This post is an ending as well as a beginning, and it took me longer than I would like to admit to find the proper wording and explanations for the arguments I make. It marks the conclusion of the 4th New Federalist series concerning identity politics, but will combine themes from past discussions in order … Continue reading America’s Futile System Fuels Festering Fascism and Violent Politics
We are so blinded within our own bubbles, only concerned with personal gain or status, that the well being of our children and other's means less than to us than being personally shielded from their actions. I had taken a couple weeks off from posting because I needed to breathe for a bit, step back … Continue reading How Many More of Our Children Will Suffer?
Today I would like to share a special essay with you all, one that I personally had the most fun yet disgust researching; the ballad of the Federal Reserve. I recently finished this lovely piece with Bezos implementing his boring dystopia, so I figured it would be the perfect companion for our discussion about robber … Continue reading The Biggest Grift in Human History
Now that we've reached the end of series II and III I would like to take a moment and look back on the discussions we've had about police and incarceration while offering an idealist vision for how these institutions can be changed for the better. As part of this I will present some ideas that … Continue reading An Idealist Essay on Restorative Justice
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Credit: Burst on Pexels.com. Americans are feeling increasingly isolated from others and living within their own echo chambers of ignorance, whether it be intentional or not. "The reason they call it the American dream is because you have to be asleep to see it."- George Carlin Right now you may be feeling outraged, frustrated, saddened, … Continue reading Are you Overwhelmed by the World? I am Too. Challenging the Way we View Growth may Help