Weekly Recap

What did you miss this week? Not sure? Well, check out this quick and easy way to catch up on all the top stories from the week. Also, see the prediction meter to monitor the current trends.

Follow The Money

Luke Thompson put together an insightful piece following the money and connecting the dots with regard to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. It shines a light on the corrupt Swamp that is D.C., and exposes our junior congresswoman as a fraud.

Howard Schultz

Self-proclaimed Independent Centrist Howard Schultz will run for President in 2020. He is the man America deserves. The time is right. Discover who he is, what he stands for, and decide if you support his message.

The Fallout

The story that demands our attention from the Covington fallout is actually rooted far below the surface. Abortion and the Right For Life was at the center of the controversy. The assault waged on Christian schools soon after cannot be tolerated, as well. Let’s examine what really happened.

35 Days

The past 35 days of a government shutdown was a preview of the next 600 days. Let’s break down what just happened, discuss where we’re heading (hint - nowhere), and help find ways to improve ourselves throughout this stalemate.

Immigration

Migration trends, like the caravan will not go away. 1.8 million migrants successfully made it to Europe in three-years. America is about to face their own refugee crisis. How do we respond?

Deficit Spending

Our deficit spending is out of control. The main problem is our promise to America with regard to Social Security. This is also America's greatest lie. We must come out ahead of the problem and fix it. But, how?

Corporate Governance

An argument broke out among Silicon Valley CEOS on Twitter based on an impending initiative in San Francisco to tax big corporations to solve the homeless crisis. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey doesn't like the tax simply because the local government hasn't put enough controls in place regarding proper allocation of the funds they'd collect.