The 12 differences of the North and South: You thought it, I said it.

Born and raised in New York City, I am well aware of the lifestyle there. Fast. Expensive. Busy. Flashing lights.¬† A large melting pot with immigrants from all over the world squeezed into a tiny 2 mile wide island called Manhattan. The city has changed rapidly (as it always did historically) since my childhood. I… Continue reading The 12 differences of the North and South: You thought it, I said it.

Smashing Confederate statues benefits who?

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?

Ten Things Only Americans Do

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

The 3 lies constantly told about the Republican Party

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