Whenever a controversy erupts, why do democrats seem to always circle their wagons and protect each other, whereas republicans will immediately eat their own? Is it part of the loyalty pledge? What causes one party to act out of self-preservation while the other seems bent on self-destruction? The Democrat Party has long prided itself on its… Continue reading What’s wrong with the GOP?
On November 22, 2013, we will mourn the fiftieth anniversary of the loss of President John F. Kennedy. To some, he'll be remembered as king of Camelot. To some, he'll be remembered as the president who could have stopped the Vietnam War. For some, he'll be remembered at playing the greatest game of chess with… Continue reading Trayvon, Martin and John