Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush: A Boring Disaster Waiting to Happen

Christopher Markowskiblaize, In the News0 Comments

Some people have enough “celebrity status” that even announcing an announcement garners media coverage. Jeb Bush recently proclaimed that on June 15 “an announcement will be made,” and it’s now all the media can talk about. “Another Clinton vs. Bush election?” is plastered across the headlines. But Americans are clearly bored with these families. http://www.theblaze.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/jeb-bush-2.jpg Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush … Read More

Hillary Clinton Continues to Get Away With Murder

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Rules are created for a reason, and people who break those rules are usually punished accordingly. So why is it the rules seem to not apply to certain people, especially those that deserve to face consequences? We’ve seen this in the media spotlight for weeks with Hillary Clinton and her email scandal. Whether you’re a celebrity or an average Joe, … Read More

Florida I-4 Residents Already Flooded With 2016 Political Ads

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The I-4 corridor is going to get clobbered over the next 18 months, and residents should be prepared. I’m not talking about hurricanes, vacation-goers, or even snowbirds here; I’m talking about political advertisements. The 2016 presidential election will be decided by just seven states, Florida being one. However, for those of us in Florida it’s going to seem like we’re … Read More

Taxpayers Funded the Baltimore Riots

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Last week we saw rioting and heated protests take over the streets of Baltimore, creating a media spectacle and ravaging this recently revitalized blue collar American city. The worst part, however, is that taxpayers helped to fund that calamity. Let me be clear from the get-go: I am NOT talking about the peaceful protests or law-abiding activists working to improve … Read More

Taxpayers Funded the Baltimore Riots

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Last week we saw rioting and heated protests take over the streets of Baltimore, creating a media spectacle and ravaging this recently revitalized blue collar American city. The worst part, however, is that taxpayers helped to fund that calamity. Let me be clear from the get-go: I am NOT talking about the peaceful protests or law-abiding activists working to improve … Read More

Why Rand Paul Gets So Much Bad Press

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Earlier this month, Rand Paul announced his run for the White House in 2016, and was immediately dragged through the mud by the mainstream media. Why is the media being so harsh on Rand Paul? In short, it’s because they just don’t like him. His attitude toward them, coupled with their overbearing love for other candidates, makes him an easy … Read More

Fort Hood Victims Get Purple Hearts but Still No Benefits

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It has taken more than five years, but the Obama administration has finally acknowledged that those hurt and killed in the 2009 Fort Hood shootings were victims of terrorism. Until this point, the act of violence was considered “workplace violence” since the injuries were not sustained in combat against foreign terrorist forces. The victims received their Purple Hearts in a … Read More

Jay-Z Launches a New Way for Music Artists to Get Paid

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You wouldn’t steal a piece of artwork off of a museum wall, would you? Yet people do nearly the same thing every day by downloading or streaming music for free. Thanks to a recent announcement from Jay-Z, artists will now be compensated fairly. On March 31 hip-hop mogul Jay-Z announced the launch of a new artist-owned streaming alternative called Tidal. … Read More

NCAA’s March ‘Moneymaker’ Madness

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According to Forbes, the average NBA player receives a salary of $5.15 million per year. The highest paid college athlete’s salary? Absolutely nothing, and that needs to change. The NCAA made $871.6 million dollars in 2011-12, the most recent year that audited numbers are available. With March Madness, one of the most highly-sponsored and profitable events the NCAA hosts, their … Read More