So, there I was on Facebook doing absolutely nothing in particular when I saw a post from a friend of mine. His name is Travis Rogers and, knowing him outside of the Internet I know him to be a magnificent human being. He’s kind and works hard to help the community around him—especially those in the … Continue reading No Excuse for Bigotry.
Just about everyone on Facebook and other social media platforms have by now seen a surge of equal signs, many painted in red, others with various color patterns, popping up as people’s profile pictures. Of course this to signify their support of marriage equality, the timing being attributed due to Prop 8 currently being debated … Continue reading Social Media: Can A Status Update Or A Profile Picture Change The World?
I often reference the influence of corporations in the US Government and how this has lead our representatives to not serve us, but instead their campaign donors. An example to back this is up is during the 2012 elections, 95% of all state representatives who won had the most financial backing. It’s clear, by simple … Continue reading A Constitutional Convention: An Answer To Ending Citizens United
To a degree I’m a pragmatist, and when grappling with the second amendment I do my best to see the issue on a large scale. There’s over three hundred million fire arms in circulation, roughly the US population, and some odd three and a half million termed ‘assault weapons’. If there were a ban on … Continue reading The Second Amendment: A Distraction, And An Illusory Last Resort
Are conspiracies real? Well, yes. Of course, have you never conspired, or born witness to a conspiracy? I see a lot of memes and hear a lot of talk, on social, conventional and independent media sources, so I decided to write about it. But not to tackle any one conspiracy, for there’s literally countless conspiracies … Continue reading Conspiracy Theorists: Paranoid Delusional, Or Logical and Reasonable?