Founding Fathers and Independence Day — Disrupting America

See You After the Election! May the Odds Be Ever in OUR Favor

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We’ve made a decision. Not a popular one among ourselves, but the best one for what we want to accomplish. After extended deliberation, we decided to refrain from commenting about politics, including publishing any posts, until after this current election cycle has concluded. ? The emotional nature of this year’s election can’t be overstated. It’s going to be intense guys. …

Our Plan of Action and the Intended Results We Want to Bring About

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  We have chosen to focus on two primaries mediums for delivering a spark to our conversations and explaining complex issues. Written Content This will be content such as articles explaining a policy or issue in a purely informational matter, as well as articles that will discuss a more in-depth and factually based viewpoint of these subjects. Most articles will …

Who We Are and the Values that Shape — Disrupting America

Who We Are and the Values that Shape Us

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Our goal is to create a non-partisan website that focuses on bringing issues real Americans face to the table and to create a platform for healthy, honest discussion to start. We want to cover each aspect of complex issues that don’t always have a clear answer. We want to be a trusted source. That’s why we fact check everything and …

Our Mission and Purpose Is More Than Disrupting American and Making You Unsettled — Disrupting America

Our Mission and Purpose Is More Than Disrupting America and Making You Unsettled

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Let’s get straight to the point. Our mission isn’t to favor any party. It’s to inform and help shift the political environment towards productive discussion and collaboration. We spent a large portion this 2016 election cycle with the same feelings you have. Anger, anxiousness, confusion, distrust of people who didn’t understand what seemed oh so obvious to us, etc. We …