Tag: Politics

Political conversations are important. Deal with it.

Political conversations are important. Deal with it.

Please don't ask me to hold my tongue. In the last 2 days I have seen so many people in so many forums making statements that basically amount to "Trump won, politics is hard, the things they are talking about are boring, I'm just going to pray and hope God handles it, and who really … Continue reading Political conversations are important. Deal with it.

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Meet the Death Eaters

Meet the Death Eaters

Over the next few weeks, the Senate will be holding confirmation hearings for He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named's cabinet nominees. So far the hearings for Jeff Sessions (Attorney General Nominee) and Rex Tillerson (Sec. of State Nominee) have been riddled with snappy arguments and frustrating untruths, while the confirmation hearing for Gen. James Mattis (Sec. of Defense Nominee) has … Continue reading Meet the Death Eaters

If We Call It TrumpCare, Will You Shut The F**k Up?

If We Call It TrumpCare, Will You Shut The F**k Up?

Aloha my beautiful reader humans! It's been a while I know, but I took a bit of a break for the holidays! Personally, it was a time for me to deep dive in to some of the things that are going to be on the table in Congress over the next few months, and throughout … Continue reading If We Call It TrumpCare, Will You Shut The F**k Up?

Anything Boys Can Do, I Can Do While Cursing ;)

One of my favorite quotes of all time comes from a speech given by a Nigerian Scholar and Author by the name of Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche. She said: “We teach girls to shrink themselves, to make themselves smaller. We say to girls, you can have ambition, but not too much. You should aim to be … Continue reading Anything Boys Can Do, I Can Do While Cursing ðŸ˜‰

Straight, White, and Male: The White Privilege Analogy

Straight, White, and Male: The White Privilege Analogy

Recently, I had a conversation with a friend of mine - for the purposes of this article, let's call him Ken. Ken mentioned to me that, while he sympathizes with those scared minorities and angry liberals who point their fingers hoping to find someone to blame for the current state of our national discourse, he … Continue reading Straight, White, and Male: The White Privilege Analogy