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    Why Are Democrats Helping Republicans Win in Florida?

    On October 12, DNC member and Florida State Rep. Joseph Geller (D) was pushed by progressives in the Miami-Dade County Democrats to resign or rescind an endorsement for a non-party affiliated Miami Beach Commissioner candidate, Mark Samuelian, over the Democratic Party Candidate. In doing so, Geller allegedly violated the County Democratic Party’s loyalty bylaws. Samuelian […]

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    2018: The Year of the ‘Ballot or the Bullet’

    Malcolm X, one of my heroes, once gave one of the best speeches of all time, “The Ballot or the Bullet”. Why do I bring this up? Because we are there once again. Let me say this unequivocally, I do not condone or promote violent overthrow of the US Government or rioting. Whew, now that’s […]

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    Hope For The Worst?

    I haven’t really watched much of the NFL the past few years. Mostly, I find it hard to watch a league which makes the most money in North American sports, yet pays its players the least, through mostly non-guaranteed contracts, while at the same time asking them to put their bodies and, we now know, […]

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    Trump Is Making Obamacare Fail By Completely Destroying It

    One of President Trump’s main campaign promises was to repeal Obamacare, and the American people witnessed many attempts by the Republican Party to repeal and replace Obamacare. So far, they have all failed. President Trump has said that ‘Obamacare is in death spiral’ and many other criticisms, but they haven’t been true. Millions who previously […]

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    Can Workers Win Against New York’s Cable Colossus?

    It is possibly one of the longest worker strikes of its size in modern labor history, and it’s happening in the era of Trump. For more than six months, 1,800 workers in New York and New Jersey have been on strike against Charter Communications, a phone, internet, and cable company that services 2.5 million subscribers […]

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    Toward a Better Understanding of Liberty

    Everyone wants freedom. And yet there’s no single best definition of what it really is. When it comes to living in society, there’s no single set of rules, laws, standards, or principles that everyone could agree on. And yet we all want freedom. People are scared of losing their freedom, and rightfully so. There is […]

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    Senator Claire McCaskill Gets Primary Challenger Over Single-Payer Healthcare

    Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO), one of the most conservative Democrats in the Senate, has developed a reputation with progressives for reducing and criticizing several progressive policies that are growing in popularity.    During a town hall in April 2017, she told her constituents that policies like free college tuition are too expensive to enact; “Free college tuition is […]