One Person Can Make A Difference
How many times have you heard the voting excuse, “ah…one vote won’t make a difference!” Well, in Virginia it certainly did! Get this. A House Seat in the Virginia State Legislature was a perfect tie. That’s right. One more vote cast for either the Republican candidate, Del. David Yancey, or Democratic candidate, Shelly Simonds, would have decided the election. Initially, it looked like Republican candidate Yancey had won by 10 votes, however, after a recount Simonds was ahead
What’s the Capital of Israel?
What appears to be a simple geography question for an 8th grader is proving to cause much turmoil in the White House this holiday season. As of December 6th, Trump announced that he will be relocating the United States Embassy, which is currently based in Tel Aviv, to Jerusalem, thereby acknowledging the Holy City as Israel’s capital. Not only does this bold act by the President fulfill another campaign promise but the statement is a stark change in the past years of US forei
Breakdown of the Senate Tax Reform Bill
Freedom, Justice, Patriotism and Taxes. Yes, taxes. One of the most disliked words in our society is in fact found in the United States Constitution in Amendment 16. “Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.” While this is one amendment we both may like to forget, it does have tremendous ratifications on our individual lives and