As Neoconservatism Wanes In The GOP, Will Libertarianism Take Its Place?

Recent trends indicate major shift in GOP Keith Farrell Last month, Liz Cheney quietly withdrew from Wyoming’s Senate race, marking what may be a turning point in Republican politics. The daughter of former Vice President and neoconservative figurehead Dick Cheney famously challenged Republican Senator Mike Enzilast summer … Continue reading As Neoconservatism Wanes In The GOP, Will Libertarianism Take Its Place?

House of Cards makes long awaited Second Season Debut

Valentine’s with a Murderer? Keith Farrell||The Libertarian Republic Diabolical schemes, lying, cheating and deception; the Netflix original series House of Cardsstarring Kevin Spacey is a fitting Valentine’s Day companion. The second season of the acclaimed series has its long awaited release this Friday. … Continue reading House of Cards makes long awaited Second Season Debut

The lines between satire and reality are blurring

 This cartoon from creators.com is spot on in regards to how Obama and company are treating the CBO which predicts Affordable Care will discourage over 2.5 million workers from the full time work force. Obama and the liberals have actually claimed this is a good thing as it will free people from the burden of full time work. Continue reading The lines between satire and reality are blurring

The Final 6 Minutes of Sunday’s ‘True Detective’ May Be One of the Greatest Scenes in TV History

by Zak Cheney-Rice||PolicyMic The news: On Sunday, HBO’s somber cop drama True Detective entered the “best shot in TV history” conversation with an uninterrupted six-minute tracking take. Critics have hailed it as the long-awaited moment when television and film craft became indistinguishable – one of … Continue reading The Final 6 Minutes of Sunday’s ‘True Detective’ May Be One of the Greatest Scenes in TV History