I’m hearing this statement thrown around from the press to interacting with others in person. Families, long time friends and even business deals have broken in most recent times in America. But is this the most divided time America has ever experienced? In the 1770s we weren’t all united- some wanted to break away from… Continue reading Is America more divided today than ever?
For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill. – Sun Tzu There are three major historical events that I will use to further explain this strategy. The common truth of this master plan: disarming your enemy… Continue reading Using your enemy’s weapon against them
The long American tradition of the Salem witch trials has resurface. These witch hunts come in many forms: Being blacklisted from society or even in your family simply for your (non-violent) views. Media censorship. Banned from social media. Persecuted for religious or scientific factors in favor for social justice. We can call this “positive discrimination.”… Continue reading The City on the Hill: Speech and Religion
Hollywood in it’s early stages has always been disconnected with the American people. They are now returning to their original state of being, but it has worsen. You might ask: if they started as an industry who wasn’t patriotic, then why did it seem at one point in their existence, they were indeed… Continue reading Hollywood and NFL doesn’t care if you watch… here’s why
Recently I written an essay for a Christian University given the topic: What fictional or historical character do you identify yourself with? I chose an interesting (forgotten) character of our country’s history, because that is who I am. Interestingly forgotten. What seems to be dying out in our country are heroes. Americans once… Continue reading Where is the American hero?
Like a thief in the night, Confederate statues were removed at Austin, Texas and throughout the nation. The quarrelsome that quickly unfolded afterwards is expected. It’s at the point where these “cause and reaction” events are getting predictable, at the cost of our country’s history. When there was a mass shooting at Charleston Church South… Continue reading Smashing Confederate statues benefits who?
Being from a city that prides itself in diversity, I have the pleasure in meeting many people from all over the world. Coming from different cultures, countries and walks of life. No matter how different these foreigners are, they all seem to agree: Americans are special. Unique. And not only does America offer a different… Continue reading Ten Things Only Americans Do
He asked me what position I like….I told him CEO -A quote from the Unmarried Ms.Independent Cat Lady We all know at least one woman who has an awesome career- and from the outside, appears well put together and content. She has excellent work ethics. She is independent and financially free. After leaving… Continue reading Why does a successful woman struggle to find (& keep) a husband?
“This desire to get something for nothing has been very costly to many people who have dealt with me and with other con men….When people learn-as I doubt they will- that they can’t get something for nothing, crime will diminish and we shall all live in greater harmony.” — Joseph Weil, a.k.a The Yellow Kid… Continue reading The (limited) power of small government
If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed. Growing up, if there were anything that was taught to me. The one thing that is clear. That all the people in my upbringing, despite how different they might have been…they were united on this one principle.… Continue reading The 3 lies constantly told about the Republican Party