About Us

About James Fidlerten:

I grew up in Oklahoma and became a Pentecostal boy preacher at the age of eleven. I eventually moved to Los Angeles, California where I worked for the United States Mission helping the homeless.

I’m also gay and my passions are liberal politics and feeding hungry children. I have been blogging for about three years now and some of my work I share on Yahoo Voices.

I write whatever is on my mind, though I do try to keep up with the politics of the day. I have a strong spiritual relationship with my God and many of my articles are laced with my political views and yet reflects on my spiritual relationship with my God.

I hopes you enjoy my articles and I always appreciate hearing from my readers.

My Regards,




About valrfederoff

I grew up in a small town South East of Pittsburgh, PA. Whatever the plan was,I wanted to please God and other people. Just deciding that everything I did was writing, giving information, or telling stories,I decided to perfect that skill beginning in 2010. I am passionate about the everyday people who make this world worth saving. I am always turning my back on God who keeps steering me back. God is as patient with me as with the rest of this dysfunctional world. I shed light on corruption and write in a variety of genres and topics until I discover what works best.

I too invite you to interact with what you discover here.




About Mr. Bab

Bab Adetiba was a political science major and an economics minor at the University of Texas at Arlington but he is soon to becoming a Marine. His interests include political science and philosophy, welfare policy, economics, American foreign policy, Constitutional law, a little IR of the Middle East, and other things. In his meantime, you can find him reading a book, writing, playing the drums or explaining why politicians and their policies, no matter how well-intentioned, are bad. Liberty and responsibility are inseparable. Liberty is indivisible.
Check out his personal blog, Minds Alike where he complains.

“The press was to serve the governed, not the governors.”

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