With anti-LGBT hate crimes on the rise, our right to keep and bear arms becomes more and more important by the day — but that right is increasingly put in jeopardy by the Democratic Party’s radical gun control agenda.
They might not want to ban all guns, but they want to ban any gun that can fire multiple rounds — which includes the vast majority of guns, especially hand-guns, which make up the bulk of gun ownership.
The progressive activist group ‘March for Medicare for All’ is organizing protests across the Nation in support of Medicare for All — the left-wing plan to give every American free, government-sponsored healthcare.
#M4M4ALL claims to be a non-partisan organization, and is supported by the Illinois Green Party, People’s Party, Revolutionary Action Party, Progressive Democrats of America, as well as Our Revolution chapters in North Texas and Washington.
According to their official website: marches will take place on July 24th in forty-six cities, including Little Rock, Arkansas, where a protest will take place on the steps of the state capitol from 9am to noon.
The march was later changed to a stationary protest due to “logistical complications.” There are currently no speakers planned for the event.
For more information: visit the official Mobilize page for the Little Rock event.
American politics is dominated by the Democratic and Republican parties. They’re the only parties represented in the federal government and control every state government.
This is not a coincidence; the way America’s electoral system is designed has unintentionally resulted in a two-party duopoly.
First-past-the-post (FPTP) means voters have to coalesce around the lesser of two evils, because voting their conscience would split the vote and result in an even worse candidate winning the election with a mere plurality.
Furthermore, third parties struggle to get enough signatures for ballot access, and only raise a fraction of the money Democrats and Republicans…
Kuit using the letter Q; it’s a useless letter that can easily be replaced by C or K in every case — and to prove it: I won’t use it in this article, except when I refer to it by name or use IPA.
C more closely resembles Q than K does, but the letter C is almost as useless as Q is, which is why I’ve chosen K as Q’s replacement — but I’ll let it slide, if you want to use C… at least until my next article on English orthography.
Warning: this section partially uses Wikipedia as…
I may be transgender, but I don’t feel like I’m part of the LGBT Community. What kind of community ridicules you for your opinions and ostracizes you for your beliefs? I may be LGBT, but I’m not part of your Community.
I’m conservative on issues like abortion, guns, and the role of the federal government, which has put me at odds with the LGBT Community. I’ve been called a “Fascist,” a “Nazi,” and a “Trump Supporter,” and I’m almost never welcomed into queer groups.
Fascists want to centralize power, which is what the left is doing, the Nazis would have…
If you’ve been on the political side of the Internet long enough: you’ve probably seen people bickering back and forth over whether the United States is a democracy or a republic. Democrats will swear it’s a democracy, and Republicans will swear it’s a republic—you can quit arguing now, because it’s both.
As an Independent, it’s clear to me that this argument is an infantile non-issue between two polarized tribes dead-set on proving they’re more legitimate than the other through any means necessary. …
A simple explanation a lot of people give about what it means to be transgender, is that we’re “born in the wrong body.” This results in most cisgender people assuming we just want to surgically modify our body parts for sexual gratification — which can’t be further from the truth!
Not all trans people want to have sexual reassignment surgery! Some folks, like me, are fine with our bodies, and have no plans of having top or bottom surgery; others only want top surgery.
This is an oversimplification, but “top surgery” refers to adding or removing breasts, while “bottom surgery”…
Note: I spoke with Senator Teague, and he said he can’t run for another office after his term ends, because his wife has major health issues. I’ll pray for her, and I hope yall will too.
We’re more than a year away from the 2022 gubernatorial election, yet a plethora of candidates have already begun their bid to become Governor of Arkansas.
Asa Hutchinson is barred from running again by term-limits — but he wouldn’t win even if he could run, because he’d lose the primary.
Hutchinson vetoed a bill that would make it illegal for local government officials within…
Google is manipulating its search results to push a political agenda. Don’t believe me? Look for yourself!
It’s no secret to anyone paying attention that BLM has been rioting for years, using police brutality as an excuse to loot and burn small businesses — many of which owned by African Americans.
Mainstream media, however, has been pretending as if these violent insurrections are actually “peaceful protests” — and Google agrees. Search for news stories about “riots” on Google, and four out of five (eighty percent) of the articles shown are about the capitol riots, which ended months ago.
The federal minimum wage has been a hot button issue for years, with Democrats fighting to raise it to as much as $15 an hour, and Republicans fighting to keep it the same.
What both sides forget, however, is that the federal minimum wage isn’t even legal to begin with: it violates the Tenth Amendment, because Congress is only given the power to regulate interstate commerce — trade between states.
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” (“Constitution of…