Special snowflakes: An unfair descriptor

Seldom do I shy away from debate — because as my grandmother avidly preaches, “All you’ve got are your convictions.” So, I like to think that’s the notion that prompts my back-and-forth debauchery, or maybe I just revel in the discourse of it all. Either way, it seems my more progressive arguments are too casually … Continue reading Special snowflakes: An unfair descriptor

America’s mass shooting epidemic and what to do about it

262 school shootings since Columbine. 294 mass shootings this year so far. 380 deaths and 1,000 injuries attributed to those mass shootings. Nearly 10,000 killed and 20,000 wounded in close to 40,000 overall gun violence incidents this year. And by the time you read this, those numbers will only have gone up. Once more, in … Continue reading America’s mass shooting epidemic and what to do about it

Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential Campaign

All of the rumors and speculation have ended – Hillary Clinton announced her bid for the 2016 presidential race, making her the first democratic woman to run for president. Clinton professed herself as a "Wife, mom, lawyer, women and kids advocate, FLOAR, FLOTUS, US Senator, Sec State, author, dog owner, hair icon, pantsuit aficionado, glass … Continue reading Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential Campaign