Mourning Has Broken: Where Women go from the DC March

To make a March into a Movement is a challenge, perhaps a larger one than we have seen in recent memory.

Women's March on D.C.: Just Another Abortion Front

When contrasted with the abundance of celebrations surrounding Inauguration Day, the bitter, hate-driven Women's March is only an embarrassment to our nation. 

The Trump Era Begins: The Change We Voted For

Let the man prove his worth in the next four years.

The Reign of Trump Begins: Fears, Hopes, and More Fears

We don’t exactly have a choice now, so I’d like to try and give him a chance at least.

President Barack Obama: A Retrospective

While I never voted for him, I always held a little bit of optimism that this smart, accomplished, charismatic man was capable enough to run our country and help us prosper.

Can Trump Save Twitter? Doesn't Look Like It

I'm not sure there is any way to save the dying social network. Perhaps it deserves to die.

Intelligence In the Face Of Stupidity: How Discourse Happens

When confronted with ideas that contradict our own, we need to be rational, articulate, and clever enough to encourage our opponents to change their views.

Trump Vs Intelligence Community: Resentments Aren't Helpful

If a President has an issue with intelligence, he should discuss it directly with the agency.

How Are Those Resolutions Working Out For You?

It looks like there are some people for whom the New Year is bringing all sorts of disappointments.

NSA’s Unfiltered Surveillance Data On Americans Is Now Up For Grabs

As if it wasn’t already perilous to share personal information, it’s about to get infinitely less private.

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