Capital punishment is defined as the legally authorized killing of someone as punishment for a capital crime. In the United States, a capital crime is a crime so horrendous that a sentence of death is appropriate, this includes various kinds of murder as well as espionage, treason, and aircraft hijacking (terrorism). The United States is […]Read more "Capital Punishment in the United States"
Tuesday night marked the first of four Democratic presidential debates of the 2016 election season. After witnessing the debacle that were the previous two Republican debates, Americans were finally ready to see the Democrats duke it out. Front runners Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders took center stage, accompanied with the three other Democratic presidential hopefuls, Jim Webb, Martin O’Malley, and Lincoln Chaffee. Unlike the previous […]Read more "Democratic Presidential Debate Round 1"
Our great country of ours, the United States of America, was founded on a few basic principles that have survived the test of time. Those basic principles were outlined in our constitution and further detailed in the Bill of Rights, which is basically our version of the Ten Commandments except a lot more secular. Other […]Read more "Guns, God, and Freedom: The American Way"