News

Briefly on China Imposing Sanctions on North Korea

August 14, 2017 Shawn McElhinney 0

Earlier today, China announced it will soon cut off imports of coal, iron/lead ore and goods from North Korea per UN sanctions. — Mark Knoller (@markknoller) August 14, 2017 Or if you prefer your news the more old fashioned way courtesy of a webpage: China is to stop importing coal, […]

Culture

Montana GOP Candidate Assaults Guardian Reporter

May 25, 2017 Shawn McElhinney 0

Seriously, you cannot make this stuff up. As I noted in a prior article, among the special election races taking place this year is one in Montana for the At-Large seat there.{1} Who if asked “how can we help our chances to win”? when faced with a close election in the closing […]

Politics

Venezuela – The Battle Between Socialism and Socialism

April 19, 2017 Jay Powers 1

Venezuela is in the state of chaos- riots, protest, people starving, and even the military has no food. The longtime socialist stronghold on the country has brought a once steady and beautiful country to an anarchic state. This “Democratic Socialist” country is not only a great case study showing the […]

Politics

Steve Bannon: Gone From National Security Council

April 5, 2017 Shawn McElhinney 0

Steve Bannon has left the Trump Administration’s National Security Council (NSC) according to the Washington Examiner: According to a National Security Presidential Memorandum in the Federal Register, Bannon is off the council and Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert has been demoted. National security adviser H.R. McMaster is now in charge of setting […]

Culture

Holy Split: The Political Divide Among Catholic Voters

April 3, 2017 Jay Powers 0

As the largest religion in the country, Catholics make up a large portion of the voting electorate. But unlike Christian Evangelicals and Later Day Saints, they voice is unusually divided… and uncertain. Historically, evangelicals and Mormons have voted reliably Republican in local, state, and national elections. On the other hand, […]