A prime locale to talk bribery, suspect campaign funding, and all other instances of political corruption. The shadier, the better.
Private Enterprise vs Public Service
Introduction This is not a rant against good private enterprise, but it is NOT a public service, despite many politicians telling us that certain ones are. This is a bit of observational history and why the world is in such a terrible economic and climactic state because of people being sold the new god of money.
Beyond the Ballot
In the ongoing quest for a fair and accountable government, the focus on term limits has primarily centered around elected positions. While limiting the tenure of elected officials is a step in the right direction, it's essential to cast a wider net and address the potential loophole—lifetime appointments through strategically positioned appointed positions. In this blog post, we delve into the critical need for term limits on appointed positions to truly curb corruption, foster diversity, and maintain a government that genuinely serves the people.
Building a foundation for criminal justice reform requires advocates to think outside the box. In the sophisticated tapestry of democracy, the voices of the people should resonate louder than the clinking of campaign coffers and the influence of deep pockets. However, the nexus between wealth and political power has led many to question the true intent behind the decisions made by elected and appointed officials, particularly in the realm of criminal justice. In this blog post, we explore the imperative of implementing term limits for all positions within the criminal justice system, contending that this reform is not just a change in personnel but a transformational shift towards a system truly committed to the well-being of those it serves.
Policing for Profit
In the delicate balance between justice and the pursuit of revenue, an alarming trend has emerged in recent years — the practice of "policing for profit." Although the overall problem is inclusive of the entire justice system including the courts, probation offices, and penal institutions, we will address law enforcement alone in this post. This controversial phenomenon sees law enforcement agencies becoming entangled in the pursuit of monetary gains, raising significant ethical concerns about the motives behind policing. In this blog post, we'll delve into the intricacies of how governments utilize law enforcement to generate revenue and why many argue that this practice should be deemed illegal.
A Victim of Ignorance and Greed
Most of my adult life, I have been a renter or a guest. As a child, I was not expected to contribute financially to my mother's rent or mortgage payments. However, after high school graduation, as an independent adult, I was expect to afford my own housing. That expectation is not unfair, but for over 30 years, I have witnessed and experienced many leases or contracts or rental agreements that have been unfair and according to American history, illegal.
The Scams How They Are Getting Smarter
I have learned about places like The Healthy Boxes websites, and other websites that involve doing surveys. These surveys anyone gets to do gets paid a certain amount of money this farce has been proven by me to be a new form of scamming. I love how they try to figure out new ways to scam others out of their hard earned money.
All the Ways Joe Biden Has Made the United States Worse So Far
Introduction: Exploring the Negative Impact of Joe Biden's Policies Joe Biden's presidency has been marked by controversy and criticism, with many arguing that his policies have had a negative impact on the United States. This article aims to examine the various ways in which Joe Biden's policies have made the United States worse, focusing on key areas such as the economy, immigration, foreign relations, and public opinion.
Legacy Media is Frustrating
First and foremost, you should regard this as an opinion piece, and not one from any expertise background, because I’m far from one. I generally have no interest in politics, and I find it both boring and mind-numbing to think about and try to decipher (because deciphering is needed when it comes to politics... nothing is clear cut). But seeing the coverage of the recent attack on Israel and the aftermath in mainstream media, frustration and anger were building up inside and I had to let it out.
"They Make a Desolation..."
"We are not lovers, we are not romantics, we are here to serve you." Gary Numan, "Down in the Park" Let me start off by saying there's one thing you can be sure of: Whoever has the power to dictate terms decides whose "rights" matter, and whose don't.
Exploring the Christian-Israel Relationship
In the ever-evolving landscape of international relations, few issues are as contentious and emotionally charged as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Within this never-ending debate, there exists a complex and often misunderstood relationship between Christians and the state of Israel. While many devout Christians do express strong support for Israel, it is crucial to question whether this support is blind or if it is rooted in a deeper theological and historical context.
President Vows to Protect Nazis with Own Life
August 26th (Nashua, NH) – Your rights, freedoms, and liberties are all under attack, according to the President of the United States. At a press conference held after meeting with the governor of New Hampshire ostensibly to discuss recent events in the State, the President addressed the media and others in attendance with a fiery speech about personal freedoms. Said the President:
Who and How Did Yaroslav Hunka Nazi War Records Finally Come To Light?
Many times, you will read articles in the newspaper that Trump himself refers to as ‘fake news.’ In many stories, it’s not about what you read that smells it’s ... ‘what is left out.’