“Those who stand for nothing fall for anything.” – Alexander Hamilton We have been at it for over a year now. Debates, primaries, caucuses, insults and policy. If you follow the election or care about the nation’s future, you probably have some sort of opinion about the candidates. But now the field is narrowed down […]Read more "Whats next? The Future of the 2016 Presidential Election"
We have all seen public bathrooms. There are, typically, two doors: one showing an outline of a man, the other of a woman. Common sense tells us that based off of your anatomy you either go to the door to the left or the right. But, in an absurd fashion, there is a movement […]Read more "The Bathroom Attack"
We are currently faced with a pandemic. What I mean by “the age of insecurity” is not a midlife crisis or teenagers. It is the fact that many if not most Americans feel unsafe, threatened, or in danger in one way or the other. Whether it is from insecure borders, terrorists, the idea of being […]Read more "The Age of Insecurity"
The previous article from April 5, “The Lie of entitlement”, was published this past Thursday in the McCormick Messenger, the local newspaper of McCormick, South Carolina. The original post can be found hereRead more "Article Published in Newspaper"
A growing feeling in the United States today is that of entitlement. Many people, and some not just liberal minded, say phrases like “This offends me” or “You can’t say that, its not politically correct”. I would like to be to be the first person to trod on your toes of entitlement by saying that […]Read more "The Lie of Entitlement"