It’s been a week and some change since Colin Kaepernick first took his public and peaceful stance against police brutality by not standing for the National Anthem. In the week since much has been written about Kaepernick and the statement he made, even on this website. The Kaepernick situation has taken another wacky turn. This […]
On Saturday, a militia overtook a federal building on Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, in hopes that the government give the land “back to the people”. On the surface this is hilarious, just think about it.
I don’t know why, but I woke up this morning and was very annoyed with Donald Trump. Well, not actually Donald Trump more so the idea of what Trump is. Just know a part of me can’t even be mad at Trump because this is America and a large segment of the pop truly […]
I just came across the most ridiculous article I’ve read in a long time. It was a piece in TIME Magazine called Princeton Student: We Have a Right to Be Offensive, and although the article is downright stupid to me, it was necessary. It’s important to note that people can say stupid things regardless of […]
The War on Drugs in the United States is a sham to put it nicely, an affront to people who truly struggle with drug abuse and a way to control the social upward mobility of primarily, young minority male suspects. In July 2014 I wrote a short two-part series on the War on Drugs and […]
Six years ago Today, we lost maybe the most important figure in American music history. Michael Jackson who’s undisputed title as the King of Pop, was soon to go on tour when the world got the devastating news of his passing. So, in his honor today if no other, play that Mike Jack one time. Rest In […]
Today marks the day 238 years ago, when the United States decided that they would be a free nation, where people would come to have a better life than they once had under the British monarch. More than two centuries later, the question for some remains, who is the country free for?
A military coupe which removed Egypt’s first democratically elected President Mohammed Mursi from office has caused the country to go into a state of chaos and turmoil. This turmoil has seen the death toll in Egypt rise to 628 and counting over the past three days, as there seems to be no end in sight […]
The rich keep getting richer. In 2012, the median pay for a CEO of a large public company was $9.7 million, a 6.5% increase from the year before. The increase in pay only begins to tell the story. After government bailouts, and public dissatisfaction over high payouts to CEO’s during the Great Recession, a […]