Unalienable rights for a sovereign 21st century America

As an originalist at heart, I'm always skeptical of any form of "modernization" that anyone attempts to institute on government functions, ideas, or philosophies. That's not to say that I want the world to work strictly from rules made in the 18th century, but human nature in general and progressive nature in particular tend to … Continue reading Unalienable rights for a sovereign 21st century America

If the World Series was umpired the same way as the presidential race

By John Ruberry "Bias has always been a factor in journalism. It's nearly impossible to remove. Humans have their thoughts, and keeping them out of your work is difficult. But 2016 saw the remaining veneer of credibility, thin as it was, stripped away and set on fire." Derek Hunter, Townhall, October 23, 2016. "A free … Continue reading If the World Series was umpired the same way as the presidential race

The Chicago Cubs vs The Cleveland Indians, the Battle of the Underdogs

Short of a World Series where Big Papi wins it with a come from behind walk off HR in his last major league appearance, the matchup of the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs is one that a Baseball fan like me dreams of. The Two ultimate long waiting underdogs, facing off in the world series … Continue reading The Chicago Cubs vs The Cleveland Indians, the Battle of the Underdogs