John R. Hall
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The passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg holds the potential for the United States to start anew . . . or to be the place in space and time at which America passes the point of no return.

Lady Liberty will unequivocally be doomed for two generations—minimum—if the Republicans ram through a nominee to replace Ruth (aka the Notorious RBG) before or after the presidential election. If the vacancy on the Supreme Court is filled with another religious wacko—or another belligerent, beer-guzzling Trump minion and one of his fellow “grab ’em by the pussy” rapists—America’s youth and her children are fucked. The hypocrisy (remember McConnell saying that no president should seat a Supreme Court vacancy within a year of an election) will be the proverbial straw that breaks America’s back on the world stage and returns her to the Stone Age.

Just like every nation that is ruled under the pretense of religion, morality, and divine manifestation, America will sink into the abyss of an autocratic society. There is fundamentally no difference between Moses and Muhammad. Islam’s Sharia law and Christianity’s Mosaic law are bedfellows—they are one and the same. America seems hell-bent on turning back the hands of time to when scientists were persecuted, to a time when individuality—the right of each human to live and believe freely—was nonexistent, and to a time when nonconformists were banished, at best, or at worst jailed and killed. The most despicable qualities of humanity are on the horizon, and they have an uncontrollable hard-on and have drawn a bead on Reagan’s shining city on a hill. Disenfranchisement will reign supreme if the scurvy shyster bastards successfully take the high ground by seizing the city, securing its perimeter, and ruling over what was once, albeit too briefly, the world’s highest moral authority: the United States Supreme Court.

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John is an author, a blogger, and provocateur who founded in 2016. Between 2019 and 2020 he wrote and published Red, White, and the Blues: A Long and Hard Ride over Treacherous Terrain. John's forthcoming book, Hunting for Thompson: Daggers from a Desperate Patriot, is slated for an October 2021 release.

John is a James Copley Scholarship for Journalism recipient. He studied journalism, psychology, communications and the dramatic arts at City College, San Diego, California.

John has largely traveled through life as a single and childless rolling stone, collecting little moss. He has been employed in numerous industries: first as a KFC dishwasher, then a Red Lion busboy, followed by soda jerking for Dairy Queen. All of that occurred before Uncle Sam whispered in his ear and he donned the olive drab green as a soldier in the U.S. Army. After that non-Yankee Doodle Dandy duty was over, he attempted a career in entertainment, performing comedy and magic. When those opportunities disappeared, John reappeared in the transportation industry as a taxi and truck driver. He's been a barkeep, a hotel manager, a street performer, a professional student, a business manager, a dispatcher, an oil field professional, an IT/IS professional, and a self-imposed gig economy prisoner (aka worker); he's even been a procurer of substances.

John developed and maintains Hunting For, Red White and the, and John R. All of this basically makes him an omnipotent . . . (in his own mind, which, as he says: "Is all that counts").