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RAISE Your Voice, America.

On a wave of America First Nationalism, and on the promise of REAL Immigration Reform, A businessman and TV Host swept his way into the White House. This Historical Event will echo through the ages, but what will the Legacy be? If we do nothing, the answer may be rather bleak. Now is the time to support President Trump’s fight, ...

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Trump Causes Partisan Shills To Flip On Nearly Every Position

After spending a year plus cheering on Donald Trump’s campaign, both in the primaries and in the general election, this past November 8th, the American people made me prouder than they ever have before in my short life. Largely behind the vote of working class whites, my countrymen narrowly avoided suicide by electing the first ideological dissident in decades, ending the 40 ...

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Who Ought To Vote?

A central and contentious problem of politics, the question of who ought to be eligible to vote has been raised countless times with wildly varying answers. The trend in the western world, starting in the 1800s has been to increase the voting class to larger and larger sizes. This is perhaps most obvious in the example of France, who between ...

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The Alpha And Beta Males Of Politics

When one thinks of an alpha male, they picture a leader – a self reliant, competent and confident man. They stick to themselves doing the things necessary to improve their self. This sets trends that those around them freely choose to follow. This is a right wing trait. The right wing small or no government position embodies independence. Rightists seek to be the change ...

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