daily Caller reported: Bundy Cobb, who is certified by the National Rifle Association in firearms training, wears the hat in part to promote his business, True Aim Defense. But poll workers apparently Read more […]

Dem Senate Candidate from KY Avoids Questions about Voting for Obama

Living in northern Kentucky, I’ve watched the Senate campaigns of GOP incumbent Mitch McConnell and his Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes. Eastern Kentucky’s economy relies heavily on the coal mining industry. Obama has been waging open warfare against the coal industry by trying to place so many expensive regulations on them that they are forced out of business. Without coal, Obama is hoping that will force power companies to turn to far more expensive green energy sources. Obama’s Read more […]

Should Everyone Be Allowed To Vote?

“You guys are fed a lot of cynicism every single day about how nothing works and big institutions stink and government is broken…The world is less violent than it has ever been. It is healthier than it has ever been. It is more tolerant than it has ever been. It is better fed then it’s ever been. It is more educated than it’s ever been.” – Barack ObamaWe have a problem in our country, and the roots of this problem have become more deeply entrenched in our national identity with each passing Read more […]

3 of every 4 Americans Favor Proof of Citizenship for Voting

I’ve written a number of times about voter fraud and some liberals have challenged me, claiming that voter fraud is so scarce that it is virtually non-existent and has no effect on elections.  My question to one liberal and others is if this is the case, then why are Democrats so dead fire against any anti-voter fraud laws? Yeah, I know that standard rhetoric is that it discriminates against blacks, Hispanics and other poor minorities.  But how true is that?  First of all, if I was black Read more […]

Cities With Highest Income Inequality Voted for Obama

Obama said he wants Republicans to come up with ways to combat income inequality. But “income inequality” is the essence of socialism. And not only that, Obama depends on income inequality in order to stay in power. A recent Brookings Institute study showed that the cities with the most income inequality also voted for Obama. Now there’s a surprise for you. Here’s CNS News: “Inequality in big cities exceeds the national average,” according to the study by Brookings senior fellow Read more […]

Man Booted Out of Voting Booth for Wearing 2nd Amendment T-Shirt

Liberals claim that voter ID laws disenfranchise voters. Particularly Blacks and Latinos. I mean, how else are illegal aliens going to vote Democrat? How else are Blacks supposed to vote four times if they have to show their ID in order to vote? How racist. Well, who needs voter ID law disenfranchisement when you’ve got poll workers booting voters out the door for wearing the wrong kind of t-shirt? They already have laws in place that prohibit people from campaigning for or placing signs Read more […]

Shock: 30% Of Pro-Lifers Voted For McAuliffe

Robert Heinlein said: “Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.” Elections are important for a multitude of reasons, namely because an election can determine the character that will lead one’s state or country. There are many people who will tell you that attitude and character don’t matter in regard to political candidates, so long as their policy is right. That could not be farther from the truth. Character is everything. While we cannot judge character directly, because it isn’t tangible, Read more […]