FISA Memo: Who controls our government?

If you’ve been following the developments associated with the Steele Dossier or the allegations that President Trump colluded with the Russians to disrupt and win the 2016 election, then you will know that February 2, 2018 could go down as a pivotal moment in the history of the United States. According to “The Memo” released on

Republican Liberty Caucus Endorses Austin Petersen for US Senate in Missouri

KANSAS CITY, MO – The National Board of the Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) has voted unanimously to endorse Austin Petersen in his candidacy for U.S. Senate in Missouri’s Republican primary. The nominee will go on to face incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill in the general election. “Austin is the breath of fresh air Missourians need,” said

Bitcoin Donations Forbidden by Kansas Government

Bitcoin is one of the more popular cryptocurrencies being used around the world today, but many local governments and locations within the United States are against the use of this currency. Bitcoin users have been enjoying the unregulated use of the currency online, especially when playing at online casino sites. By making use of a

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

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

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

Online Human Trafficking and the Negligence of Nonchalance

Written by Lauren Delisle Reports on the kidnapping of instagram-famous Chloe Ayling indicate that the twenty-year-old aspiring model and mother of one was taken from an apartment in Milan where her agent Phil Green had set up a photoshoot for her. Within hours, Ayling was drugged and stuffed into a suitcase then brought to a

Please Keep Ignoring Wasserman Shultz and the DNC’s Corruption … You Racists

Written by Your Third Choice Follow on Twitter: @YourThirdChoice Debbie Wasserman Shultz, disgraced ex-chairwoman of the DNC and connoisseur of political corruption, is once again battling tidal waves of truth with political “us vs. them” rhetoric. A staffer working for Wasserman Shultz is being charged with fraudulent bank dealings and physical theft from House of Representatives members’

The Dumbest Laws in Each of the 50 States

In recent weeks, we’ve seen 5-year-olds fined for selling lemonade, pet sitters ticketed for watching cats without a permit, teens handcuffed for selling bottles of water to thirsty people, and efforts to criminalize screen time for kids. It got us thinking: how many silly, outrageous, and/or superfluous laws are there out there? Here are 50