Space Travel: Mankind’s Next Frontier

On October 4th, 1957, the Soviet satellite, Sputnik, was launched into space and became the first manmade object in space. At that moment, the space age was born. Both the United States, and the Soviet Union, engaged in a race to push the boundaries of mankind's potential to reach for the stars. With advancements in …

National Debt: The Economic Shackles for Future Generations

Hello folks! Today I wanted to talk about one of the major concerns, that I have been analyzing, and that is the issue of the national debt. One of the most troubling, yet rarely talked about, is the massive national debt carried by the United States. As of today, the U.S. national debt stands at over …

Immigration: The Hot Button Issue for 2018

As we enter 2018, we have several major events happening that are centered around immigration policy. With the government set to run out of money by January 19th, Congress will need to pass a budget to ensure that the federal government continues to remain open for business. One of the major roadblocks for a budget …

Healthcare: A Case for a Single Payer Healthcare System

These are my thoughts on what healthcare should be in this country and my reasons for taking a stance on this issue.

Introduction

Hello everyone! For years now, I have been involved with local politics in my area. I have had the chance to volunteer with political campaigns, meet local political leaders, and the opportunity to learn more about the political process. A lot of my non-political friends have encouraged me to write a blog to share my …