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The Democratic Party has taken control of the House of Representatives with a margin somewhere between 11-17 seats . . .
Captivated and riveted by the events of this week concerning Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford . . .
Kevin Cecchine and Henry Clay breakdown the numbers in key races for the upcoming midterm elections . . .
Kevin Cecchine, Henry Clay, and Esteban Villegas Breakdown the Republican's chances in the midterm elections . . .
Kevin Cecchine and Henry clay discuss a variety of topics including Hillary Clinton's projection, Kyle Kulinski's projection, left-wing mobs, Obamacare, and state's rights . . .
Postmodernism is something that the left has been using as an intellectual crutch since of the fall of the Soviet Union . . .
Kevin and Henry discuss the new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and the aftermath of the Democrat's failed coup against the presumption of innocence . . .
In our Constitutional Republic, we believe in “innocent until proven guilty” . . .
Kevin Cecchine and Henry Clay discuss leftist hysteria, President Trump’s recent press conference . . .
On Thursday the Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimony from Brett Kavanaugh and sexual assault accuser Christine Blasey Ford . . .
On Sunday, The Atlantic published an essay by Hillary Clinton adapted from the afterword of her book . . .
Kevin Cecchine and Henry Clay go over a variety of topics, including the Kavanaugh accusations . . .
In 2016, celebrity and capitalist Donald Trump galvanized the Republican Party in a way that few have since Ronald Reagan . . .
Kevin Cecchine and Henry Clay have a conversation concerning Joe Manchin's run for re-election . . .
Despite a booming economy, Republican prospects for maintaining control of the house . . .
We need your support in this fight for integrity . . .
In Ep10 of the Ceccpoint Podcast Henry and Kevin discuss the direction of South Africa and its persecution of whites, big tech censorship, and the absolute state of the #metoo movement. . . .
Racial tensions in South Africa are on the rise as white-owned land is being forcibly taken by the state following a recent push to amend their constitution to allow such seizure . . .
Plagued with desperation and poverty, Venezuela seems to be on an indefinite plunge toward humanitarian crisis . . .
In 2016, celebrity and capitalist Donald Trump galvanized the Republican Party in a way that few have since Ronald Reagan. . . .
Ever since the election of Donald Trump, pundits and the mainstream media have predicted a “blue wave” in the 2018 midterms as a reaction to the President’s election . . .
“The Left eats its own.” This message popularized by the likes of Dave Rubin . . .
The election of Donald Trump in 2016 turned the United States political scene upside down . . .
A new law in Sweden has just been implemented to crack down on the rising number of reported sex offenses since 2007. . . .
A new law in Sweden has just been implemented to crack down on the rising number of reported sex offenses since 2007 . . .
President Trump has done an excellent job economically up until the tariffs were announced . . .
The May job reports were revealed earlier this week, revealing that the unemployment rate under President Trump has now reached a nearly 50-year low . . .
While abortion is always a sensitive topic, now is the time for discussion since there are two bills currently before Congress concerning this topic . . .
Democrats and anti-gun crusaders are experiencing difficulty politicizing the horrible events that occurred in a High School in Santa Fe, Texas after a gunman opened fire on students Friday morning . . .
A classical Conservative like Edmund Burke would surely have advised Republicans against voting for Trump in the Primary and General Elections, with a genuinely compelling conservative argument. . . .
Democrats and progressives are fawning over a new legislative measure being taken by Sen. Bernie Sanders to “guarantee” a well-paying job to everybody who wants one . . .
A new political topic is starting to gain traction in Washington DC following a wave of activism in today’s youth . . .
Recently, legislation was passed by congress to increase spending by $1.3 trillion toward nearly every imaginable arena of public life, including immigration . . .
This weekend fiscal Conservatives are grieving a major legislative loss, in which the President was compliant. . . .
On Presidential Election Day of 2016, Donald Trump was elected against the abysmal odds that were given to him by the media . . .
Earlier this week, former Presidential Candidate and Republican nominee Mitt Romney announced his candidacy for Senate in the state of Utah . . .
Just imagine yourself as a spectator of a political debate over which the subject is the funding and the role of the American Military . . .
“We have a racist in the White House” — the inescapable, inevitable words of many in the media and those around us . . .
The Libertarian wing of the GOP (Liberty Republicans, Libertarians, Paleolibertarianism etc) has been a steady force in the GOP for years . . .
On Friday, Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel announced that he would be stepping out of the Ohio Senate race . . .
Nazism was formed by the National Socialist German Worker’s party of the Nazi Party . . .
On July 28th a sequel to Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth was released in theaters . . .
A wolf in sheep's clothing is more dangerous than a wolf. One can see the uncloaked wolf ahead of time and develop a survival strategy around it . . .
We’ve entered a dangerous zone in our current political climate . . .
On March 21st, 2010, the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, was passed by the house and three days later signed into law by President Obama . . .
One could argue that the United States has always been an extremely divided place since its conception, beginning with the tension between Jefferson and Hamilton on the larger role of government . . .
The relationship between the individual and state is something that often remains a constant pendulum swing between liberty and tyranny based on the circumstances of the age . . .
For decades, the subject of much controversy has been the discussion of abortion . . .
As a media junkie and avid news consumer, I have come across many versions of the news: The leftist, the right wing, the overdramatic, complete garbage, and alas, the most trusted in my book, local news . . .
1964, the Conservative Wing of the Republican Party was in decline as more republicans embraced the liberal wing of the Republicans . . .
Today’s government is more like that of Orwell’s dystopic 1984 than anyone dares to proclaim . . .
Karl Marx, the famous historical figure who is notorious for his writing labeled The Communist Manifesto . . .
There is often a dispute over a common sports phrase accredited to Vince Lombardi. Some claim it was “the best defense is a good offense,” while others maintain that the quote is “the best offense is a good defense.” . . .
My generation so often takes Liberty to mean a right, a necessary capacity protected by the functions of government and protected under the social contract thereof . . .
The origins of banking date back to ancient times, when one would wish to store his wealth or “capital” without risk of that wealth being stolen . . .
It is my belief that inanimate things are amoral: having no qualities to manifest them as right or wrong, good or evil; they merely are extensions of ourselves . . .
They say I’ll never know what it’s like to be scrutinized while shopping because of prejudice . . .
Doubtless this is a multifarious, polarizing meta-ethical, social issue. . . .
Anarchist. The term is quite polarizing- one often thinks of the proverbial Mayday rioter throwing a Molotov cocktail . . .
The first argument presented was a critique of wages, of value-based production economics generally called Labor Theory of Value . . .
Scurrilous Socialism I recently entered an ideological joust with a young lady, on a platform not inclined for discussions of that nature . . .
How can we know what is real? . . .
Subjectivity of Value –Minarchy Throughout the course of history, there have been numerous attempts at assigning a definitive value to an assortment of goods; whether that good be water, gold, an automobile, or a telephone . . .
When it comes to the question of general foreign aid, say to third world countries where the populous is starving to death, the ethical approach and behavior is that we have to help them in any and all ways that we can . . .
The Roman Empire’s patterns of fiscal and economic irresponsibility prior to its fall correlates to the present condition of the United States . . .
Kevin Cecchine and Henry Clay discuss the tribulations of balancing potentially offensive rhetoric . . .
Time and time again, we hear about the growing negative impact that humans have had on the world . . .
Bitcoin, one of the world’s newest digital assets, is subjectively becoming more valuable, but it has no objective value . . .
The left makes the implication that the poor are essentially powerless next to the wealthy . . .
FDR had the New Deal in 1933, LBJ the Great Society in 1965, and Obama the ACA of 2010 . . .
Kevin and Henry discuss a variety of topics including Bernie Sanders assessment of the 2020 . . .
Kevin Cecchine, Henry Clay, and Esteban Villegas discuss a variety of topics including the migrant Caravan . . .
Going in to see Venom—somehow a Marvel movie, but not a Marvel movie—I expected one of two things . . .
It sounds like something twisted Hollywood would produce: A computer system becomes self-aware and begins a cold . . .
A Georgetown professor is under fire this week after a tweet calling for the death and castration of white men . . .