QUICK REMINDER: Many people think immediately of Communism when they think about the USSR or the Soviet Union or Soviet Russia, when in reality the USSR was a socialist state that never fully achieved Communism. With the rise of Bernie Sanders in the recent Iowa Caucus Polls and his dominating lead in the New Hampshire… Read More Socialism and Democratic Socialism: What’s the Difference and Why Neither of Them Work
Disclaimer: The book, “Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide to the Economy,” by Thomas Sowell, is being used as a reference and textbook of sorts for this crash course in economics. Almost all content will be paraphrased from the book and simplified so as to provide a shorter easier to read summary of basic economics. … Read More Understanding Economics: Introduction to a Crash Course
I suppose we’ve all heard by now about Trump’s boycott of the Fox Debate tomorrow night. What exactly is going through his head? Let’s take a look. First off, I think Trump’s move is a mistake, although it might not have any large repercussions. Trump seems to be taking a dump on a very skilled… Read More Trump’s Boycott: Is Trump Being a Spoiled Whiny Baby?
Who is Ted Cruz? An outcast, a rebel, an enemy of the Republican Establishment and the “Washington Cartel”. Welcome to the Gazette’s second review of a Presidential Candidate: Ted Cruz. Let’s start with the main issues Ted plans to address if elected: Restoring the Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land. Preserving the Second… Read More Ted Cruz: An Analysis of a Presidential Candidate
The news is out: Former NYC Mayor and current media mogul/billionaire, Michael Bloomberg, is considering a Presidential bid once again. He mulled over an independent run in 2008 and 2012, although it seems that this time he’s much more serious, saying he’d be willing to spend $1 Billion of his own money to finance his run… Read More President Bloomberg? What The Former NYC Mayor’s Run Would Mean for America
Gun Control. Intended for the safety of all Americans. Or at least that’s what Obama says. But, if the President is so concerned with Gun Control, and if he truly believes that guns are a danger to all people, why does he travel with armed security? If he really believed that Gun Control worked, wouldn’t… Read More Obama’s Gun Control Hypocrisy: Why the President Doesn’t Live by His Philosophy
Who is Donald Trump? Welcome to the Gazette’s first review of a Presidential Candidate: Donald J. Trump. Let’s start with what Trump has said since he has started running. Trump will “Make America Great Again.” Trump has said he is angry. Trump has said we need to close the southern border and build a wall.… Read More Donald Trump: An Analysis of a Presidential Candidate
I’m sure everyone has heard all about the uproar surrounding the Oscars this year. The audacity of the Academy to not nominate a SINGLE person of color is just beyond belief! It’s ridiculous how RACIST they are! Um, no. This is a ridiculous campaign against nonexistent racism. Worst of all, it’s promoted by the Mainstream… Read More Racism or Lunacy: The Oscars
This Presidential cycle is proving to be a hot one and an ugly one. The Republicans still have 11 candidates in the race, but legitimately only about 4 are actually up for the nomination. The Democrats have Bernie and Hillary, oh and Martin is still somewhere in there trying to get some attention. Basically the… Read More 2016: An Analysis on the Presidential Race
Welcome to the National Gazette. You’re here for a reason. Be it that you are fed up with the bias of other major news networks, or that you’re looking for another way to gauge the truth about Washington. You’ll find all of those here. This post is titled “A Fading America” for a reason. In… Read More A Fading America: Where have all the good men gone?