For anyone still thinking that the United States is not a police state, consider the case of the van attack in Toronto on Monday afternoon. Ten Canadians died during the rampage in which 25-year-old Alek Minassian allegedly jumped the curb and plowed a rented van through a pedestrian mall. Toronto police took him into custody … Continue reading The Rise of the American Police State
Last week, the White House confirmed that the Trump regime held secret meetings with Donald Trump’s North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong-Un. Sometime over the Easter holiday, CIA Director and Trump’s latest right-hand Mike Pompeo travelled to North Korea to engage with some unknown form of talks with the North Koreans. Pompeo joins an elite club … Continue reading The Black Hole Draining the Swamp
In response to the dramatic number of school shootings across the United States, districts around the country are taking drastic measures to keep students safe. Following the last significant school massacre in Parkland, Florida, teachers and administrators are enacting knee-jerk policies that do little more than pay lip service to frightened parents and pupils. Most … Continue reading Sacks and Stones
Yesterday, millions of American students participated in the March for Life to promote social change and a renewed demand in the United States for gun control. In doing so, the generation that cannot turn away from their smartphones found a way to use those phones as tools for a cause. They embarked on a journey … Continue reading March On!
In yet another blow for Republicans, the Supreme Court of the United States declined yesterday to take up the case of Pennsylvania gerrymandering. In a terse single-sentence order, the Court refused — for a second time — even to consider the merits of a GOP-led lawsuit seeking to block redistricting efforts that will make voting … Continue reading Cheaters Never Win