Will The Shift In Power in The House Lead to Gridlock or Common Ground?

We are a country divided. Liberals will blame conservatives and vice versa, but our 2-party system has always produced debate that has gone from … [Read more...]

A Brief History of Journalists Under Fire

There are a number of journalists that have been targeted by governments in the past. This primarily happens when the influential journalists go out … [Read more...]

Should Debbie Wasserman-Schultz Face Criminal Charges?

Once upon a time a technology aide who worked at the U.S. House of Representatives got arrested at an airport in Washington. The technology aide … [Read more...]

Top 5 IT Careers

Are you trying to figure out which IT career path would be the best for you? In this case, you will have to look at the jobs that are the highest in … [Read more...]

Kavanaugh Vs Kennedy: How Much Has the Supreme Court Really Changed

Following a summer of controversy, Brett Kavanaugh has replaced Anthony Kennedy in the Supreme Court. Since the year 2005, Anthony Kennedy was known … [Read more...]

Freedom On Deck: Can America Find “Common Ground?”

Freedom on Deck #143: The Big Standoff at the border - and in Congress. Our bets are on America First and President Trump! Special guests include … [Read more...]

How Social Media Affects Your Mental Health

With the rise of the social media, everyone is more connected to each other than ever in the history of the world. However, studies have shown that … [Read more...]

How Social Media Changed the Way we do Politics

There is a big role that social media has played in the way governments and politicians do politics. In fact, it has changed the entire face of … [Read more...]

Electronic Cigarettes a Viable Substitute for Smoking Tobacco?

Cigarettes are very bad for one’s health. There is plenty of information that will back this fact up. We all know that smoking causes various types of … [Read more...]

Will Other States Follow California’s Net Neutrality Legislation

California no sooner passes a net neutrality law, Gov. Brown signs it into law, and the feds sued. Also filing lawsuits against California over net … [Read more...]