The U.S. mint has decided to remove Alexander Hamilton from the ten dollar bill. I, for one, do not agree with this decision. Why should Hamilton be removed when he was one of the most influential men in the history of our nation? I understand the willingness to put a woman on our currency. In fact, I support the move considering the precedence that was set forth when Pocohantas was featured on the twenty dollar bill from 1865 to 1869 and Martha Washington was featured on the one dollar (in silver) note.1 (Not to mention the currently in circulation Sacagewea gold dollar coin.) Basically, this is nothing new under the sun. That being said, we shouldn’t replace Alexander Hamilton from the ten dollar bill because Hamilton was one of the only Founding Fathers to achieve the American Dream for himself, he was the driving force in the founding of the American banking system, and he wasamong the greatest proponents of the American Constitution. Continue reading Don’t Change the Face on the Ten Dollar Bill: It’s All about the Hamiltons
I have recently noticed an abundance of “Fourth of July movie lists” and decided to create my own. I am including some of my favorite patriotic films that didn’t make the other lists. Continue reading Ten Great Movies for Your Fourth of July Weekend Entertainment
Socially, morally, and biologically we need to treat our gay neighbors with the love and respect that we expect for ourselves. Continue reading Gays are People Too: Treat Them That Way
Why, why, why, why, why, why, why, why… That’s eight why’s in case you were wondering. It’s the exact amount of why’s necessary to inquire the motives of certain Republicans who are obsessed with trying to impeach President Barack Obama.
It definitely hurts our pride that he won two elections, no doubt about that, but you all need to quit trying to kick the man out of office before our party is destroyed like Captain Ahab. Continue reading Quit the Impeachment Talk, Focus on the Election
The Importance of Parenthood in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Continue reading The Importance of Parenthood in Avengers: Age of Ultron
I am obviously pro-war and pro-death penalty because I’m a conservative. Right? Continue reading Being Pro-War/Death Penalty Doesn’t Mean You’re Not Pro-Life: My Answer to a Liberal’s Accusation
I was feeling spiritual today…and philosophical…and artistic. So here’s a little poem I wrote up back in Easter. For your soul, mind, and your entertainment, the Elephant’s Conscience is proud to present: Uncertain. Yours, -The Elephant’s Conscience If the last shall be first and the first shall be last, What happens to those in … Continue reading Uncertain
Originally posted on Otaku in My Veins:
After seeing Avengers Age of Ultron for the second time, I started thinking about the correlation between Dr. Frankenstein and Tony Stark. Yes, the Dr. Frankenstein from Mary Shelly’s 1818 novel. I find there’s a lot of value for views to compare stories with similar themes, a classic… Continue reading Tony Stark and the Modern Prometheus.