politics

I’m Now with Her: Thank You Bernie for Moving Hillary to the Left

Thank you Senator Sanders for running for the behalf of the common man and woman. For daring to advocate Social-Democratic ideals and stronger safety nets in our rugged individualistic society. Many skeptics wrote him off as a fringe candidate that was going to fade away quickly. Or said he was a grumpy, impractical, overly idealistic […]

Why I supported Sanders’ Social-Democratic Ideals

Look, I am an unabashed Millennial. I was born in 89. I loved my PS1 videogames and wrestling games like any young boy did back in the 90’s. I was lucky to have grown up during the roaring 90’s during booming economy and culture of the 90’s.  I loved the children’s cartoons of the time […]

The Importance of Community

This article by the New York Post has been making rounds on the internet lately. I just thought I would weigh in on this topic and give my thoughts on it. Family Support Systems Are Important Full disclosure: I came from an African immigrant background. My parents immigrated here, but I was born in the […]

Manufactured Outrage

Lone Homeland Security employee getting paid on government teat has a few screws loose? “NOT ON MY TAX PAYER DOLLARS, IT’S THOSE DAMN LIBERALS THAT are tanking the country!1one!” The Obama family has a second dog, and most presidents only have one pet? “That glutton is wasting dough on my dime!!” Sandra Fluke has strong […]

Americans Won’t Revolt Anytime Soon

In the above video, a 12-year-old kid explains the Egyptian Revolution in just under 3 minutes. Egyptians are rejecting their fascist government, which is infringing upon their Secular-Muslim way of life. They have been actually taking to the streets and making their discontent known. Unfortunately, I don’t see Americans in the United States getting angry […]