May 24, 2019 read, explore

Category: Politics


Beyond Background Checks: More Ways to Stop Gun Violence

In the 212 days since the start of 2016, there have been 271 mass shootings in the United States. While...

Think Twice Before Voting Green in 2016

This election cycle, Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has ignited a political revolution that, despite his withdrawal from the Democratic primaries, has...

Auditing the Fed: What It Really Means

The Republican Party’s new official platform returned to many traditional (and what many would call outdated) ideas and principles, like...

Why Ted Cruz Might Be the GOP’s 2020 Nominee

In a convention that was filled with chaos and controversy, from Melania Trump’s alleged plagiarism of Michelle Obama to Chris...

Does The U.S. Really Have The Highest Taxes In The World?

Donald Trump says America has the highest taxes in the world. There are two problems with this claim. First, it’s...

Has Pope Francis Really Done More For Peace in Three Years Than The UN Has Since 1945?

If there’s one word that comes to mind when one hears the name Pope Francis, that word is “rebel.” Since...

Trump’s Got This: Why Donald Trump Is Likely Our Next President

Last year, I wrote about Donald Trump extensively. Most of those articles can be found on The Inquisitr. While I...

The Left Is Losing

The liberals in America are losing. While the Trump election offered some evidence that the progressives were in trouble, the left’s...

Ben Stein Says Obama Has A ‘Strong Hatred Of America’

Ben Stein has some pretty harsh words for President Obama. In an interview with Newsmax TV, Stein criticized Obama’s plan...

Blurring The Lines: Celebrities Who Have Turned To Politics

It has long been said that “politics is show business for ugly people” and today there seems to be no...