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Rachel Blevins aspires to break the false left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives.

From a pattern of endless war to troubling allies, Rachel is passionate about speaking out against the United States’ hypocritical foreign policy

Rachel believes in defending the Second Amendment, and emphasizing the importance of gun rights…

Rachel is also passionate about speaking out against social issues in areas where media hypocrisy and a mob mentality have clouded public judgment…

Then there is the miserable failure of an excuse for a “War on Drugs” that has had the opposite effect…

When it comes to government corruption, Rachel believes in calling out the current administration for its policies, no matter which political party is in office…

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  1. Rachel
    Ben Swann.com writes of you: “She aspires to break the left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning authority as she establishes her journalism career.” In which case, you might find my website of interest. It’s probably a bit too heavy for most 19-year-olds. But you appear to be exceptionally intelligent and open-minded. So, perhaps . . .

  2. as I sit hear reading your blogs I realize how lucky I am to be able to work with you and get to know you! You are a wonderful person! I hope you never forget this summer job working with us! HA! What am I saying I know you will never forget us! hopefully we don’t damage you to much! LOL Keep up your writing and always follow your dreams. Always speak your mind and let people know how you feel not only in your writings but in person. Bom Diggety! True dat! LOL

    1. I forgot the most important part…..God has a plan for you and I believe it is something big! Trust in him and you will do great things

  3. You are doing great work, Rachel. You will go far! I am picking up my photojournalism again late in life. I was a Radio-TV-Film graduate from UT Austin class of 78. It is inspiring, even at my age, to see young enthusiasm such as yours at its best. Keep it up!


  4. Good day Ms. Blevins. As I write this, I’m undecided about your awareness, perception and objectivity as a reporter. SInce most media, are sensationalizing and OVER-dramatizing everything, to sell their products, I feel that hardcore-investigative journalism is dying if not dead. The way the media sets out “Teasers” and the bull shit to hook their listeners, is frustrating to say the least. Now I have to acknowledge that are society (US) has become EXTREMELY short minded and a very intolerable attention span. We have become self-righteous, arrogant, and where “my opinion needs a LAW to force you to agree”. Now I read your “Whistle-blower” article and wanted to comment and question about your view on what, if anything, you might see when comparing Germany’s past , with America’s present. (Look more towards the political-economical similarities) http://youtu.be/oqRyUQzokYs
    So when it comes to freedom, truth, factual information and all penalties for doing the morally correct thing, I think you’ll find that force and penalty is in use more than you know to keep powerful people IN power and to instigate, perpetuate and maintain fear of reprisal in the people for control. Your reply would be appreciated.

  5. When I listen to you speak I think why can’t someone like this be our first president lol I was just curiuos on your opinions on Ben Carson or Mike Pence these seem to be the only politicians of recent that I even lended an ear too

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