Author: Jeffrey Max

John Boehner: Loser of the House

In the height of the 2010 mid-term elections, the Tea Party surge forcefully took back the House of Representatives, thrusting Ohio native John Boehner into the nation’s third most powerful position. Boehner owes his speakership to the small conservative group, but he has chosen to abandon the very constituency that brought him to power in the first place. John Boehner is infamous for drawing lines in the sand and then leaping across those lines to go for a swim in the ocean. He is spineless, ignorant, and frankly, under-qualified to lead the people’s House. His tactics are shrewd, calculating,...

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Prediction: We Don’t Need Ohio

As we’ve heard non-stop for the last several weeks, the election must go through Ohio. While it makes for a really good newscast, I don’t think Ohio is really that important. Sure, if Romney wins Ohio he wins the election, but he’s simply not going to need it. The math is working in his favor. With Vegas giving Mitt Romney only a 30% chance of winning the election, his chances seem grim. Likewise, Rasmussen, arguably the most respected poll in the nation, currently has Romney sitting at a thirty-one electoral vote deficit to incumbent Barack Obama, 206-237. To come...

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Fill ‘er Up: The Green Automobile Failure

From an early age, I always imagined that electric cars would be the wave of the future. Having the ability to engage in limitless driving without fossil fuels is both intriguing and sensible. However, it is still just an idea that has yet to be realized. As we have slowly discovered over the past one hundred years of toying with electric vehicle creations, they simply don’t work for the American people. So why does this automotive utopia still elude us? For starters, the cost of the vehicles is just too high. The expenses associated with development and manufacturing of...

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The TSA: Still a Joke

The TSA and their blatant disregard for personal liberties is at an all time high. Their enhanced screening initiative was first met with overwhelming criticism, but has since declined into demoralized acceptance. On my last trip, even I abandoned the hopeless cause of liberty after standing in the radiation machine instead of “opting out” as I normally am one to do. However, after reading Senator Rand Paul’s new book, Government Bullies, I began to realize once again the importance of promoting liberty. Rand’s new book highlighted the rampant attacks on our liberties, as perpetrated by the government, through the...

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