Author: Jack Parkos

Trump to Keep U.S. Presence in Syria

Jack Parkos | @j.ackp

In December 2018, Trump declared the withdrawal of all American troops from Syria. On February 22nd, a bi-partisan group of Congress members wrote Trump expressing the following:

“We support a small American stabilizing force in Syria, which includes a small contingent of American troops and ground forces from our European allies, is essential to insure stability and prevent the return of ISIS”

Trump response was that he “100%” agrees and “ALL is being done”, contradicting his prior statements of complete withdrawal from Syria. He signed and returned the letter with the response to the bi-partisan group of congress members.

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Justin Amash Should Run as a Libertarian in 2020

Jack Parkos | @j.ackp

Republican House Represenative Justin Amash has announced that he is not “ruling out” a bid for the Libertarian Party in 2020. “I would never rule anything out,” he said. However, he states that it is “not on his radar.” at the moment. This quote surfaced as he was speaking about the border wall funding issue. He believes that Trump’s emergency order for the wall is an unconstitutional measure. He also believes it could be further pervert the Constitution in the future.

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BREAKING: American Freedom Found in Iraq

Jack Parkos | @j.ackp

The Iraq war began in 2003 and has caused the death of over four thousand American soldiers and devastated civilians. The war was controversial from the beginning; many people protested and spoke out against it. When people questioned the war, the state often insisted that we were over there fighting for our freedoms. Many thought this was a made-up scapegoat, but it turns out our freedom really was in Iraq the whole time. Continue reading “BREAKING: American Freedom Found in Iraq”

Why Trump Should Declare An End To The Korean War

Jack Parkos | United States

Thomas Jefferson called for “peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations.” In the past, the United States has not through on this deal, however, today we may be able to go through with this advice.

One example of when we did not enjoy peace and commerce was with North Korea. To this day, there has not been an official end to the Korean War. Thousands of US troops are still deployed in South Korea. Tensions are still high between the nations.

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Pepe the Frog Meme Leads Folsom Lake to Call Police

Jack Parkos | @j.ackp

Students at Folsom Lake College were fearful on Wednesday when a flyer featuring the meme “Pepe the Frog” was shown on campus. The school reported that they called the police to search the campus.

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