Darcy Kempa
Darcy Kempa
Sept. 5, 2013

Syria News: Kerry Takes the Stand — and Insults Every American

During his testimony before the House Foreign Relations Committee, John Kerry said three misleading things that should concern every American.

Sept. 3, 2013

Congressional Debate On Syria is Just An Excuse to Buy Obama Time

Obama’s decision for Congress to debate an attack on Syria has bought him time to better understand the Syrian conflict.
Aug. 7, 2013

The One Thing Congress Forgot to Do Before Leaving D.C. For the Summer

Congress forgot to do one thing before the recess, affecting all Americans.
Aug. 4, 2013

3 Steps to An Unguessable Password

Strong passwords are not that difficult to create. It just takes a process.
July 16, 2013

George Zimmerman Civil Suit: Martin Family Shouldn't Sue Him in Civil Court

As the Martin family deals with Zimmerman's not guilty verdict, they are considering options. A civil trial should not be one of them.
July 11, 2013

Why Fox News is Absolutely Destroying All the Cable Networks in the Ratings

The Fox News Channel continues to be the dominant cable news network. Does this mean Americans think that Fox is a more “fair and balanced” network?

July 9, 2013

Aurelia Fedenisn: Is the State Department Above the Law?

A recent break-in at a law office may be politically motivated. Was this a random act or planned by State Department officials?
July 8, 2013

Edward Snowden Forces America's Biggest Security Agency to Reevaluate Its Security Situation

In an interview with George Stephanopoulos, NSA Director General Keith Alexander stated that there were no "alarm bells" that identified Snowden's illegal activities.
July 2, 2013

NSA PRISM Program: Big Brother is Watching, and That's a Good Thing

Technological advances have provided law abiding citizens, as well as criminals and terrorists, with instantaneous data transfer. If Big Brother is watching that is a good thing.
June 28, 2013

Trayvon Martin Trial: George Zimmerman Doesn't Deserve Much Sympathy

The prosecution has shown that Zimmerman did not follow protocols. At this point, he doesn't deserve much sympathy for his actions.
June 25, 2013

Edward Snowden News: Snowden Finally Reveals Himself to Be a Traitor

Is Snowden a hero or a traitor? He answered that question with an interview on his motives.

June 10, 2013

Who is Samantha Power? Pulling Back the Curtain On Obama's New UN Ambassador

Samantha Power believes the U.S. can do a lot more to stop mass atrocities around the world.
June 3, 2013

Bradley Manning Trial: Can He Avoid Life Imprisonment?

Bradley Manning has begun his court-martial. He won't avoid life imprisonment.
May 28, 2013

Lois Lerner IRS: 5th Amendment Invocation Could Mean Scandal is Even Bigger Than Thought

Lois Lerner is hiding behind the Fifth Amendment, and possibly protecting someone else.
April 19, 2013

Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsnarnaev: What Is the Chechnya and Islam Connection?

The Boston bombers' ethnicity and religion may impact immigration reform.
April 18, 2013

Obama's Plan to Fund Preschool With Tobacco Taxes Will Burn Out

President Obama is trying to match new pre-school programs to tobacco taxes. Unfortunately, the plan is unworkable and will result in higher taxes for the poor and possibly everyone else.

April 2, 2013

Voter ID Laws: Why Democrats Are Scared

States are implementing laws requiring voters to produce photo identification (ID). Democrats are fighting these initiatives claiming voter disenfranchisement. Are Democrats supporting voter frau
April 1, 2013

Is the New Axis Of Evil Syria, Iran, and North Korea?

Syria, Iran, and North Korea have all rejected a critical arms treaty that reduces suffering. Are the three the new axis of evil?
March 28, 2013

Why the U.S. Will Lose in Syria, No Matter Which Side Wins the War

The conflict in Syria is more than a nation rising up against a tyrannical leader. Both sides have ties to terrorism and that means that whoever wins, the United States loses.
March 28, 2013

Florida v. Jardines: Supreme Court Picks Drug Dealers Over Dogs

The Supreme Court issued a decision limiting the use of drug-sniffing dogs. The court’s decision helps drug dealers and establishes that odors are protected by the Fourth Amendment.