The coronavirus and everything about it has been irking me more than normal recently. One of the key elements that is irking more than others is just how much big business and government want us to believe that they have our best interest at heart, when all the while, they are profiting off of the coronavirus hysteria. Click to read more.
I’ll be honest, I did not anticipate or hope to be writing about the coronavirus at this point in the year. Then again, did any of us? We were told, “Oh, it’s a three week stint”, which soon became a “three month stint” and then eventually became…”Who knows…we kinda like this power, we may just need to lockdown forever”. So, here we are again, with U.S. states and countries around the world locking down harder, yet again. The question has been and always will be: are these regulations actually enforced or enforceable? Click to read more.
I’ve noticed a trend. People are starting to call Thanksgiving, “Friendsgiving”. I’m not really sure what the name is supposed to imply—that friends give each other things?—but it certainly does not carry with it the same connotations that the word “Thanksgiving” carries with it.
My question is, why would we want to take out the word “thanks” from “Thanksgiving”? What’s wrong with the word “thanks”? Is it offensive? How can a word as simple as “thanks” be considered politicly incorrect? Click to read more.
The more polarized we believe we are, regardless of reality, the more polarized we become. The “us” versus “them” mentality grows and compounds upon itself. Elites love this mindset. Why? Because it mobilizes and activates people. Having a specific enemy is great for voter turnout, campaign donations, increased ratings and the like. Click to read more.
There’s something special about the holiday season, wouldn’t you say? So, I’m going to give everyone a break from the fussing and drama of the current political culture and discuss something that almost all Americans agree on and participate in: Christmas and Thanksgiving. Click to read more.