For what feels like the better part of an aeon, a near equally-endless array of the vile punditry and our hapless American citizenry have watched a 2016 POTUS election cycle that would have Saint “Mom” Theresa swearing in rage. Were it a human pregnancy, Senator Rubio would be tempted to terminate it himself at the hands of a coat hanger from the dregs of the Flint River.
Under normal circumstances, the age an American citizen is given the right to vote is eighteen years old. However, there is a minority that feel the legal voting age should be lowered to thirteen years old. To this, I disagree. The voting age should remain the same.
I say this for a few reasons. First off, when people say
Let us discuss now the second of the 27 (combined) amendments, rights and entitlements recognized by The United States Federal Government. This is one of the most controversial amendments that we have, colloquially known as “gun control.” As I have in articles past, here is the exact verbiage of the amendment under scrutiny: “A well-regulated