George Floyd And The Race Riots

The George Floyd protests and riots which we have viewed over the past week are comprised of mostly young people, thugs, looters, anarchists, and ideologues. You might ask what notion they collectively agree about in which generates their union with one another? The answer, racism. The political organization “Black Lives Matter” is based on the … Continue reading George Floyd And The Race Riots

Generation Z, Tech, And Future America

If you don’t think your very aquatinted with the attributes that characterize Generation Z, otherwise known as the “digital generation”, allow me to briefly refresh your memory. Gen Z’ers are very fond of instant gratification, things that seem to require unreasonable amounts of time to materialize (at least in our estimations) are generally not so … Continue reading Generation Z, Tech, And Future America

Destroying Coronavirus Or Bust Is Not A Plan For Recovery

Lately, I have strangely found myself scoffing at certain news headlines, particularly ones that include the words “Experts Say.” It is as if I have developed this peculiar disdain for the very people whose opinions recent mainstream narratives are suggesting we should regard as sensible and perceptive. In addition, it seems that in recent months … Continue reading Destroying Coronavirus Or Bust Is Not A Plan For Recovery

Coronavirus Snippets

In last week’s column, I discussed the existence of Coronavirus politics within America, how both sides had unsurprisingly divided themselves on the issue, and what that divide meant for the future of the country. Today, I just decided to write some snippets about this global catastrophe. Enjoy, The Initiator, And President Trump’s Response Whether or … Continue reading Coronavirus Snippets

Coronavirus Politics, An Unfortunate Reality

It occurred to me in early March, that the Coronavirus was more than just the seasonal flu. It wasn’t as if the virus had a unique way of dispersing its victims corpses across a reasonable extent of time, equivalent, to say, a year. If this was so, it would have been more understandable to classify … Continue reading Coronavirus Politics, An Unfortunate Reality

The Future Of The Biden Campaign Amongst The Divided Democrat Party

If you would have asked me not more than two months ago which candidate I thought would be victorious in obtaining the Democratic nomination, I would have explained to you with utmost certainty, that Bernie Sanders would soon be the face of the party. Then Super Tuesday rolled around, and it was once again revealed … Continue reading The Future Of The Biden Campaign Amongst The Divided Democrat Party

A Historical Decision That Needs To Be Made

It's without a doubt true that a lot has happened over the past couple of days. It's difficult to say what aside from the reality of the death, suffering, and tragedy inflicted by this unseen contagion (most of it occurring in New York), but I perceive that some Americans are coming to their senses. Those … Continue reading A Historical Decision That Needs To Be Made

Guilty China And Lots of Liars

In a country with 1.3 billion inhabitants, extremely confined vertical housing, and lots of densely populated spaces, China looks like it handled its own infectious virus quite well, doesn't It? They undoubtedly were able to "flatten the curve" as the timely slogan goes (this means not allowing the ongoing disease to exceed a given countries … Continue reading Guilty China And Lots of Liars

Coming Out Looking Good

Without endeavoring to think it over once more, coronavirus has become an absolute catastrophe for America, and it has a pretty decent shot of becoming much more than that if our government decides to make any further disadvantageous, irreversible decisions. But unfortunately, that’s what governments tend to do. No, I don’t perceive for a moment … Continue reading Coming Out Looking Good

Recalling Communal Sanity Instead of Collective Distress

I spent a good portion of my morning fighting the swarms of “scavenger shoppers” at the local Costco. I ended up obtaining what I needed (the most desirable item on the market presently - toilet paper), but the atmosphere was one of dismay and discontent. It’s evident that people don’t find great joy in being … Continue reading Recalling Communal Sanity Instead of Collective Distress