The Righteous Impeachment

Last week the House Judiciary Committee voted along partisan lines to bring two counts of impeachment to the full United States House of Representatives for a full vote. These two counts, which are abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, are not only clearly based on the evidence presented over the course of months of … Continue reading The Righteous Impeachment

Thoughts On Columbus Day

The second Monday in October is typically a day that is more politically frought than most throughout the United States of America, often divided between opposing thoughts on celebrating Christopher Columbus, an explorer and colonist who traveled between Europe and the Americas four times between 1492 to 1503. He encountered what would later be called … Continue reading Thoughts On Columbus Day

The Meaning of “Fredo” and Italian-American Discrimination

On August 11, 2019 as CNN anchor Chris Cuomo was traveling with his family, two men approached the man and called him "Fredo" sparking a rant which most people with internet access are now undoubtedly familiar with. Cuomo said that the term was an ethnic slur against Italian-Americans, and when the man who initially confronted … Continue reading The Meaning of “Fredo” and Italian-American Discrimination