Category Archives: The Closet On The Right

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 […]

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 […]

[Guest Post]Dear Liberals, I Told You So

Donald Trump No Russian Collusion

Finally, the first of three investigations into President Donald J. Trump and his administration alleging Russian collusion has come to an end. Their findings were clear and concise: NO EVIDENCE OF RUSSIAN COLLUSION! I’ve been saying this all along but, not because anyone told me so, not because people around me believed there was no […]

Socialism Will Rise Again With This Generation

Time Heals All Wounds What’s done, can never be undone. The pain, the scars and the shadows of failed socialist systems can never be completely undone. Unfortunately, they can be forgotten. The history books are happy to remind us if we are willing to read them.  Story after story of starvation, poverty, and death.  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. […]

[GUEST POST] America Saved My Family After We Fled Iran. We Must Protect Our Freedom

A Child Living in Fear How does the child of an immigrant family from Iran feel about this country? Well here is the story of my family … you decide. As Armenians, we are all too aware of History and oppression and prejudices.  Our ancestors were massacred by the Ottomans, and yet to this day, […]

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 […]

The Left’s Long March Resumes [Guest Post]

Left's Long March

Weaponizing government entities returns, with a vengeance Antonio Gramsci believed that the path to the seizure of state power was not through violent revolution, like the Communist Revolution of a century ago, but through “becoming State.” Marxist revolutionaries would become the state by taking over the institutions of the state. This plan/concept would become more […]

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 […]