Going Forward

This is going to be my first post in nearly a month. Happy New Year, by the way. A good amount to unpack: I didn’t anticipate necessarily to take this long of a break, I honestly feel that the best way to make something out of nothing is to just put as many swings upContinue reading “Going Forward”

Jimmy Dore Is Fighting For Progressives

This is a good clip to get you up to speed with what’s going on in regards to the proposition that prominent progressive commenter Jimmy Dore drew up for congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the rest of the so called “squad” and “progressive wing” of the Democratic party in fighting for their fundamental belief that healthcareContinue reading “Jimmy Dore Is Fighting For Progressives”

Bureaucrats Change Rules During A Pandemic To Give Unfair Advantage To Established Party That Is Justified Because They Lead In The Fake News Polls

That’s right everyone. Stop the steal. I’m talking about the Big Ten conference and how they are literally changing the rules laid out at the beginning of the season to grant #4 Ohio State a spot in the Big10 conference championship game even though they will not have played the minimum required number of gamesContinue reading “Bureaucrats Change Rules During A Pandemic To Give Unfair Advantage To Established Party That Is Justified Because They Lead In The Fake News Polls”

Texas Is Suing 4 States Over The Election

Last night the state of Texas filed a lawsuit directly to the Supreme Court, under original jurisdiction, in looking to decertify the results of last months vote and allow state legislatures to appoint electors for the upcoming electoral college vote. Texas is claiming that these 4 states, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, used the coronavirusContinue reading “Texas Is Suing 4 States Over The Election”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 22

Happy Friday everyone. Yes, a lot continues to go on in the world and as we are now just under a month until the year 2020 is over. I don’t think the fact that the calendar turns actually will make a difference but at least the “jokes” will be put to bed. I doubt thatContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 22”

Wild Thoughts Aren’t Uncommon Today

This video has been going viral as a Western Michigan local news station got interrupted and then confronted with a truth bomb during a live news broadcast. In a state that has enacted more absurd lockdown measures, restaurant owner Dave Morris is one of the many people who feels he can no longer just allowContinue reading “Wild Thoughts Aren’t Uncommon Today”

Project Veritas Is About To Expose CNN #CNNTapes

Off the top of my head I can’t remember if I have written in depth about Project Veritas before. A news source that is deemed as “fake news” by many on the left is actually one of the more real news cites in the country right now. I say this because everything they post isContinue reading “Project Veritas Is About To Expose CNN #CNNTapes”

Hating On Jake Paul Is Unoriginal

This past Saturday was a microcosm of 2020. Weird stuff happening all over the place, everyone asking what is going on, but at the same time just accepting it and hoping some good would come from whatever the result ended up being. People were making jokes but also virtue signaling everywhere. It was poetic, honestly.Continue reading “Hating On Jake Paul Is Unoriginal”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 21

The day after Thanksgiving is one of the lazier days of the year. After a full day of eating, drinking, and football there is nothing better than subjecting yourself to a full day of college sports on the couch before the weekend. The air is crisp and the vibes are good. It’s just an allContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 21”

We Shouldn’t Be Afraid To See Family On Thanksgiving – But It Seems For Too Many (Including Mine) It Is Already Too Late

This is another important thing to consider as we remember how 2020 will be etched in history. It’s important to think about both the short and long term impacts that the many defining-moments that we have endured throughout this calendar year and how they will be remembered as we live past these crises. There, ofContinue reading “We Shouldn’t Be Afraid To See Family On Thanksgiving – But It Seems For Too Many (Including Mine) It Is Already Too Late”