Warren’s hometown paper publishes scathing op-ed calling her a liar

Jared Harris – Michael Graham addresses his concerns with the senator’s lack of honesty in the not-so-subtly titled piece “Another day, another lie from Elizabeth Warren,” published by the Boston Herald.

The Thursday piece paints a brutal picture of a floundering candidate, desperate to do anything it takes to win her party’s nomination, and eventually, the White House.

Taking Warren’s history into account, Graham is right on the money.

The senator played up her supposed Cherokee heritage early in her presidential campaign. Warren was apparently so convinced of her Native American roots that she took the time to write in “American Indian” as her race on a Texas Bar registration card. Continue reading “Warren’s hometown paper publishes scathing op-ed calling her a liar”

Virginia 2A Rally Peaceful, Democrats and MSM Disappointed

Lewis Morris – Monday’s Second Amendment rally in Richmond, Virginia, drew thousands of citizens from around the state and the country, and, despite breathless predictions of violence by the national media, it was a peaceful affair.

“Lobby Day” is an annual event in Virginia sponsored by the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL) so that people may gather at the state capitol to register their support for the Second Amendment. In previous years, the event has always gone without a hitch, but this year’s rally took on special significance. Continue reading “Virginia 2A Rally Peaceful, Democrats and MSM Disappointed”

How Athletes Prepare for their Big Games

Get in the ZoneIn some sports, each game is worth the same. An equal number of points, or just another win to add to the tally. In others, especially where there is a playoff or knockout tournament, certain games can be make or break.

These big games can place a lot of pressure on the athletes, who must find a way to ensure they are mentally prepared so that they can perform at their best.

These techniques can be applied to other areas of life too, such as a big test, an important meeting, or an interview for a new job. Here are some lessons you can learn from athletes. Continue reading “How Athletes Prepare for their Big Games”

Interesting Facts About Tiny Homes

The tiny homes trend has been an evolving global phenomenon for some time, and it finally seems to be going mainstream. There are now tiny homes found around the world; the underlying philosophy is universal.

Here are 5 things that everyone needs to know about tiny homes.

They’re Taking Airbnb By Storm

Airbnb is radically changing the way that we think about our accommodation. There are many properties that have existed as hidden gems but have now been blown into the limelight by exposure through Airbnb. Tiny homes are the kind of properties that will stand out on a platform like Airbnb and will, therefore, garner a disproportionate amount of the interest. Continue reading “Interesting Facts About Tiny Homes”

Ways to Handle Someone Else’s Road Rage

Rage-filled, aggressive driving has been a problem on the roads for a long time. Unnecessary horn honking, hand gestures and screaming plagues the roadways. And sometimes road rage can take an even uglier turn and violence can occur.

Road rage is a danger to everyone involved, and having someone show aggression toward you when you’re on the road can be frightening and maddening all at the same time. Fortunately, there are ways you can stay safe avoid losing your head when someone else targets you with road rage. Continue reading “Ways to Handle Someone Else’s Road Rage”