Why I Love and Hate Cracked and How Entertainment Affects News

  By Greg Drobny I confess that on more than one occasion I have seen article headlines from float by my feed and thought, that should have been ours. They have a knack for covering some very interesting topics in highly entertaining fashion and have gained a substantial following by doing so. And although…


Gun Rights or Gun Control – Americans’ Protections in Twenty-Seven Words

  By Nicole Casey Ah, the Second Amendment.  Because why else would I talk about gun ownership, rights, or control without citing the foundation for which we (should) base many other freedoms and laws? A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and…


A Few, Quick Thoughts on “Audit the Fed.”

    By Greg Drobny Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is following in the footsteps of his father by introducing an “audit the Fed” bill to the Senate, designed to do exactly what the name suggests—subject the Federal Reserve to an audit by the Government Accountability Office. Now, whether you agree with Paul’s (or his father’s)…


The Vaccine Question: a Lesson in How We Think About Important Issues

  By Greg Drobny With all the hoopla over the problems at Disney, the issue of vaccines is back in the social sphere and generating as much heat as ever. It’s one of those SCREAM LOUDER THAN EVERYONE AND YOU’LL BE RIGHT topics that always gets people riled. As such, it’s definitely worth covering here…


Envy and America: A Sadly Powerful Driving Force In Political “Thought”

  By Greg Drobny You know what drives far too many political discussions? Envy. You know what should have absolutely nothing to do with politics at all? If you answered “Rolling Stone Magazine” you would be 100% correct, but that’s a different story altogether. Again, the word I was looking for was envy. It is…

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