I was invited onto the War Room last Thursday to talk about my experience as a libertarian on UT Campus. Thanks to Jake Lloyd and all the folks who run the War Room for having me on, and expect more content coming soon exposing the horrors of modern college campuses! https://www.facebook.com/WarRoomShow/videos/2069427149769438/
If you’ve kept up at all with social media or the mainstream news today, it’s easy to think that a horrible tragedy befell the U.S. in just a short day. Left-wing pundits and online personalities have taken to hurling all of their favorite inflammatory monikers at President Trump and conservatives, indicating that some big shifts … Continue reading Too Much Winning: Justice Kennedy Retires, Democrats Suffer Major Losses in Primary
These past two weeks I’ve been using any free time I’ve had to edit together a video I took at an InfoWars rally in Austin, TX. I’ll leave the content of the video as a surprise, but be sure to look for the video on my Facebook and my YouTube, both of which are linked … Continue reading Future of Bermansplaining: Video Content, Podcasts, Interviews, and More?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9PxdJNIc6w Instead of chasing after a major news story today, I wanted to highlight, and possibly contextualize a trend occurring in the media landscape right now. To preface, I am a free speech absolutist, believing that anything can be said in any forum, and no speech or form of expression should be censored or impeded … Continue reading Free Speech in Art: A Look at How One Slip-Up Can Lead to Doom for Artists in 2018
It wasn't a good week for Roger Stone and his buddies this week, as Stone was banned off of Twitter for a fairly run of the mill tweet exchange, and his long time friend and former lobbying partner, Paul Manafort, just pleaded non-guilty as part of long running federal investigations on the Trump Presidential Campaign. … Continue reading Manafort Charged During Russia Witch Hunt
A year ago today, Hillary Clinton (or one of the dozens of millennials who ran her account) typed out this tasty tweet. I've never understood how often people on the left criticize Trump's Twitter, yet never take offense to the tone deaf, senseless, and absolutely strange tweets put out by their candidates. The Daily Wire did … Continue reading Why It’s Important to Think Before You Tweet
In reason number 500,000 today of why Trump is going to be reelected come 2020, Chelsea Handler announced that she won’t be continuing her self-titled Netflix series, and instead will be pursuing political activism. This announcement upset many, as it implies that Handler’s content and career already hasn’t been centered around political activism. Like many … Continue reading Why Chelsea Handler’s Netflix Show Failed
An interesting parallel has been growing in my mind between what the American Left has been trained to demonize in their heads, and how they actually act on these impulses when their feet is held to the fire. A worrying trend has arisen where America’s liberal elite are all guilty of the same, if not … Continue reading Harvey Weinstein: The Left Can’t Have it Both Ways
In a change up for this week, I'm going to ask readers to vote before I wrote the blog. If you could vote on this blog, over whether or not you find drone strikes ethical, I'll write about the results, as well as some input over the Trump administration's recent attacks in Libya. Please vote … Continue reading Are Drone Strikes Ethical?
While American politics are much more in my realm of knowledge, I always find it important to look at how European nations are faring, as they act as a sort of barometer for how left-wing policies turn out over a long period of time. Since the formation of the EU, we’ve seen several nations benefit … Continue reading Germany’s Recent Election Shows How Open Borders Have Shifted the Nation Right