The biggest issue of the 2020 election is being decided as we speak. As the Robert Mullet investigation into the relationship between the trump 2016 campaign and the Russian government come to a close, the whole nation holds its breath. Both Canadains and Untied States Amercian. If the reports so far are wrong, and more … Continue reading The time has come.
https://twitter.com/JJ_McCullough/status/952187796310994944 When I saw this tweet by the fabulous J.J. McCullough, it reminded me of something I once made. I rushed over to my old laptop, holding up the nearly broken screen. Waiting for almost an hour for it to turn on. holding the charger at the right position. Only to find the thing I … Continue reading A simple idea.
When the drums of war once more grow closer and closer to our once great lands, the question of whose side we will be on is of the utmost importance. Some may say "No war is coming, no war drums are being beat, no blood is going to be shed" to them I simply say, … Continue reading For I see the fires asire
I want to thank the Prime Minster of New Zealand for her amazing handling of the monsters name. She, in front of the parliament, stated how she will not say the shooters name. While I do not agree with the Prime Minster on many things, this I fully support. Not only will it lead to … Continue reading Good job Misses Prime Minster
Often, when I have to explain Pan-Amercainism to someone, they are often confused. In that case, I often point to Ireland as a case for Panism. In the fact that Ireland and Northern Ireland are still one nation, just divided. While some still are confused, this often helps me in explaining my ideals. While I … Continue reading The Grandpa of Panism
The Prime Minster has been in some hot water as of late. This has been covered by many Canadians, and if you to get caught up, I would recommend Philly D's wonderful video. Which I will link here. So with this in mind, we must ask ourselves. Can Trudeau ever recover from this? Well, maybe. … Continue reading The fall of Justin Trudeau?
I was going to make a post today about the ides of march, about how political divide and isolation can kill a national beliefs and so much more. However, my family was hit with a hard choice today. As my mom and dad came home they found our pet dog, Molly, in pain. She had … Continue reading Goodbye.