Even the wealthy are not free of having their experiences with police brutality sucked down the memory hole.
There was something to be said for voting for Hillary Clinton in 2016. She had a scandal-blemished career, and is married to an ex-president with a scandal-blemished career, and her centrist platform embodied the worst traits and values of the party she represented; however, Hillary Clinton is a savvy politician, a cool operator who would … Read moreThe Biden Questions
First thing’s first: I support Bernie Sanders, and will be voting for him on April 28 in the Democratic Primary in New York. Sanders is my preferred candidate because he is the most radical, far-left candidate in the race and is calling for a major overhaul of America’s current governmental system and political culture. It … Read morePlaying the Game
My first thought upon hearing that Kobe Bryant had died in a helicopter crash at 41 years old on Sunday was, “Good Riddance. He was a bad person.” I did not consider his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, I did not consider the other passengers on-board, or the pilot, for that matter. I callously and flippantly thought, … Read moreHow Should Kobe Be Remembered?
The end times are nigh. World War III seems imminent because of the poor, egomaniacal foreign policy of the mad buffoon who currently occupies the Oval Office. Systemic racism and police brutality are rampant. Misogynists continue to hold the power in a war that seeks to suppress women in the workplace, the doctor’s office, and … Read moreOn Coping with Dread
Welcome back to March Madness, the cottage industry that erects itself at the beginning of every spring around the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. This single-elimination style tournament of 68 collegiate basketball programs from around the country competing for college basketball’s highest honor is the most riveting event the NCAA holds. It is also … Read moreRoot for the Little Guy in March Madness