Today, we'll discuss why it's ok to ask questions and how to do it in a way that doesn't make you sound crazy. Plus, I'll give you some ammo to push back on the "conspiracies never happen" idea.
I am in favor of every means of exacting back power and sovereignty from government overreach that does no harm to individuals in the process. I do not advocate defiance of every law, but I do see it fit to have the states stand against unjust laws as well as the individual, in the most prudent way possible.
In today's world, wanting America to succeed is a partisan issue, but it doesn't have to be. Today, we discuss how you can be a patriot, and want the best for your country, no matter your political allegiances.
Can public schools teach the Bible? What does the 1st amendment say? What can we learn about reading the Bible both religiously and secularly?
I make the case for keeping the parts of the government that are shut down closed for good. And why we should close down more of it.
With the election day being today in Indiana, I wanted to discuss my decision. I will weigh the pros and cons of voting and how I would vote if a ballot were in front of me.
With a week filled with obvious signs of escalation from rhetoric to real threats of violence and even ideologically driven violence, it seemed necessary to address this boiling over of the public discourse.
I think the system is broken around law enforcement. It's not just a few bad apples, but it's a system that doesn't allow people to peacefully live their lives.