Just like there are two sides to every coin, the FLIP SIDE is an opposite viewpoint to the political topic being discussed at hand. Our goal is to have a news site that is appealing to all Americans, regardless of political view. We will always try to offer two points of view to our opinion articles whenever we can.
What was the Boston Tea Party? Believe it or not, a profound amount of Americans actually don’t know what it was. Briefly, the colonists of Boston, Massachusetts were upset with England trying to monopolize the tea market. At this point in time, England had already repealed most of the taxes, however, they wanted the colonists to know they were still under British rule by enforcing the tea tax. This was the first sign of colonists openly defying England, calling for independence. Basically, this was the first step towards the creation of the eventual Untied States of America. Has the US forgotten about this? (more…)
I am so furious over this Bu!!$#!T, it took me 2 days before I could sit down and write an article about it. I needed to calm down and have a clear head. The loyal readers of Brave New Times deserve only the best and not a rant fueled by rage. Some states are enacting laws to make it difficult for college kids to vote. In fact, a total of 25 states have at least introduced legislation to silence voters. These laws target out of state students who are normally allowed to use their student ID to vote in the state where there school is. (more…)
The First in a Four Part Series on Elections
Many voters don’t think of Sheriff or School Board when they think of elections. Even fewer think of Chief Justice as an electable position. It is, but only on the state level. The Chief and Associate Justices at the federal level are appointed. (more…)
The American flag…
Even children know what the American flag looks like…and I mean children all over the world. Though the American flag is known so well throughout the world, very few Americans know how to take care of it or even how to respect it, let alone what to do with the flag after it has served its useful life. This is the symbol that represents not only our country…but freedom. So, I thought it would be a good idea, or more along the lines of my patriotic duty, to give our readers a little more insight into our beloved American flag. I mean after all, there was a point in my life that I had no idea that there were actually rules and regulations on what to do and not do with the flag, let alone showing it respect.