Our Elections Need A New Plan B

Every four years, the citizens of the United States of America prepare for the November elections. They vote by ballot box and choose who will become the next President. The Founding Fathers set up a system of voting that became known as the electoral college. Each state is given a certain amount of points (if you…

#NeverTrump – What Is Next?

After a hard fought battle, Ted Cruz stepped out of the Republican race for the presidential nomination this Tuesday after Donald Trump defeated him handily in the Indiana GOP Primary.  Trump’s supporters on Fox News and his so-called “christian” base immediately celebrated his victory as Reince Priebus tweeted out that the business magnate is the presumptive…

Remember April 30, 1789? Probably not.

Today, we are celebrating April 30, 1789. What happened on that very important day? It was the day that George Washington was sworn in as the very first President of the United States of America. He needed no teleprompter or a university with his name, though there are now. He was an All-American hero and while…

#BlazeDebate- Another Broken GOP Promise

I remember watching CPAC 2015. It was a great time when Conservatives held onto their principles and did not make excuses for Establishment Republicans, but actually supported true Conservative candidates.  Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus stood up and gave a very epic speech that got excitement from the crowd. In the speech, he promised that Conservative media would…

#GOPDebate Final Fox News Debate Has Been Canceled

The race to the 2016 Presidential Election just got hotter, and I’m just talking about for the Republican candidates.  For frontrunner Donald Trump supporters, things looked on the up and up. Trump seemed to sweep Super Tuesday 2 and with Florida Senator Marco Rubio stepping out of the race after loosing his home state, Texas…

Patriot Section Highlight: Jeannette Rankin

Since March is Women’s Appreciation Month, I decided to highlight one of the first woman to be elected to the United States Congress and the first woman elected to a high government office: Jeannette Rankin.  Rankin was born June 11, 1880 near Missoula, Montana to humble beginnings. She was the oldest of six, her mother…

Nancy Reagan Will Be Missed

Back when former First Ladies were classy and did not try to guilt the American people into liking them, there was Jackie Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Barbara Bush, and Nancy Reagan. Nancy Reagan was the devoted wife to her husband Ronald Reagan. They had met while her husband was president of the Screens Actors Guild. They…