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Can President Trump Effectively Sterilize the Poor?

Wed, Nov 9, 2016 | By Doc Bacon

In our border states and urban ghettos, we have a poverty problem that is costing normal taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars a year. Often this epidemic bleeds into the rest of the population, causing devastating health crises that further destabilize our democracy. Politicians have known about this catastrophic state of affairs for decades now, but none has been brave...

President Trump’s Necessary Answer to the Liberal Question: Obama’s FEMA Camps

Wed, Nov 9, 2016 | By Derby Mack

The Liberal Question is as old as American history itself. From the days of Andrew Jackson to the 1950s, patriots have risen up against radical leftist parasitism. Now, for the first time in decades, our nation may finally have the chance to separate the aliens in our midst from faithful citizens. The so-called democrats of today are little more than international socialists....

Under Trump, Life in the Hipster Ghettos Will Face Renewed Scrutiny

Wed, Nov 9, 2016 | By Stephenson Billings

From Austin to East Bushwick, America’s unsanitary hipster slums pose a unique challenge for the presidency of Donald J. Trump. Illicit drug use is rampant. Sexual deviancy is even more so. Pot-bellied degenerates with long, oily beards wander the streets in urine-stained rags. They sing songs of entitlement and self-proclaimed victimhood. The women give themselves over...

Every Trump Supporter Has a Duty to Publicly Denounce the Enemies Within Our Ranks

Wed, Nov 9, 2016 | By Derby Mack

Victory has bloated the Trump Nation and now it’s time to cut the fat. Look around you, my fellow patriots. Our incredible string of electoral successes has put us on a clear path to the White House. That glorious flame of power has drawn so many to our heat. Yet now more than ever, our movement is in danger of being co-opted. There are traitors amongst us. Some discredit...

Could Secretary of State Sarah Palin Finally Bring Peace to the Middle East?

Wed, Nov 9, 2016 | By Stephenson Billings

With oil prices collapsing, the crisis in the Middle East is now more urgent than ever. The Saudis are losing their foothold. Iran has been emboldened by Barack Obama’s apologetic gestures. Syria invites the Russian hand, and Putin dreams of rebuilding his foreign policy bona fides. Elsewhere, Pakistan and Israel and Turkey are facing defining moments. ISIS seems unstoppable....

Dow 36,000 and 10 Million New Jobs in First Year of Trump Presidency, Economists Say

Wed, Nov 9, 2016 | By Stephenson Billings

Over the past several months, Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump has put forth an ambitious proposal for rethinking America’s budgetary quagmire. His tax plan would dramatically reduce marginal tax rates for all Americans, a new analysis has found, while curtailing Federal expenditures by up to $20 trillion. Factoring in reduced interest costs and considering the macroeconomic...

Today’s Internet, Tomorrow’s Forgotten Ghetto

Tue, Nov 1, 2016 | By Henricus Institor

Are you prepared for the death of the internet? Right now it’s shiny and crowded and new, but this place only has a decade or two left. Soon something better will come along. A new platform, an improved way to interface, maybe even an entirely different architecture for our information. Or will information itself become obsolete? The web is our collective unconscious. It’s...

Marvel’s “Luke Cage” is a Brilliant Metaphor for the Struggles Young White Women Have Faced in Obama’s America

Tue, Nov 1, 2016 | By Kaylee-Aurora

Not since Sex & the City has a television show so eloquently explored the bitter realities that young white women face in today’s cruel society. With stunning insight and great sensitivity, Marvel’s Luke Cage speaks directly to us and speaks with passion and strength. In this groundbreaking Netflix series, Luke is a proud man, a former police officer, who was wrongfully...

Did the Gays Invent Yoga Pants to Turn Men Away From Heterosexuality?

Mon, Oct 31, 2016 | By Stephenson Billings

“The absolute worst thing to ever happen in women’s fashion is the recent development of yoga pants as daily wear outside the yoga studio.” Those were the brave words of Alan Sorrentino, a bachelor from Barrington, Rhode Island, who vented his profound frustrations to a local newspaper recently. The missive continues, “Not since the mini-skirt has there been something...