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2020 and believing in election technology? The HAL you say

WASHINGTON: HAL is a heuristically programmed algorithmic computer. But he’s more familiar to millions of Arthur C. Clarke fans as HAL 9000. He, or it, is the banal-sounding, murderous, red-eyed cyclopsean computer of spaceship Discovery One in Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film “2001: A Space Odyssey.”  Hal may be a warning for all with upcoming 2020 Presidental Elections. ...

Quiz: The history of Presidents Past

The history of politics is interesting to say the least. Chances are you don't really know how the present day Liberals and Conservatives got to where we are.

Michael Brown’s supporters prove why “Hip Hop Conservatism” is a loser

OCALA, Fla., August 22, 2014 — Ever since the black eighteen-year-old was shot by Darren Wilson, a white police officer in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, mindlessness has ruled the day. This has dragged on for nearly two weeks now! Of course, it’s worth noting that Brown was unarmed when killed, as well as ...

Americans love Downton Abbey, but not real monarchy

OCALA, Fla., July 28, 2014 — It is said that Americans don’t like titles. Or at least not monarchy titles. Of course, not all titles are referred to here. What mother hasn’t dreamed of her son becoming a doctor? The specific type of doctor usually isn’t considered, just so long as sonny can be called ...

Does the Constitution even matter anymore?

OCALA, Fla., July 7, 2014 — In politics, whenever things don’t go the way some would like them to, chances are that the U.S. Constitution will be brought into the discussion. In states where same-sex marriage remains illegal, LGBT rights activists claim that the Equal Protections Clause is being ignored, thus creating a system of ...