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By Tyler Benjamin
Allegorical poem about politics (USA).
Well, this was a challenging poem to write. I am all about LGBTT rights and equality for all human beings. I strongly believe that God wants us to love everybody without taking into consideration where they come from or what they like. Based on those beliefs, I wanted to write a poem about it....
To the many who died not knowing the many they have savedâ€¦
To the failures who tried to change the worldâ€¦
There is nothing at all to compel us to move. None. And yet, she did. Against all odds and against the very nature of things, Jillian decided to move.
The Second Civil War has erupted in America due to severe political and cultural differences, a boy and sister on opposite sides embrace this new situation.
After decades of prime-time comedy at the expense of Conservatives, author JC Shannon decided it was time to turn the tables of satire. Taking readers deep into â€˜The Teflon Hall of Fameâ€™, his new book gives Liberals a literal run for their money.
Proposition #1: The United States of America it not now, nor was it ever a Christian nation. It was designed by our founding fathers to be a nation of free peoples, most of whom were Christians when the nation was founded, but now the peoples of our nation have degenerated into a nation of...
By Anthony J Piccione
This is an essay covering an issue facing many people in the United States - both parents and their children alike - in the year 2012. The essay discusses the rising cost of financial aid, how it got this way, and ways it could potentially be fixed in the future.
Just a brief summary regarding the Highest Holy Days in the Jewish Religion and how we celebrate them...
Two mobsters have a discussion on their way to dinner, they discuss business, politics, and eggplant.
WARNING: Contains strong language, whiners beware.
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By Rodney Page
Against a backdrop of a corrupt Democratic administration, an out-of-touch Republican Party, and demons resulting from combat during the first Gulf War, Georgia Congressman Tyler Armistead faces enormous obstacles if he chooses to run for president as the Liberty Party candidate.
By Bernadette Greene
Discusses the declining state of the American people and our country: how it happened and what we can do about it. The philosophy of personal responsibility and Americans' approach to sensitive issues such as Gay and Lesbians, illegal immigrants and how to deal with politicians and those with...
The 5th part of the history of Richard Channing
A general overview of the current political situation in England and what the future holds.
I offer a few distinct arguments for the defense of marriage as a union between one man and one woman.