Barack Obama

Net Neutrality is a Trojan Horse

The phrase Net Neutrality hardly sounds threatening. The theme, or undertone, behind the name branding of this potential law is ‘fairness’. But, as we’ve seen in the past, lawmakers sure know how to title a bill… take the Affordable Care Act or the Patriot Act …

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Obama or Bush: Who’s Tougher on Terrorists?

While the two most recent American Presidents are polar opposites in respect to character, economic policies and political beliefs, they aren’t as far apart as most think when it comes to warfare. George W. Bush believed in openly flexing America’s military muscle by taking the …

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13 Things I Learned After Reading No Easy Day

You read No Easy Day and start to ask yourself: man, compared to these guys, what the hell have I done with my life? Although controversial, it’s an inspirational book in the sense that it demonstrates what extreme discipline, preparation and passion can do for …

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11 Things I Learned from Reading Blood Feud by Edward Klein

Ed Klein is a brilliant investigative journalist/author. I discovered Klein’s genius after reading his book The Amateur, which documented, through many anonymous sources in private meetings and such, the inexperience of Barack Obama. That book was released months before the 2012 election and made the New …

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Here’s How The Republicans Will Take the Senate Back in 2014

This year’s midterm election represents two realities. The first is that Barack Obama, the candidate, will never appear on a ballot anywhere in this country again. The second, is that Barack Obama, the President, has raised the ire of so many to such fever pitch, …

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