Donald Trump Agrees To 4 Hour Debate Moderated By Joe Rogan – Will Biden?

The answer is no, so don’t get your hopes up. But, the clip of Joe Rogan saying he would agree to a long-form, live-streamed debate between the 2 presidential nominees had been floating around for the last week and then gained serious steam this morning when Donald Trump replied to Tim Kennedy on twitter sayingContinue reading “Donald Trump Agrees To 4 Hour Debate Moderated By Joe Rogan – Will Biden?”

Why Is #Unity2020 Getting Censored?

“A Republic, if you can keep it.” Benjamin Franklin Two months ago I sought to bring attention to an idea that was presented by Dr. Bret Weinstein called the Unity2020 Plan. This basically involved a complete rethinking in how we viewed our country, 2-party system, and elections as we approach the general election in lessContinue reading “Why Is #Unity2020 Getting Censored?”

The Tide Has Turned On “Peaceful Protests”

After months of riots, looting, and arson, it seems like the social unrest across the country has finally shown up on the front door for Democratic operatives. I say this after a revealing clip of Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo on CNN last week stated how polls and focus groups are showing the constant riotsContinue reading “The Tide Has Turned On “Peaceful Protests””

Joe Biden Doubles Down That He Will Partake In Presidential Debates

Nancy Pelosi made waves this morning as she said in a press conference that she doesn’t believe Joe Biden should give Donald Trump the time of day on a debate stage. She spewed about how Trump lives in an alternate reality and would belittle the office. The Speaker says his “lies” shouldn’t be highlighted onContinue reading “Joe Biden Doubles Down That He Will Partake In Presidential Debates”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 11

I’m writing this on a train as I journey back to Bloomington, Indiana. I’m not taking the most conventional route, but it’s not always a straight line that can yield the best results. This train, that got delayed for 90 minutes because of a fallen power line, is on its way to Philadelphia where IContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 11”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 6

On one hand I feel like this summer is already over. On the other hand it’s not even the 4th of July yet. The initial quarantines and pandemic has completely messed up my mental calendar. Time is such a construct that I might just watch Interstellar on repeat this weekend. Just Kidding it’s gonna beContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 6”

Black Out Tuesday

Seeing #blackouttuesday take over social media this morning of course immediately caught my attention and got me thinking. It put me in an internal bind. I honestly don’t feel like I need to post to my social media to show people what kind of person I am, or where I stand on the issues ofContinue reading “Black Out Tuesday”

Jeff Daniels’ Opening Monologue in “The Newsroom” 8 Years Later

I recently remembered this iconic opening scene from Jeff Daniels in the first episode of HBO’s “The Newsroom”. Sharing it seems appropriate at this time. Aaron Sorkin is an incredible screenwriter/director/producer and most everyone has enjoyed his movies from A Few Good Men to Moneyball to The Social Network to Molly’s Game. He also wroteContinue reading “Jeff Daniels’ Opening Monologue in “The Newsroom” 8 Years Later”

What Section 230 And The President’s Executive Order Could Mean for Social Media

Everyone in America enjoys the liberty of Freedom of Speech. I was thinking what if you had to pay someone every time you opened your mouth to say words? Like legitimately had to pay for speech. Would rates be calculated like an Uber charge? That would get quite confusing and could be another topic forContinue reading “What Section 230 And The President’s Executive Order Could Mean for Social Media”

Happy Memorial Day

Happy Memorial Day. Thank you to all the veterans who paid the ultimate price protecting the greatest nation on Earth. It is a difficult time right now but try to have a great day with your families and loved ones. Of course we highlight it today, but we should really remember to thank those whoContinue reading “Happy Memorial Day”