Joined 11 years ago
My name is Bradley (I won't give my last name for personal reasons) and I'm 30 years old. I recently earned a bachelor's degree in English and think that this site is a good place to start writing and getting published. I have Asperger's syndrome, so I'm very shy, but I'm passionate about my hobbies. I'm very interested in politics, music, books, paranormal topics, and movies.
20 months ago
I explain why people are wrong when they say that there's "no such thing" as an independent voter by making several points, the most important of which are related to America's limited party system and also offering a more accurate model for looking at the political spectrum.
2 years ago
I analyze the views of Lincoln Chafee, the libertarian party's first big-name presidential candidate in 2020, discuss whether I think libertarians should vote for him, and make a point about the flaws of our two-party system related to Chafee's attempt at the nomination.
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