Category Archives: Op Ed

The State of Free Speech on a College Campus

College Campus Free Speech

The author’s identity is being withheld to protect his security Thanks for my guest column on the state of free speech on a college campus. That issue has received a lot of attention in the media recently, so it should be an excellent topic to discuss. If you want to read more of my thoughts […]

Kate Smith and a Revisionist View of History

The recent banning of the time-honored recording of Kate Smith singing Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America,” and the removal of her statue from a public space in Philadelphia, challenges the reasonable mind to remain calm and not reach for the Hari-Kiri sword.   We are told that the banning and statue removal was a result of […]

Democrats’ Abusive Relationship With Their Base (And Everyone Else)

Democrats Abusive Relationship

If you look at the history of the Democrat party over time in  America, it seems not much has changed.  They still favor a big central government.  They always propose social programs like welfare and food stamps as a way to combat social/economic inequalities. The Democrats, of course, are the playground monitor making sure the […]

5 Ways Trump Could Win In 2020 (And 5 Ways He Could Lose)

The 2020 election is a long, agonizing, tumultuous 20 months away. A lot can change in that time. A whole lot. Given the intensely polarized state of US politics, it’s hard to imagine slogging through these 20 months without something (perhaps multiple things) happening in the political landscape. That said, Donald Trump is in a […]

The Dangerous Reality Behind AOC

I think we’ve all figured out that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn’t joining MENSA anytime soon, but she is a rising star in the Democratic Party for some reason. Since November, I often wonder about this “girl from the Bronx” who came out of nowhere. Firstly, who voted for this person? Where did she even come from?  How […]

Do Republicans Really Hate Gay People?

Recently, an article by author Chad Felix Green appeared in The Federalist. The article, titled The Stigma Against My Conservative Politics Is Worse Than The Stigma Of Being Gay is a point of view editorial by the author on his life, politics, and the backlash he’s faced since “coming out” as a conservative.  The response wasn’t great. […]

Ten Reasons I Reject Feminism

Reject Feminism

Once upon a time, our grandmothers and great-grandmothers marched for the right to vote.  Women all over the country wanted more than a life of standing barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen.  They wanted to go to college,  have a career, make their own money and have an identity outside of their husband and family. […]

Arizona Midterm Election, A Closer Look [GUEST POST]

A Closer look at the Arizona Election

On The Hunt for Facts Since the recent election, I was concerned about the outcome. The Republican candidate in Arizona for Senator won on election night.  However, the Democrat candidate was declared the winner almost a week later. With other elections such as Florida and other states having allegations of voter fraud, I took it […]

Romanticizing Communism

Romanticizing China

Media Outlets are Promoting Communism It was a casual Sunday.   My daughter had another grueling two-hour volleyball practice that I use to catch up on whatever project I’m working on at the moment. Naturally, a lot of scrolling happens during these practices.  During my snoozefest scrolling sesh, I saw it. An NYTimes Article is romanticizing […]

The Case for Gay Republicans

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Gay Republicans are Real Many on the Left gasp in horror when they meet Gay Republicans.  Somehow, being gay became synonymous with being a raging Liberal. I’m not a raging Liberal.  In fact, I never have been. I flirted with the Left briefly after I “came out”, but I ended up running back to the […]