Bernie Sanders Joins Eric Swalwell in Being a Gun Grabber

James Sweet III | @jsweetIII

Senator Bernie Sanders, a Democratic Presidential Candidate that believes he can survive the stress of the Presidency at the young age of 77, just made enemies with gun-wielding Americans. Previously, Bernie Sanders only wanted to ban the next generations from owning “military-style assault weapons”. Now, he wants to take away your guns. It shouldn’t come as a shock to many. After all, bad ideas need a disarmed populace to take effect as the majority of Americans dislike “democratic socialist” policies. After three mass shootings within the past week, Bernie seems to have been pushed further towards authoritarian policies. On Twitter, Bernie Sanders expressed his support for a national gun buyback program.

Sound familiar? It should, because Californian Congressman and former Democratic Presidential Candidate, Eric Swalwell, proposed the same program. Swalwell also took the astounding position that the United States government would just nuke any American that attempted to resist the federal ban and buyback of “assault weapons”, so perhaps this program isn’t what’s best for the American people if all-out war is necessary to squash any dissent.

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Why Gamers Should Oppose Socialism

Gamers must oppose socialism.
Nicolas Gonzalez | United States

Gaming is a giant and growing industry. By the end of 2018, it was worth nearly $138 billion, and it continues to increase over 13 percent year after year. Gamers want good games, and the industry continues to deliver. But gaming is not the only thing which continues to grow — young people are increasingly warming up to socialism. This poses a great danger to the ever-expanding gaming industry.

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Democratic Power Struggle: Andrew Yang vs Bernie Sanders?

Ian Brzeski | @ianbrzeski

The second round of the Democratic debates is taking place tonight. Last night’s debate, which featured the likes of Elizabeth Warren, Tulsi Gabbard, Beto O’Rourke, and many more were seen to be dull. However, tonight’s debate should have more fire as you get to see the likes of Andrew Yang and Bernie Sanders square off against each other.

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Expect the Democrats to Exploit Obamacare’s Failures

Warren Albrecht | United States

In a telephone survey done by Monmouth University, 27% of those polled said that they or a household family member had avoided medical care because of cost. 20% of adults said that over the last 10 years, they did not pursue other jobs or forms of work due to concerns over losing medical insurance. In a piece by The Hill reviewing the poll, the writer discusses views of supporters and critics of Medicare for All but does not tackle the specifics.

Proponents of Medicare for All say that reducing this “job lock,” or the need to stay in a job to keep the employer-provided health insurance, is a benefit of government-run insurance. Opponents say people often like their employer-sponsored coverage and do not want to be forced to give it up.

You can see the narrative forming. The Democrats will push Medicare for All, essentially code for universal healthcare, because people are still having problems. The failure of Obamacare is not to be mentioned. Free market ideas thrown to the side in 2009 are not being evaluated by the press. Recent polls that show Obamacare’s failures will be used by the Democratic Presidential candidates throughout their campaigns in an attempt to push for Medicare for All.

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Joe Biden Proves Establishment Politics Are Dangerous

Ellie McFarland | @El_FarAwayLand

The 2020 election is just over a year away, but there is already a long list of candidates running on the Democratic ballot. In June next year, the DNC will hold their primary debates in Milwaukee with over 20 candidates participating. Those who lean anti-establishment have had their eyes on Andrew Yang and Tulsi Gabbard, but it’s easy to forget that they are both polling below 2%. At the top are still Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, and at the very top with 27%, Joe Biden.

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