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Expand Reagan's Star Wars Initiative

Back in the 80's, a lot of people opposed Ronald Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative. It's time we expand on it even further.


It's time we put politics behind us, and do whatever it takes to insure the world is safe from nuclear weapons. The best way to do that is to expand on Ronald Reagan's SDI program, and make sure that any nuclear attack on the US, or ANY country can be PREVENTED.

Many people opposed Reagan's SDI program because they felt it would EXPAND the Cold War, because it could potentially give the US a First Strike Advantage, because it could allow us to shoot down the USSR's first wave of missiles, so that we could respond with our own. While that rhetoric might've had some truth in the 80s, the reality is we still don't have this kind of technology,... [More]

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We Need Political Filters on Facebook

I'm sick and tired of all the political posts on Facebook.


Remember when social media was... social? It seems to me that the majority of the posts I see on Facebook are about politics, and frankly, I hate politics, and I'm willing to bet I'm not the only one.

The biggest problem with all these political posts is that you have no way to turn them off, and that's the inspiration for today's Idea of the Day. What I'd love to see is an option to turn off posts that you're not interested in. Don't like politics? Why not click a button that turns it off? This would have a huge impact on my Newsfeed... bye bye politics... hello cat videos.

Let's Put Social Back in Social Media!

What the heck happened to Social Media?


It's becoming uncomfortable using social media these days because it seems to me that all you see lately is politics, and it's getting nasty. Why is that? Social media started out simple enough. You shared pictures and funny stories about your weekend with all your friends, family, and co-workers, and everyone had a great time.

Somehow things change about 10 years ago, when Barack Obama realized how he could tap into social media to organize his supporters. Ever since then it seems that just about every post you see has some political agenda, and it shows no sign of slowing down.

Before social media, I had no idea what some of my closest friends and family felt about political issues, and frankly, I liked it that way. For what it's... [More]

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In defense of defense spending, it's not always the contractor's fault.


One of the biggest misconceptions about "overpriced" military spending is that contractor intentionally inflates prices of everyday items. While that may happen from time to time, most of the blame is on the government representatives that put together the original bids.

The essence of the problem is that when a contract calls for items with very specific details, this adds several major expenses.

First, the contractor needs to spend a certain amount of time doing research to determine if the item already exists, or if it needs to manufacture it. Even if they find that it's an off-the-shelf item, they still needed to pay people to do the research and acquire the items.

Assuming they need to manuf... [More]

Continue...Who's Responsible For Overpriced Military Spending?...

Why We Should ELIMINATE Open Primaries

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Social Media and Politics Don't Mix

When was the last time somebody changed your mind with a political Facebook post?


It seems to me that the majority of social media posts these days are political. Meanwhile, after hundreds of millions of political posts, I don't think a single person has ever been persuaded to change their mind, so why bother?

Chances are, at least 50% of your friends and family disagree with your political position, which means that every time you post something on Facebook, you're either preaching to the choir, or pissing people off. There is no middle ground. Anyone who already agrees with you will simply nod their head and click the like button, and the other half will just think less of you. You simply can't win.

Why not go back to the way thing were? The old days of social media... [More]

Continue...Social Media and Politics Don't Mix...

Ronald Reagan had an entirely different opinion on building a wall at the Mexican border.


The subject of building a wall between the United States and Mexico isn't new. It's been talked about for decades, but it picked up a lot of steam when Donald Trump made it the cornerstone of his Presidential run.

The issue of illegal immigration was just as important back in the 70s and 80s, when Ronald Reagan was running for office, but he had an entirely different opinion. His solution was literally the complete opposite. Reagan was opposed to the idea of building a wall because he knew that physically keeping Mexicans from crossing the border was only a symptom of the actual problem, which is that the Mexican economy was weak.

As Reagan pointed out, the real problem was that Mex... [More]

Continue...Better Mexican Relations, Inspired By Ronald Reagan...

Why Do Political Arguments End Like This?

It seems like whenever people talk politics, sooner or later one of them does this...


If you've been following my blog and my YouTube Channel, you probably know that I rarely talk about politics, but this is something I have to get off my chest. I've noticed that whenever people talk about politics, as things get heated, sooner or later, one side or the other will bring up the "Other" N-Word, the Nazis.

I can't understand why this is so common. It doesn't matter which side of the political spectrum you identify with, Progressive or Conservative, Democrat or Republican, sooner or later one of the sides will try to equate the other side's position as doing "exactly what the Nazis did". You see it all the time on CNN, Fox News, Facebook, and Twitter. They could be debating he... [More]

Continue...Why Do Political Arguments End Like This?...

Shut Up and Sing (Updated)

There's a time and place for politics... and its NOT at a concert.


I hate when celebrities preach politics to their audience, so I posted a video about it a while back. This video expands on what I said earlier to clarify my position.

In a nutshell, my main point is that celebrities shouldn't use their fame to promote their political agenda to their audience. That said, I also want to make it clear that I am not suggesting that they shouldn't speak their minds. This is a free country. There is absolutely nothing wrong with getting on their soapbox and talking about politics. My point is there is a time and place for political talk, and it's it is out of place at a show.

When somebody goes to a show expecting to be entertained, they shouldn't get a lecture about politic... [More]

Continue...Shut Up and Sing (Updated)...

Does our government REALLY represent us?


When the Founding Fathers drafted the Constitution of the United States, they wanted to create a truly unique government that was made up of everyday common people. A government OF the people, FOR the people, and BY the people of the United States.

What we ended up with is a government of career politicians, ex-military, and wealthy business executives, who simply can't relate to the everyday routines of the common citizen.

What we need is at least one cabinet position specifically for an outsider who has never served public office, and who has never run a major company. Basically, what we need is "Joe The Plumber" in the White House.

To be clear, I'm not talking about the famous "Joe The Plumber" who made headlines in the 2008 p... [More]

Continue...Joe The Plumber... in the President's Cabinet....

The Two Browser Challenge

The web is biased... but not the way you think.


You may not realize it, but most of what you see online is biased, and it's not some vast right or left wing conspiracy. It's a direct result of an algorithm specifically designed to feed you content that you already like.

At the heart of this is a simple premise. Advertisers are willing to pay more money for targeted content. The more targeted it is, the more they're willing to pay for ads, so search engines and social media sites do everything they can to pin down all your likes and dislikes. Unfortunately, this means most of the content you see online is filtered to fit your pre-existing likes and dislikes, so you'll see fewer and fewer items from an opposing side.

An even bigger problem is the snowball effect. Each ti... [More]

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Why Do Students Protest So Often?

Students love to protest.


If you turn on the news these days, it seems like there's a protest going on somewhere just about every day, and more often than not, the group is made up almost entirely of students. Why is that?

When you look at the crowd, all you see are young people. Finding anyone older 25 is like finding a needle in a haystack.

Don't the older generations see what's going on in the world? Don't they want to do something about it? Don't they even care?


The fact of the matter is that older generations are just as informed, and they care just as much as the younger generation, but they aren't as passionate because they've simply seen worse, and they've survived. It's as simple as that.

How else can you explain a group of young students literally s... [More]

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Electoral College 2.0

Many people today would like to get rid of the Electoral College. Here's a better alternative.


From time to time we elect a president who doesn't win the popular vote, which naturally leads to a lot of debate about the purpose of the Electoral College. Most of the debate is grounded in the misconception that we are living in a "Democracy".

The fact is, there is no such thing as a PURE Democracy. We're a Democratic Republic, which basically means we don't vote directly for anything, but we do vote for people who represent us. When the Constitution was drafted, the Founders went to great lengths to insure that each community would have a voice that reflects each of their unique values and needs.

Because the population and needs of each state vary so much, the solution wa... [More]

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Shut Up and Sing!

Don't you hate it when you go to a concert and the singer tells you who to vote for?


One of the worst things about going to a concert this time of year is that a lot of singers like to talk about politics right in the middle of a show. This not only gets in the way of what we really came there for, the music, they have a tendency to insult half the audience who may be supporting the other candidate.

I'm perfectly okay with an artist who performs at a rally for a candidate they're supporting, but to turn their show into a commercial for a candidate in the middle of a show is simply out of place.

Why do you need to take two tests to get a drivers license, but you only need to fill out an application to get a gun permit?


A car in the hands of an unskilled driver can be deadly, so before you can get a license to drive a car, you need to take two tests to prove you understand the laws, and can demonstrate your driving skills.

Obviously, a gun in the hands of an unskilled shooter can be even more dangerous, yet there is no such testing requirement to get a gun. All a potential gun owner needs to do is fill out a short application and wait for the required background check, and that's it. The background check doesn't do anything to insure the potential gun owner understands gun laws, or knows how to properly handle a gun.

Just like a Driver's License, there should be

... [More]

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Don't Stress Over The Election... Again

Is this the most important election... EVER?


If you're getting a feeling of Deja Vu, it's probably because we've heard that claim in just about every election ever held. Time and time again, we've been told that times are particularly fragile and that it would be horrible if we somehow picked the wrong candidate.

The real truth is, it really doesn't matter who you vote for. We'll be fine.


To some of you, that may sound unpatriotic. I'm not suggesting that you don't vote. I'm just trying to remind people that although our choice in president is important, our president is not a dictator. The President is just one part of our government. Every move our President makes is subject to the approval of our legislative and judicial branches. Simply stated, the President... [More]

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A Trump Sanders Ticket is UNBEATABLE

If Donald Trump picked Bernie Sanders as his running mate, there is no chance they would lose.


Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are clearly "Anti-Establishment" candidates. Neither are particularly good fits within their respective parties, so it wouldn't be much of a stretch for them to team up.

Bernie Sanders is a liberal extremist on most issues, and although Donald Trump is running as a Republican, he has liberal tendencies on quite a lot of issues, including healthcare.

"None of the Above" Candidates

One of the most common reason why people don't vote in an election is that they don't like any of the candidates.


One solution is to have a "None Of the Above" option. This means that in addition to the list of candidates, one additional choice is given for "None Of The Above".

The "None of the Above" choice would be voted for just like every other candidate, except if that candidate wins, all of the current candidates are disqualified, and the election starts off with a clean slate of new candidates. I have a strong feeling that if this option existed, the voter turnout would reach record levels and the quality of the candidates would improve.

Sometimes, I don't vote.


Most of us have been told since grade school that the most patriotic thing you can do for your country is vote. So, I made it a point to vote at every election. It didn't matter if it was a national or local election. I felt it was my civic duty to vote, so, I voted.

Until recently, I'd walk into the voting booth without even knowing who's on the ballot. I'd pull the levers for familiar sounding names, names I may remember seeing on a lawn sign or on a flyer sent in the mail.

When in doubt, I'd pick whatever names were in my party, without knowing the first thing about who they were, or what they stood for.

Does this sound familiar? Have you ever cast a vote for somebody without knowing anything about them?

To be honest, voting without kn... [More]

Continue...If You Don't Know The Candidates... DON'T VOTE!...

Have you ever noticed that the media only applies labels when they're quoting a conservative?


I find it interesting that whenever somebody quotes a Republican or Conservative they always preface it with a "Conservative" label. It's almost as if they're putting out a disclaimer say "attention people... this is coming from a wacko conservative".

For example, if Sean Hannity or Rush Limbaugh say something, the news will always say something like "Conservative Host Sean Hannity said XYZ", instead of simply saying "Sean Hannity said XYZ".

It wouldn't bother me if there wasn't a double standard. The label itself is accurate, but they never use labels for Democrats and Liberals in the media. You never hear anyone say "Liberal Host Bill Maher said XYZ", or 99% of the mainstream... [More]

Continue...Why Does The Media Only Apply Labels To Conservatives?...

Understanding the #NEVERTRUMP Movement

Why are so many republicans joining the NEVER TRUMP movement?


The "Never Trump" movement started when people started publicly declaring on social media that they would never vote for Donald Trump by using the #NEVERTRUMP hashtag. While this may sound like politics as usual, the interesting thing is that most of the people declaring it are republicans.

What's unusual about it is that they are not only saying they won't vote for him in the Republican Primary, they're also declaring that they won't even vote for him if he gets the nomination.


You would think that a lifelong republican would definitely vote for the Republican candidate in the national election, but the Never Trump supporters say they won't. Here's why.

The main reason for all the fuss is that many t

... [More]

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