Ten days into the new year, and what a start. Geopolitical conflict, drama in the Royal Family, incriminating emails released from Boeing, additional fallout from the Epstein scandal, a deeply troubling plane crash that should have been avoided, and calamity over fires in Australia.
Three nations. Half of the world’s emissions. A third of the world’s population. The USA, India, and China. Get all three to work together, and it’s the only way the world can cleanup its act.
One year later, and the story has come back to the forefront. However, this time America has learned of a very different story.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from 9-11
Another day, another mass shooting. They're routine. They result in nearly the same feedback loop each time. Search for a motive. Find someone or something to blame. We search for the lowest common denominator when it comes to this, too. So, a person who kills strangers carried out his action for one or two particular … Continue reading Blame
You led yourself to believe something that's false. You live a busy life, so you typically only read titles, summaries, listen to quick sound bytes, and watch videos below 60-second in length. This has been the way you consume news for most anything relevant, regardless of the subject. It's been the way you have digested … Continue reading Focus
Seven days ago our fearless leader tweeted a series of four tweets that set the media into a tizzy. The tweets got Trump exactly what he wanted. Is saying 'go back to your country...' rooted in bigotry, or even racism? Of course. Does Trump hate these four women because they are women of color? Not … Continue reading The R Word
Tax the rich. Change capitalism. Democrat Presidential hopefuls have put forward plans to fix America's wealth-inequality problem. The problem is relevant, and requires attention. How can we fix it?
What can improve America? What are the topics politicians should discuss, and what solutions are creative, as well as achievable? Take a look at these nine ideas and see for yourself.
Robert Mueller delivered their precious report and it was a bag full of coal that they wish they had never asked for. Karma is a real bitch, and if you ever need proof it exists, then go no further.
Focus on what you can control, and devote energy towards those causes. You are likely doing this wrong. Treat yourself to a creative fix.
Let your mind wander beyond the polarized box the media and politicians tell you about and imagine this.
Can you even imagine how crazy things would be if Trump is tasked with replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat on the Supreme Court? Let us imagine the circus with this piece.
The Amazon and NYC marriage, and subsequent divorce, is mischaracterized to say the least. Let me break it down from someone who lives next door to the now failed project.
Luke Thompson put together an insightful piece following the money and connecting the dots with regard to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. It shines a light on the corrupt Swamp that is D.C., and exposes our junior congresswoman as a fraud.
Self-proclaimed Independent Centrist Howard Schultz will run for President in 2020. He is the man America deserves. The time is right. Discover who he is, what he stands for, and decide if you support his message.
The story that demands our attention from the Covington fallout is actually rooted far below the surface. Abortion and the Right For Life was at the center of the controversy. The assault waged on Christian schools soon after cannot be tolerated, as well. Let’s examine what really happened.
The past 35 days of a government shutdown was a preview of the next 600 days. Let’s break down what just happened, discuss where we’re heading (hint - nowhere), and help find ways to improve ourselves throughout this stalemate.
Now what? The votes aren't even done being counted from last night's Midterm, and we already have a tremendously huge controversy. Sessions is out, Whitaker is in, and what about Mueller. Trump did it again.
America is getting involved. This is good. Americans should involve themselves with politics. This is their right, not duty, but their right. Now, American's need to get smart.