While many left leaning sources site the Southern Poverty Law Center, do they deserve being cited?Read Full Article
Ever since the presidency of Jimmy Carter and the stagflation of the time, Keynesian economics has always been in doubt. The Great Recession changed popular perceptions of it, bringing back Keynesianism into good light, but did Obama’s policies actually work?READ FULL ARTICLE
Immigration is a very important topic to discuss in politics. People undermine immigration especially in America due to the indoctrination that America is an immigrant country and immigration is sought to stay high due to America “traditionally” being an immigration country.
The Peloponnesian War was the result of tensions between the Greek powers of Sparta and Athens.
Following the end of the Persian War, where Greeks fought side by side, the Athenians formed the Delian League. This league was a military alliance that eventually devolved/evolved to an Athenian Empire.Read Full Article
Recently I published an article titled “The case for universal healthcare”. In response, a fellow writer called “Dissenting Academic” released a point by point “rebuttal” of my article. If you feel like wading through a cesspool of fallacious arguments and misrepresented statistics, I would highly recommend it.Read Full Article
Undoubtedly, the first image one conjures up when looking into American secessionism is the Confederacy during the American Civil War. That’s for good reason considering they are the only secessionists to have dramatically altered the path of US history. However, America has been full of many other secessionist groups. Some of the more well-known movements are the Second Vermont Republic, Cascadia, and the Lakotah Republic. One secession movement in particular rise among the rest as one of the oddest. That secession movement is the Alaskan Independence Party.