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Goldenhair VS Little Rocket Man: Trump’s Success Against North Korea

Posted on: June 21st, 2018 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

“Vote for Trump if you want nuclear war!” a major criticism of Donald Trump during his candidacy. Many, particularly on the left, portrayed him as a bumbling buffoon that would trip over the nuclear launch button and make a laughing stock out of America; yet Obama’s apology tour didn’t seem to be a mockery of…
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The Great Debate: Gun Control

Posted on: April 17th, 2018 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

America is a great nation, and that is certainly due to the freedoms that we possess. Recently, however, the second amendment has come under question as being one of those great rights. In light of these horrible shootings of late, calls for gun control are sounding louder than ever. Let me first clarify my views…
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What Makes America Great: Race

Posted on: February 10th, 2018 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

Now, as you read this title, odds are you might think “Hold up a second! America has had a horribly racist past, why would you pick that as a point of America’s greatness?” Well I’m so glad you asked! Much to many American’s chagrin, ‘tis true we haven’t always been on the right side when…
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Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who’s the craziest of them all?

Posted on: February 9th, 2018 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

Recently, Dr. Brandy X. Lee, a psychiatrist from Yale and author of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” has decided to create a lovely storm against President Trump. Dr. Lee briefed many lawmakers on the “volatile” state of Trump’s psychology. Even stating that apparently this is a “level of catastrophic violence that could be the…
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Healthcare, the Constitution, and Laboratories of Democracy

Posted on: October 4th, 2017 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

Healthcare… There’s a lot of emotion around this topic; the disabled, elderly, and chronically ill are all individuals that would greatly benefit from healthcare. Even with the healthy Murphy’s law takes place all too often. Helping with one’s medical ailments is always a noble cause and emotionally satisfying. Yet there’s also the harsh reality of…
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The Death of Christianity, the Rise of Isms, and Society’s Degradation

Posted on: September 12th, 2017 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

America’s Christian heritage is indisputable. The very purpose of the pilgrimage to the new world was to escape religious persecution. In fact, the judicial tenants of that Moses wrote for Israel parallel America’s judicial system uncannily. But what is so special about Christianity and why does the title in this article mention its death? Well…
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A Dance of Hypocrisy, Racism, and the Danger of Political Parties

Posted on: August 22nd, 2017 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

In response to North Korea’s latest fiasco, President Trump made himself quite clear, “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.” I would imagine that such strong language against North Korea’s madness would be condoned by most…
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The Gender Confusion: How Science, Relativism, and the LGBT Community Intersect

Posted on: August 11th, 2017 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

How many times when someone questions the intelligentsia’s popular view of evolution, global warming, and gender have we heard in response, “you’re just a science denier!” even in spite of the significant (and often covered up) dispute over such in the scientific community. Now here we have identity politics quite at the forefront of this…
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EMP: America’s Greatest Threat? And what can we do about it?

Posted on: August 3rd, 2017 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

“Where will you be when the bombs drop?” Quite an obvious question during the Cold War and with the North Korea fiasco this is seeming, sadly, like a logical question once more. A nuke was simply explained as a giant bomb, something that everyone understood and was easy to fear. However, EMPs are more complex…
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Science, Evolution, and Politics! Oh My!

Posted on: July 29th, 2017 by Gedeon Foxxe 1 Comment

Science is science, right? Most of the researchers do a good job, honest, and flaws are quite rare, no? But alas, my attention was recently attracted to an article by William A. Wilson called “Scientific Regress,” in which he details quite a few examples of scientific research results that fail to be replicated under identical…
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