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Small Mouth, Big Voice

Me and My Small Mouth

By: Becky Billingsley It’s true, I have an extraordinarily small mouth – my dentist said it’s one of the smallest he’s ever seen – but it doesn’t prevent me from talking loud and proud about…


Hillary Clinton – Grassroots my a**!

By: Alan Schultz On September 10th, 2015 Hillary Clinton and her campaign were set to hold a grassroots event at my University. It was to be in regards of drumming up support -especially the demographics…




Why did the DNC allow Bernie Sanders to run?

I suspect the logic ran along these lines: The crazy old man will speak about issues, he will motivate the base and he will tap into anti-establishment views. He will educate America on what Democratic-Socialism…


Why Black Lives Matter

All lives matter. Don’t miss the point of the “Black Lives Matter” movement. It isn’t about blacks ‘above’ someone else. It is pointing to the gross negligence and downright ignorance of proper governance, funding, and…





An Appeal to all U.S. Citizens

     The U.S. is plagued with many problems, many of them intertwining with each other, so that we must fix several problems just to fix one. You can’t fix our educational system without also…


Thinking of Immigrants on Labor Day

I was thinking today about how cosmopolitan our cities have become over the past 40 years. I spoke with a former Iraqi man, George, who emigrated to Canada 35 years ago from Mosul to Italy….


DNC Debate Debacle

The DNC, mainstream media, and the campaign of Hillary Clinton are acting in obvious accordance of each other’s needs. There is an active movement with in the wealthy elites to undermine our democracy and attempt…


Don’t doubt online social networking

Allow me to introduce myself formally, I’m Alan, I am a passionate man about what I write while on social media. My wife would consider me a Facebook junkie. Neither of us would be completely…


Ohio’s Primary Importance

Ohioans are used to hearing that we’re a “swing state,” and how pivotal a role we play in national elections. With eighteen electoral votes, we’re often in a make or break position – just ask…