Notice : The following piece is purely opinion and was written with the intention to articulate my thoughts on the Trump presidency. The 2020 presidential election undoubtedly generated an incredible amount of enthusiasm among Americans. Although some would contend that it is not yet over, the outcome, at present seems quite clear ; Joe Biden […]
Underlying the argument for lowering the voting age to 16 is the preposterous notion that a person’s accumulated maturity, demographic, and existing political knowledge play almost no part in determining their suitability to vote. Along the lines of classical western thought, voting was frequently considered an obtained privilege bestowed strictly to the responsible and contributing […]
How we choose to answer certain fundamental questions about our existence plays an indescribably influential role in our prospective thinking. Fundamental questions pre-exist the construction of our belief system. Whether or not our belief system is assembled upon reliable answers to these questions is what concerns us the most. But it should be noted, that […]
This is an unfinished assesment of the concept of ideology, do not hesitate to provide your thoughts on what has been written so far, It seems Ideologies can be reasonably considered as belief systems assembled on incomplete interpretations of reality. For example, the way in which we conceptualize the natural state of man can make […]
At The University of Rhode Island (another irritative ideology manufacturing plant masquerading as an institute for higher learning), two 1953 folk-art murals, one depicting World War II veterans, are expected to be removed after their mere presence in the school was deemed atmospherically “insensitive” by indoctrinated students. Kathy Collins, the Vice President of Student Affairs […]
Over the last week, downtown Chicago has been struggling against the inexcusable criminal behavior of opportunistic thieves . Reported by the Chicago Tribune last Monday, hundreds looted various stores on the Magnificent Mile (a popular tourist attraction in downtown), prompting local leaders and the Chicago Police Department (CPD) to re-evaluate their handling of such incidents. […]
Throughout this crisis one thing continues to remain almost universally true ; we’ve all seen better days. Aside from the media induced “collective-coronavirus-hysteria” (the emotional effects of which many have unfortunately succumb to), it’s critical that we do not neglect to recall the invaluable freedoms we once possessed prior to there unexpected confiscation by our […]
California governor ignores those who suffer from restrictions, not coronavirus.