Deconstructing the Deconstruction- Postmodernism’s Effect on US Politics

Written by Eric Lough Postmodernism, as it reluctantly likes to be defined as, focuses on the deconstruction of “truths” while trying show the importance of knowledge in power relationships. The goal of the Postmodernists seek to deconstruct society’s labels. Michel Foucalt, 20th century philosopher, the father of postmodernism, emphasized personal identity over societal identity by

Gary Johnson and Jill Stein Lose in Court Again

Former presidential candidates Gary Johnson and Jill Stein’s lawsuit against the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) dismissal was upheld by Judge Janice Brown of the D.C. Circuit of Appeals on Tuesday. The dismissal was originally decided by D.C. District Court Judge Rosemary Collyer, and Brown stated that the earlier dismissal was properly decided. Johnson and

Twitter Pulls Japanese User’s Account For Tweeting About Killing Mosquito

Written By: Squiggly Line Guy Follow on Facebook or Twitter Twitter has been known to pull accounts of people who are provocative such as Milo Yiannopoulos. The account of Twitter user @nemuismywife was pulled down by Twitter, though this user is hardly provocative. It leaves some scratching their heads, and others their mosquito bites. The

Arpaio was Always an Asshole- Trump’s Ridiculous First Pardon

Trump’s Arpaio pardon raises several questions. The most important ones for once have easy answers, and have been covered elsewhere. Was Arpaio guilty? Of course he was. He not only admitted to willfully violating court orders, he openly bragged about it, including to the press. Should the law he broke have been a law at

Privileged Elitist Liberals In Austin Protest Trump While Houston Suffers

Written by: Squiggly Line Guy Follow on Facebook or Twitter I’m a firm believer in the Freedom of Speech, even more so than the Liberals in Austin who hit the streets to exercise it. Unlike Liberals, not only do I defend their right to free speech, but also the rights of those who Liberals disagree

Explaining the Recent Massive Success and “Fork” of Bitcoin

Written by Eric Lough By now everyone has heard of bitcoin, But what is it really? An online currency isolated from any government or bank. A cyberpunk libertarian’s wet dream idea of a currency. Bitcoin has gained public attention as well official notoriety very early in it’s conception for being an anonymous currency used to

News from Down Under: The Global Effects of DPRK Threats

Written by Nora Campbell Recently, the DPRK has threatened the Pacific with nuclear arms, an action which could be extremely dangerous to Australia. No doubt, it was meant to seem this way, as we’ve also been accused of “blindly and zealously toeing the US line.” Since this, Australians have been wondering the same thing, is

‘Being Liberal’ Goes On Arpaio Bender, But There’s One Glaring Problem

Written By: Squiggly Line Guy Follow on Facebook or Twitter The Facebook Page Being Liberal has been on a recent bender about Donald Trump’s Presidential pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio. The sheriff was held in contempt of court for not ceasing racial profiling practices on court order. Here are a few captures of their posts:

First State-Wide REINS Act in the Nation Passes, We Talk to the Author

This month, Governor Walker of Wisconsin signed into law the first state-wide version of the REINS Act in the nation. It stands for Regulations from the Executive In Need of Scrutiny, but how does it work? What does it do exactly? We talked with Representative Adam Neylon, author of the bill, to find out. Liberty

Mad Dog, Sir, Please Don’t Send Me To World War III

General Mattis, Sir, It is with overwhelming respect that I urge you not to take the U.S. to war with North Korea preemptively. When I was a very young boy, I had always wanted to be a marine, that being said, I’d still join the corps in a heartbeat to defend my country from a