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Iran: Rouhani’s 2nd Term Intensifies Mullahs’ Crisis

May 23, 2017 0

Iran has held presidential elections, but the elections were not free nor fair.  The election exposes how tenuous the mullahs’ grasp on power seems to be. The results of Iran’s presidential elections, declared on Friday, in no way represent the […]

Bernie Sanders and the Challenges of British Healthcare

May 19, 2017 0

Some “European” health care systems are idealized by some in the US. Bernie Sanders often promotes other countries health care. Are the systems so ‘perfect’? The reform of health care is a sharply divided issue, and many Democrat and Republican […]

What Will Change After Iran’s Presidential Election?

May 18, 2017 0

When Americans hear the word “election,” they usually associate it with the people having a voice through the ballot. In Iran, that isn’t the case. What will change after Iran’s presidential election? Absolutely nothing. While a fierce showdown is in […]

Joss Whedon and the Case for Cultural Depoliticking

May 17, 2017 0

Sometimes it is brutally obvious that it is a terrible thing to mix culture and politics. Joss Whedon is a poster-child for cultural depoliticking. Politics ruins everything, including as we just found, Mothers’ Day. The irony of ironies was probably […]

The Donald Versus the FBI

May 15, 2017 0

Personality politicking has been raging in this administration, and the latest casualty of Donald Trump’s ego is the FBI. The firing of FBI Director James Comey by President Trump, was certainly legal, called for by many on both sides of […]

The Modern Handicapper General

May 11, 2017 0

Sometimes calls by some political figures and activists for “true equality”  end up causing more societal restrictions. “PC culture” is a divisive movement. In his dystopian short story, “Harrison Bergeron”, Kurt Vonnegut painted a portrait of a world where true equality […]

What’s a Libertarian Catholic To Do?

May 8, 2017 0

When the Pope departs from the religious spectrum and addresses political matters in a misguided way, what do the faithful do? When mainstream media outlets report on issues of religion, usually Christianity and specifically Catholicism, it’s always good to take […]

Journalist Melts Down Over the Right to Bear Arms

May 5, 2017 0

Apparently it is a bad thing if someone who will be working with our military is pro-gun, and opposed to social engineering within our military. Huffington Post reporter Amanda Terkel is having a complete melt down over Army Secretary nominee […]

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