Movie Review — Avengers: Infinity War

The fifth highest grossing movie ever, Avengers: Infinity War, hit theaters late last month. I waited quite some time to share my thoughts as this movie had a lot I would not want to spoil. My assumption is that if you have not yet seen it, you’re not going to be upset by spoilers. Given that, there are spoilers ahead. Here is my review of … Continue reading Movie Review — Avengers: Infinity War

Adding Atrocity to Atrocities

There are two kinds of nations who love the shedding of innocent blood. There are nations whose people do this regularly and habitually, in spite of the prohibitions against such behavior, and then there is a whole different kind of nation. One which sheds innocent blood with legislative approval. A nation that regularly murders the innocent is wicked and deserves judgment. However, there is still … Continue reading Adding Atrocity to Atrocities

Government Bigger than Your Uterus

A much anticipated event just occurred at the annual Politicon gathering. Political commentators Ben Shapiro and Cenk Uyger debated each other for the first time. Both analysts are very well admired within their respective political wings, and very disliked among the other. Both have very influential platforms, and so the debate was lively, with around 3,000 people in attendance. As these Politicon debates typically go, … Continue reading Government Bigger than Your Uterus

To Stand Or Not to Stand?

Colin Kaepernick has recently created a national media firestorm. If you have not heard, he has recently decided to no longer stand during the pre-game National Anthems. His reason for doing so is that he feels blacks in America are being systematically oppressed, and therefore, it goes against his conscience to show respect for the nation’s flag that is doing that, or at least turning … Continue reading To Stand Or Not to Stand?

Liberty and Democracy

Ben Franklin is one of many important names to remember in America during 4th of July festivities in America.There is a famous quote often attributed to him, “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.” It has not been confirmed that this quote is actually his. Nevertheless, it has become a well-known statement, although the sentiment does not seem … Continue reading Liberty and Democracy

Columbus Day: Christianity, Christopher and Children

I have written before on the dangers of Christians who think politically and not biblically. Issues in this country tend to take the hard sides of Liberal VS Conservatives. The danger can be a kind of political persuasion where Christians end up fearing political treason more than biblical infidelity. Peter tells the civil magistrate of his day “we must obey God rather than men,” and … Continue reading Columbus Day: Christianity, Christopher and Children

Columbus Day & Darwin

  The Irony  We live in a nation of unbelievers who, on one hand, hate Columbus for his genocide, yet, they turn around and vote to keep genocide “safe and legal.” Assuming Columbus was a mass murdering lover of genocide, he doesn’t hold a candle to 60 million. Our nation is a nation of genocide still. We still love to slaughter innocent people. Only now … Continue reading Columbus Day & Darwin

The Next Fight for Independence

Party in the U.S.A Today is America’s 4th of July celebration. Americans everywhere (on the streets, in their homes, on social media) will be decked out in red white and blue. There is much to be grateful for as an American. My very freedom to write this post comes from the sacrifices of brave Americans who fought for it. And our troops, all who are … Continue reading The Next Fight for Independence