Opinion

Thinking Outside of the Two-Party Box: “Throw Your Vote Away” for Representation

Thinking Outside of the Two-Party Box: “Throw Your Vote Away” for Representation

The only thing to fear is fear itself. To hold back in your goals for fear of rejection, or fear that you are not strong enough to conquer them is to question yourself and the convictions of your argument. Fear creates hate. Fear creates mediocrity. Fear is a cage that holds people safe, but a prison of safety is only […]

by · August 10, 2016 · Opinion
Constant Conflict and Challenging the Future

Constant Conflict and Challenging the Future

There are few constants in this world. One is change. In fact, some may argue that change is the ONLY constant, and they are probably right. Change will happen no matter what. It is the result of living on a rock spiraling and plummeting through the vacuum of space in the vortex that is our solar system. We move whether […]

by · May 28, 2016 · Opinion
The trouble with coercion

The trouble with coercion

Most of us remember growing as teens and going through that “rebellious” phase. You were just beginning to see the world and develope your own views of it. Some of us had strict parents while others had more lenient parents. Some of us went to church and some of us didn’t. Regardless of your childhood you were always at some […]

by · May 26, 2016 · Opinion, Uncategorized