As the nation is still adjusting to the starkly different policies of the Trump administration compared to the Obama White House, aspiring politicians across the nation are looking ahead to the next major election in 2018. For Pennsylvania, that means two critical elections - for our Governor and for one of our U.S. Senators. After … Continue reading Pennsylvania Gears Up for 2018 Election
On April 10, Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo announced the incoming arrival of a legislative bill entitled the Excelsior Scholarship. The bill is said to provide free tuition at any public two or four-year university in New York for state citizens making less than $100,000 per year (for 2017) and eventually for those making … Continue reading Cuo-No
On Friday, President Trump signed an executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for a period of 90 days. Now, it’s Monday, and the uproar from the media and the public is still thundering, and I doubt that the disenchantment people feel will subside anytime soon. Before I state … Continue reading The Good – but Mostly Bad – of Trump’s Immigration Order
Yes, I am an ever-exotic Ivy League Republican. No, Donald Trump is not a perfect conservative. Yes, I am still voting for him. Surely those in the party who have declined to do so have noticed that Hillary Clinton is no ideologically pure adherent to liberalism. Yet if elected, she has pledged to lead the … Continue reading Oh Yes, I Am a Trump Supporter
Millennials love Barack Obama. He’s a gifted politician - indeed, a once-in-a-lifetime political talent. His charisma puts men like George W. Bush, John McCain, and Mitt Romney to shame. His affinity for being a “cool” President by chatting with the likes of Ellen DeGeneres while the world burns is matched only by his fondness for … Continue reading Obama: A Fashionable Failure of a President
In October, the far-left website Salon published a piece entitled “I’m a Pedophile, but I’m Not a Monster.” I’ll spare you the morally repugnant details, but in essence, the article claimed that we should seek to understand pedophiles and empathize with them, as long as they don’t act on their preferences. In other words, don’t … Continue reading Pedophilia: The New Civil Rights Frontier?