Labor Week

Those Who Work, Those Who Complain

UNITED STATES—I hate to hear people talk so much about not being able to find work, and they are not actively searching to find a job. There are plenty of companies out there offering job opportunities, but I see so many teens and young adults stuck in this bubble of not wanting to work. They always want someone to fork...

Spring Is Here, What Does It Mean?

UNITED STATES—Goodbye Winter, hello spring! The snow, the bitter cold, those things have now left the atmosphere and we can now usher in those warmer like temperatures. To be honest, I’m a huge lover of nearly every season, but I thoroughly enjoy spring and fall the best. They are those middle ground seasons for those of us who are...

Voting Nightmare

UNITED STATES—Last week was the primary election for my state and I was fully prepared to vote. I had hoped to head to the polls in the early hours just because I hate waiting in lines and didn’t want to deal with any chaos that likely ensues later in the day. With a recent move, it does create a...

What Is Being Debated People?

UNITED STATES—I’m frustrated with the upcoming 2016 Presidential Election and for good reason. I seriously cannot recall the last time so much BUZZ has been in the air about people voting. Don’t get me wrong because it’s an amazing thing. So many people have fallen into that trap of not voting because they suspect their vote won’t count, it...

Super Tuesday Sets The Stage

UNITED STATES—Well the race for The White House is getting hotter than ever, especially as the candidates put everything on the line for Super Tuesday. For those not in the know, Super Tuesday is that time of year where elections are taking place all over the country, for 2016, it’s critical. Why? A bevy of delegates are up for grabs...

Violence Against Children In Entertainment

UNITED STATES—I’ve never been a fan of any sort of violence against children on TV or the big screen. To me I think it’s the one issue that is taboo in the entertainment industry. Not only do I think most individuals are not fans of seeing it, I frankly think it’s in bad taste. Last week’s episode of the...

Death Of A Supreme Court Justice

UNITED STATES—This weekend sad news rocked the nation, as it was announced that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia had died in Texas on February 13. Scalia died of natural causes. He sat on the Supreme Court for more than 30 years and was considered one of the most conservative justices of the court. While many of us are taking time...

Commercial Mania

UNITED STATES—Oh, if you watched the Super Bowl, which likely took place for 90 percent of America, you saw a ton of commercials, some with epic highs, some not so much. Must say that Snickers commercial starring William Dafoe portraying Marilyn Monroe delivered a few laughs, but what separates a good commercial from a great one: the ability to...

Iowa Caucuses Deliver Interesting Results

UNITED STATES—For months, we’ve heard about how important the Iowa Caucuses are for political candidates. For the Republican field it could diminish the number of candidates, which has dwindled down slightly, but there are still quite a few candidates in contention. When you look at the Democratic field it was more of a battle between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders....

Fighting For Dr. Martin Luther King Jr And His ‘Dream’

UNITED STATES—Monday, January 18 was the celebration of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday for most Americans. I mean for this to be a national holiday it seems more like a ‘day off’ for most people. I mean kids are out of school, most government offices are closed, no banks are open, it’s another checkmark on the calendar...
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