My Favorite YouTubers

YouTube is an awesome platform. It gives anyone with a creative drive and a camera the opportunity to both express themselves and to entertain others who share an interest in their content. Today, I am going to tell you about my three favorite YouTube channels. One of them is a gaming channel, one is a music channel, and one is a sneaker/fashion channel. If anyone is interested in checking them out, links to their respective channels will be provided. Enjoy!



Swiftor is hands down my favorite gaming channel on YouTube. I think what I really like about his channel is that it is not your typical gaming channel. My favorite content of his would probably have to be the mini-games he plays with other gamers, typically in Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto. Anyone who enjoys gaming content should watch his recordings of a game called Mafia, played within Call of Duty. However, if games such as Call of Duty just aren’t your thing, Swiftor has also posted gameplay from games such as The Price is Right, PUBG, Friday the 13th, and H1Z1 Auto Royale all in the last week. As far as gaming goes, I feel like Swift has content for just about everybody. He is an absurdly entertaining dude and I highly recommend anyone who enjoys gaming videos check out his channel!

YouTube: Swiftor

Twitter: @Swiftor



Meami is a music reaction channel that I just recent discovered. I’m so glad that I did. Reaction videos are some of my favorite videos on all of YouTube and as far as music reactions go, Meami is the best. Watching him react to new music releases is just entertaining. There’s something about the dude’s energy that just makes him a blast to watch. I completely agree with his musical opinions more than not, which is always nice when watching reaction content. Meami is just a cool guy who likes music, games, and his awesome tattoos are also worth noting. Anyone who enjoys hip-hop/rap and/or reaction videos should definitely check him out.

YouTube: Meami

Twitter: @Meami_Ami



YoAnty was the very first channel I ever subscribed to on YouTube. To this day, he is still my absolute favorite YouTuber. There isn’t a more genuine guy on YouTube. Although he doesn’t do them anymore, his vlogs were the most entertaining on the internet, in my opinion. His sneaker/clothing hauls and reviews are great. The production quality of all of his videos is top-notch, and his thoughts on whatever he’s talking about are always extremely informative. Above all else, he is just a fun, entertaining guy on YouTube who likes talking about shoes, cats, and iced coffee (jet fuel only). He hasn’t fallen victim to the clickbait nonsense that seems to have taken over sneaker YouTube in recent years. He has stayed true to what earned him his subscriber base and I think that’s extremely commendable. Anyone who likes sneakers should absolutely check out his channel!

YouTube: YoAnty

Twitter: @YoAnty_

Everyone should check out these three awesome content creators, as well as the awesome ones here at Mid-American Culture. Thanks for reading!

My Twitter: @BigRedAFerg

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The Sounds of Hell

There are certain sensations that we eventually became inundated by, and, after sufficient exposure, try to suppress to the deep recesses of our minds in order to maintain sanity. There are a few cases of this for me. For example, I often hear the sounds of MTV U playing in my college cafeteria, which I escape via earbuds. Or the sounds of ongoing construction, often resolved by the same solution as the prior example. But, a particularly notable example of this phenomenon came rushing back into my mind relatively recently, and I thought I’d share it with you all today.

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Videos to Bring you Inner Peace

Do you have a pit in the place where your heart should be? Do you have episodes of deep and endless depression? Do you desperately need inner peace? Is Twitter the only thing you have to live for? Do you like memes?

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Ranking the Best Cartoon Network Original Series

I kinda hate making lists at this point, but you guys know you wanna read this one. Continue reading “Ranking the Best Cartoon Network Original Series”

The 3 Best Things About 2018 So Far

We are just under two months into 2018. This year has certainly had its ups and downs. These last two months have certainly been eventful. From Jennifer Anniston splitting with her husband, to Elon Musk’s Space X rocket launch, to the tragic Parkland shooting and everything in between, 2018 is shaping up to be one interesting year. After the somber tone of my last article, I decided to brighten the mood of the Wednesday articles a little and write about three things that have happened this year that made me smile (anyone who knows me knows how rare an occurrence that is).

3. Fortnite


I know, I was a little late jumping onto the Fortnite wave. However, I did finally jump on and I haven’t gotten off since. I started playing right around the new year. I can honestly say that Fortnite resurrected gaming for me. I hardly ever used my Xbox for anything other than Netflix until I started playing the game and now I play it almost every day. I’m going to paraphrase a tweet I saw a while back… Fortnite brought back the all night gaming with your friends, the likes of which we haven’t seen since the Modern Warfare 2 days. Honestly, that is so true. Fortnite has undoubtedly made my 2018 better.

2. God’s Plan

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In my 20 years of existence, I have never enjoyed a music video more than I enjoy the video for Drake’s “God’s Plan”. Something about seeing Drake give away the entire $996,631.90 budget the video made me extremely happy. As big a Drake fan as I already was, seeing this video made me like him that much more. Hopefully, more celebrities will follow I his footsteps and spread this kind of love in 2018.

1. The demand for stricter gun laws


Something great seems to be coming from the tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida. While the shooting itself was horrific and completely avoidable, students from the school have taken the opportunity to use the platform given to them by the shooting. They are demanding that the government take action to prevent anymore tragedies like this from ever happening again. Students, adults, and many lawmakers across the nation are calling for increased gun control measures. President Trump even signed a memo calling for the banning of bump stocks, which were used by the Las Vegas shooter who killed 58 in October of last year. While this is absolutely not enough, it shows that even the far right can be pushed to do the right thing if the people demand it. This could save a significant amount of lives. If real gun control measures are implemented in 2018, then that would be a revolutionary step in the betterment of society. Seeing the victims of the horrible tragedy rise to the occasion and call for change is one of the more empowering things I have ever seen.

2018 is sure to be an eventful year. I’m looking forward to seeing how this list changes as the year goes on.

Twitter: @ BigRedAFerg

Addressing What Happened In Florida

By now, I would think that just about everyone is at least vaguely aware of what happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. On the off chance that someone reading this is unaware, a gunman walked into the school and opened fire with an AR-15 assault rifle, killing 17 people and injuring many more. I feel that it is necessary to address this senseless tragedy. There are certainly people who think that this is the wrong time to talk about what happened and what needs to be done to stop it. I completely understand this viewpoint because children being slaughtered in our nation’s schools is an uncomfortable topic. However, there will never be a “right” time to discuss something like this. It will always be uncomfortable. Mid-American Culture has given me a platform with which to express myself in an uncensored, honest, and very personal way. I am going to use this platform to give my thoughts on the situation as honestly and directly as I possibly can.

I was just over one year old when Dylan Harris and Eric Klebold opened fire on the students at Columbine High School in 1999. The events at Columbine were horrific. News of the shooting dominated the media for weeks and weeks afterward. For the most part, Americans had never experienced something like that before. The thought that children attending school might have to find themselves under attack by deranged gunmen was unprecedented. Citizens and politicians alike were determined to never let anything like this happen again. This, of course, was not what happened. Since Columbine, there have been 25 fatal school shootings in the United States. Myself and my generation have grown up in the era of mass shootings. Politicians have made countless attempts and empty promises regarding the prevention of gun violence during my lifetime. As what happened in Florida clearly shows, nothing has helped. Nothing has helped at all. Many lawmakers aren’t even trying to solve the problem anymore. But, at least we have their thoughts and prayers.


Florida Governor Rick Scott’s tweet after the shooting in Florida


While all mass shootings are obviously horrendous, school shootings hit especially close to home for me. I am a 20 year old college student studying to be a high school teacher. During my first semester of college, I was in an entry level class for education majors. One day, we did not do any work in this class. Instead, the chief of the campus police came to talk to us. The topic was mass shootings. He gave my class some background about mass shootings and what to do in the event of a shooting on campus and things like that. After he left, the woman who taught the class had a conversation with us that I will never forget for the rest of my life. She pointed out the frequency with which school shootings occur in the United States and the undeniable possibility that we, as future teachers, might have to face an active shooter situation one day. She addressed the importance of protecting students at all costs in these situations. We discussed teachers who had given their lives trying to protect students in these situations. I came to the disheartening realization that protecting students from gunfire had become part of the curriculum for those studying to be teachers. Gun violence in our country should never have reached the point where teachers have to be taught how to shield their students from bullets. But, here we are. Some people even take it a step further and say that teachers should carry guns in every school throughout the country. They really think that teachers should be expected to prepare themselves to kill an active shooter, who in many cases would be a student from the very school in which they teach) at a moment’s notice. If those in the field of education wanted to carry a gun and shoot bad guys, they would have entered the field of law enforcement or maybe joined the military. That is not what teachers got into the profession to do. They want to teach. The fact that a teacher having a handgun in his or her desk to fight off an attacker armed with an AR-15 is the best idea that many of our nation’s leaders have for preventing these shootings is sickening. But, at least we have their thoughts and prayers.


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s tweet after the Florida school shooting


As more facts about the school shooting have become available, one thing is increasingly clear: This could have been prevented. Florida has some of the least strict gun laws in the country. Buying an AR-15 rifle is as simple as walking into a gun store, filling out a small form, not having a felony record, being over 18 years old, paying for the gun, and walking out with it. Stricter laws about the sale of firearms very well could have prevented this.  In September of 2017, a YouTube user under the username Nikolas Cruz commented that he was going to “become a professional school shooter”. The FBI received a tip about the comment but nothing ever came of it. On February 14, 2018, a 19 year old man named Nikolas Cruz walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School carrying a legally purchased AR-15 rifle and unloaded “countless magazines” of ammo into the students and faculty of the school. President Trump stressed the importance of reporting potential threats to law enforcement after the shooting. What he apparently fails to realize is that Nikolas Cruz was reported to authorities. Under President Obama, regulations were put in place designed to prevent people who are identified as potentially having mental illness that could lead to this kind of attack from purchasing firearms. Critics of gun-control argue that if gun-control laws work, this should have prevented the shooter, who was said to have been known for erratic behavior, from getting a gun. The question is valid. Why didn’t this stop the tragedy in Florida? It is because President Trump signed a bill revoking these mental health checks in late February of last year. In the last few years, the Republican controlled Congress has voted against several pieces of gun-control legislation. Any number of these failed laws could have prevented this attack. But ultimately, Congress gave us no such laws. Fortunately for us, they were courteous enough to offer us their thoughts and prayers.


President Trump’s tweet following the Florida school shooting


When I write for this site, particularly about politics, I try to write with as little bias as possible. But, given the circumstances, I am going to admit my bias here. I am biased against mass shooters, the deadly assault weapons many of them use, and the people who do nothing to prevent these attacks. I am biased against the gun lobby who is indirectly responsible for the deadly gun violence epidemic in our country. I am biased against every single politician who takes money from the gun lobby in exchange for pro-gun votes because they find the sound of campaign contributions to be louder than the screams of dying children will ever be. I am biased against the law in the United States that prevents the CDC from researching the national epidemic of gun violence because the NRA against such research. In 1996, Australia was struck by a senseless mass shooting, the likes of which it had never seen. Just weeks afterward, the country enacted some of the strictest gun laws in the world. It banned certain types of firearms and the government bought the firearms back from its citizens as compensation for their loss. There has not been a mass shooting in Australia since. Gun control laws work. When something tragic happens, whether it be drunk driving deaths, workplace accidents, mass shootings, or whatever the case may be, the answer is not to give up. The answer is certainly not to try to solve the problem by introducing more of what caused the problem to begin with. The answer is to eliminate what is causing the problem. Until our government acts, the epidemic of gun violence will not stop. The American people have demanded it in the past. Instead, they were given thoughts and prayers.


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President Obama addressing the nation following the Sandy Hook shooting in 2012


I found myself slightly optimistic that real change could occur after the Florida school shooting. The aftermath of the tragedy feels different. People are calling for real change. Our leaders seem passionate about preventing violence from striking again. It did not take long for me to lose this optimism. I remembered how different things felt after the Las Vegas shootings. I remembered how different things felt after the Pulse Nightclub shootings. I remembered how different things felt after the San Bernardino shootings. I remember watching one of my greatest heroes, President Barack Obama, crying after the Sandy Hook shootings. The defeated look on his face said it all. Despite his best efforts, and the efforts of many others, he couldn’t bring about the kind of change that this country needs when it comes to guns. No change will come until the American people demand it. Not everyone will wants to hear this, but thoughts and prayers will not do a damn thing to stop these atrocities. I will not apologize for saying that. I will not apologize for pushing my radically liberal stance of wanting less dead schoolchildren in America. Nobody should ever apologize for saying what is right. The time has come for change. The time is now. Demand it.

10 People Who Should Run For President in 2020

This week’s events have many people yearning for new leadership in the United States. The combination of President Trump’s controversial comments about immigrants coming to the United States from “shithole countries” and the false-alarm missile alert in Hawaii, paired with the other recent missteps of the current administration have many, from both sides of the political spectrum, looking to the 2020 presidential elections. The following is a list of the 10 candidates I believe are best equipped to take on Donald Trump in 2020.

Spoiler Alert: The Rock and Oprah are not on this list.

Honorable Mentions:

Sherrod Brown-Democratic Senator from Ohio who was strongly considered to be Hillary Clinton’s running-mate in 2016

Tim Kaine- Democratic Senator from Virginia who actually was Hillary Clinton’s running-mate in 2016

Terry McAuliffe- Democratic Governor from Virginia who would most likely have the strong support of the Clintons due to their close relationship

10. Gavin Newsom

Probably the most unknown person on this list, Gavin Newsom is the Lieutenant Governor of California. Newsom is currently the frontrunner to replace term-limited Governor Jerry Brown in 2018. Brown would also be on this list if not for his age (Brown will be 82 on Election Day in 2020). Prior to being elected Lieutenant Governor, Newsom served as Mayor of San Francisco. During his tenure as mayor, Newsom established himself as a major advocate for gay rights by directing the city clerk to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, despite this being a violation of California state law at the time. Additionally, Newsom has strongly supported gun-control laws, led the charge for recreational marijuana legalization in the state, called for the establishment of “sanctuary cities” in California, and helped facilitate the addition of computer science to the core curriculum in California schools. Newsom’s strong liberal positions on many issues have garnered him a strong endorsement from liberal pundit and comedian Bill Maher. On several occasions, Maher has declared his support for Newsom and urged him to throw his name into the 2020 race. Also worth mentioning is Newsom’s charisma and overall appeal, the likes of which have arguably not been seen since the days of the Kennedys. The man radiates a presidential aura. The speech given by the relatively unknown Newsom at the 2016 Democratic Convention is comparable to the one given by then unknown Illinois State Senator Barack Obama at the 2004 Democratic Convention, which has been credited with leading to the election of Barack Obama in 2008. If he runs, Newsom will be my candidate. He ranks so low on this list solely due to his lack of national exposure and the fact that it is unclear if Newsom has any real interest in running in 2020. If he decides not to run this time, I would wager that his name will come up again in 2024 or 2028.

9. A Moderate Republican

republicanDonald Trump is not the most popular man, even within his own party. There is a huge possibility that he will face a conservative challenger, either in the form of a primary challenge or a third party bid. Attempting to defeat Trump by appealing to the right wing of the right wing party would be foolish, as that is the core of President Trump’s support. Therefore, a moderate Republican would be best equipped to challenge Trump from within the party. Of the potential candidates, my personal favorite is Ohio Governor John Kasich. A two-term governor, Kasich has reached his term limit and can’t seek reelection in 2018. The obvious next step is another shot at the presidency. Kasich was more successful than nearly any of his Republican peers when he ran in 2016. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is also a strong contender. Romney is rumored to be preparing to seek election to a Utah Senate seat. Many, including myself, believe this is in preparation for another Presidential run. Other potential Republican challengers include Arizona Senator Jeff Flake, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Each of these individuals have criticized Trump in the past and have the national name recognition required to stage a successful run.

8. Deval Patrick

DSC_0035.JPGAnother relative unknown, Deval Patrick is the former Governor of Massachusetts, being the only African-American to ever hold this office. Prior to his time as Governor, Patrick served as United States Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division during the Clinton Administration.  As Governor, Patrick oversaw healthcare reform in Massachusetts,  increased funding for education, pushed for gun control laws, created the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, and supported legislation which allowed casino gaming in his state. Despite his immense background in public service, most do not believe Patrick is interested in running for President. However, Patrick makes this list mainly because he is believed to have the support of one prominent Democrat: President Barack Obama. Reports have suggested that member’s of President Obama’s inner-circle and even the former president himself are urging Patrick to run in 2020. An endorsement from President Obama is enough to skyrocket anyone to the main stage of the Democratic race and no one, excluding one other person, has as good a chance to receive that as Deval Patrick.

7. Seth Moulton


Seth Moulton is the Congressman from the Massachusetts 6th District. Moulton is a decorated Marine Corps veteran and a graduate of Harvard University. He identifies himself as a progressive Democrat and has the issues record to prove it. Moulton admits to using and supports the legalization of marijuana, favors stronger gun control laws, and firmly defends both same-sex marriage and abortion rights. Moulton is also staunchly anti-Trump, comparing the President’s rise to power to that of Adolf Hitler. Immediately following Trump’s election, advisors to Moulton began urging him to challenge the new President-elect in 2020. Moulton is somewhat of a controversial figure in the Democratic Party, due to his support of removing current Democratic leadership, in favor of younger Democrats, such as himself. Moulton is the youngest person on this this, being 42 on Election Day in 2020. Moulton brings a young, progressive voice to the potential field in 2020, making him a very interesting candidate.

6. Cory Booker


Cory Booker is the junior Senator from New Jersey, being the first African-American Senator from the state. Prior to being elected to the United States Senate, Booker served as the Mayor of Newark. Booker has been identified as being fiscally-conservative and socially-progressive. This has led to him being heavily criticized by the left wing of the Democratic Party. However, Booker is still one of the party’s most prominent members. Booker supports single-payer healthcare, abortion rights, affirmative action, and opposes the War on Drugs. recently, Booker vigorously criticized the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Neilsen for claiming to not remember whether or not President Trump had made racist remarks about predominantly black countries. The video is absolutely worth watching if you haven’t seen it. Ever since Barack Obama’s election in 2008, Booker’s name has been mentioned as a future presidential candidate. While he ultimately decided against running in 2016, all signs point to Booker running in 2020.

5. Kamala Harris


Kamala Harris is the junior Senator from the state of California. Prior to her election to the United States Senate, Harris served as the Attorney General of California. Harris possessed a rating of 100% from NARAL, a pro-choice group, as well as an F rating from the NRA, due to her vigorous support of gun control legislation. Harris co-sponsored Bernie Sanders’ single-payer healthcare bill, known as the “Medicare for All” bill. Harris has a strong record of opposing the death penalty, dating back to her days as District Attorney of San Francisco. Harris also advocates for strong environmental laws and their vigorous enforcement. During her time as DA, Harris established the Environmental Justice Unit in San Francisco’s District Attorney’s Office and prosecuted several corporations and individuals for crimes against the environment. Her extremely strong credentials, as well as her hypothetical ability to win her immensely important home state of California make Kamala Harris a strong contender for the Presidency in 2020.

4. Kirsten Gillibrand

Kirsten Gillibrand

Kirsten Gillibrand is the junior Senator from New York. Gillibrand was appointed to the United States Senate by then Governor David Paterson, replacing former Senator Hillary Clinton, who had been nominated to become President Obama’s Secretary of State. Gillibrand won reelection to the Senate with 72.2% of the vote, which is the largest victory in a statewide election in New York history. Gillibrand has a phenomenal record on women’s issues. As a Senator, she proposed legislation that would remove sexual assault cases from the military chain of command. This was intended to prevent the covering up of sexual assaults in the military. Although the legislation did not ultimately pass, it did establish her as an advocate for women across the nation. Gillibrand was the first member of her caucus to call for the resignation of Democratic Senator Al Franken, following accusations of sexual assault. Additionally, Gillibrand made waves in the media when she said that former President Bill Clinton should have resigned following the accusations of sexual assault made against him. Gillibrand is also a supporter of abortion rights. Gillibrand was very pro-gun during her time in the US House of Representatives, although her position has since shifted slightly since her joining the Senate. Gillibrand has become increasingly critical of the Trump Administration, leading to her rise to prominence on the national stage. The general belief is that Gillibrand is preparing to challenge Trump in 2020, and that she will be one of the frontrunners in the Democratic primary.

3. Bernie Sanders


Bernie Sanders is the Independent Senator from Vermont. In 2016, Bernie Sanders changed Democratic politics. The Bernie Movement energized the liberal wing of the Democratic Party in ways that had never been seen before. Millennials overwhelmingly supported the Democratic Socialist over the other candidates in 2016. The left wing of the Democratic Party seemingly became the majority. Sanders’ support for free college education, single-payer healthcare, legalization of marijuana, and many other hot button liberal issues led to his rapid rise in popularity. No candidate on this list is as progressive as Sanders. He boasts a nearly 75% approval rating, making him the most popular politician in America. Even former Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner went as far as to call Sanders “the most honest guy who ran for president” in an interview with POLITICO.  Sanders appears to be gearing up for another run at the presidency. He has been strengthening his foreign policy credentials, which was seen as his greatest weakness in 2016. Additionally, Sanders has continued to tour the country, drawing immense crowds to hear him speak. Age, however, is not Bernie’s friend. Sanders will be 78 in 2020. If he were 10 years younger, Sanders would without question be atop the list of potential candidates and would almost certainly be a lock to win the nomination, given his popularity. Despite the age issue, Sanders is still viewed as the most likely nominee for 2020, and is still near the top of this list.

2. Joe Biden


Joe Biden is the former Vice President and US Senator from Delaware. Biden served as Vice President to the immensely popular Democratic President Barack Obama. Biden was viewed as a favorite to win the Democratic nomination in 2016, although he decided not to run following the death of his son, Beau Biden. Since then, Biden has expressed nothing but regret about not running. He has been a vocal critic of Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 campaign. Many, including political pundits, Republican Senator Ben Sasse, and Biden himself believe that he would have destroyed Donald Trump if he had decided to run in 2016. This belief has a lot of merit. Biden appeals to blue-collar white voters in the ways that both Clinton and Sanders didn’t. Biden would have almost certainly maintained and expanded upon the policies of the Obama Administration. If Biden had simply maintained the base of support that Obama had in 2008 and 2012, he would have easily defeated Trump. Reports from the Trump Administration suggest that Biden is the candidate of whom Trump is the most afraid. The biggest issue with Biden now is his age. Similar to Sanders, Biden will be 77 in 2020. However, Biden has refused to rule out a run, and has even hinted at its possibility. He would be a frontrunner for the nomination in 2020 if he chose to seek it.

1. Elizabeth Warren


Elizabeth Warren is the senior Senator from Massachusetts. Prior to being recruited to run for the United States Senate, Warren taught law at Harvard University. Warren was heavily speculated to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016, although that role ultimately went to Tim Kaine. Warren is a champion of progressive policies. Her views are most comparable to those of Bernie Sanders. She supports single-payer healthcare, abortion rights, gun control, and other liberal positions. Warren sits on several congressional committees. She is arguably the most prominent member of the Democratic Party. She has been a vocal critic of the Trump Administration from its beginning. President Trump began firing back at Warren, referring to her as “Pocahontas.” This being a racial slur aimed at her Native American ancestry. As a target of Trump’s immaturity and bigotry, Warren is the perfect candidate to run against him in 2020. The big question is whether or not Warren will run. While she is arguably the current leader in the race, many believe that she will not run if Bernie Sanders does. This makes sense considering their positions on the issues align so well. They would only split the progressive wing of the party if they were both to run. However, in the event she does run, Elizabeth Warren is the strongest candidate to end the Trump presidency in 2020.

Personally, I believe that each of these candidates would make fine Presidents. As I stated above, Gavin Newsom is my favorite. I firmly believe he is the future of the Democratic Party. However, I believe that the strongest ticket in 2020 would consist of one of my top three picks with Newsom as their running mate. This would allow a high profile Democrat to win the Presidency in 2020, and would set Newsom up as the party’s presumptive nominee in 2024 or 2028.

While this article is not the kind of article I would traditionally write, I belive that it is important to inform as many people as possible about the potential leaders of our country and to help them make an informed decision when voting. I hope to write more about these potential candidates as 2020 draws closer. If I help even just one person make a more informed choice in voting, I have done exactly what I set out to do.

Twitter: @BigRedAFerg