When I was younger, I liked to think of myself as a patriotic individual. And it's possible that, as a child, I didn't fully understand what it meant to be a patriot. As a child, my room was decorated in red, white, and blue. I loved to read about American history. I loved the United … Continue reading There Was a Time…
That post title is probably hyperbole. I hope it is, anyway. But this is where the super polarization that we're experiencing between political ideologies is completely to our detriment as a society. On the one hand, you have conservative leaders underplaying the coronavirus pandemic, warning that the media is feeding into an unnecessary panic. On … Continue reading Nobody in Authority Is Actually Helping
In the United States, today is Election Day. And, if you live in the United States, you've probably been hearing from all sorts of people, from politicians to celebrities to news personalities, that you should go out and vote. Well, I'm not gonna be any different. No, I take that back. The difference here is, … Continue reading Go Vote!
While in the government, you discover the President is committing extortion and other serious crimes. By exposing the situation you might bring about the President's downfall, but your career would be destroyed because you would be framed, fired, and publicly humiliated on other matters. Knowing you would be vindicated five years later, would you blow … Continue reading Question of the Week #93
...Than having to pay for someone else's mistake. Yesterday, I got a notice in the mail informing me of a lack of payment on my personal property tax. This confused me because I put a check in the mail the week before it was due. The check hadn't cleared yet, but I figured that's just … Continue reading Nothing I Love More…
Welcome to a series of stories that basically make up my autobiography. It’s not entirely thorough, but I’ll do the best I can with the memories locked away inside my head. Could be therapeutic for me. Could be humorous for you. Either way, enjoy… Previously on Life Story... I was a junior in high school … Continue reading Life Story: Chapter Fifty Three
Generally speaking, I don't pay much attention to politics. I know I should pay closer attention to things because I'm a big fan of the right to vote. When Election Day comes, it would be nice to make an informed decision regarding the candidates and the offices for which they're running. But I quickly tire … Continue reading Student Government