We should be building our communities up, not dividing them up into pie charts. We should be trying to understand why they voted the way that they did instead of blaming everyone else for their sole failure. Continue reading...
How To Bridge The Divide
How do we bridge a divide that has cut so deep into the fabric of our nation? This is a question that may be the most difficult one for me to answer. As much as I would hope we would as a nation, come together to move our country forward, many (in the millions upon … Continue reading How To Bridge The Divide
Tomorrow’s Outcome Is Up To You
With all of the hype and the future of our nation being tossed about, finding a calm place is next to impossible. If you have already vote, thank you! Your civic duty and commitment to it has been fulfilled, at least for now. Being a part of the community is vital for its success, but … Continue reading Tomorrow’s Outcome Is Up To You
What’s Really Important
Tuesday, we will know who the next president will be (fingers crossed). As Americans, neighbors, friends, family and strangers it is our collective responsibility to not gloat (we've seen that before). Remember, nearly half of the country is going to be severely disappointed with the winner, no matter what.
I Choose Happiness!
Happiness has been a controversial topic for many years now. Some people believe it is an end goal while others take it as the beginning point to greatness. People usually draw happiness from different things. Generally, happiness has to do with an emotional and mental state of welfare that can be characterized through pleasant and … Continue reading I Choose Happiness!
National Voter Registration Day
Are you registered to vote? It is an easy thing to check and even easier to do. For all the discussion about voter disenfranchisement and voter fraud the larger problem is actually much more serious. In the last general election, 2012, the population of the United States was 314.1 million people according to the United … Continue reading National Voter Registration Day
Country Over Party
I've have been watching what is known to the public as the American elections but they're what I prefer to call the train wreck of America. I have always been a registered independent as long as I have been able to vote. My questions are many for those that support the two top candidates: How … Continue reading Country Over Party
Supporting the Nominee
Much has been made about how Bernie Sanders needs to let the people who took time out of their lives to wait in line, caucus and vote for him now, for the good of the Democratic Party, need to coalesce around the soon to be anointed nominee, Hillary Clinton. Honestly, I don't know how he … Continue reading Supporting the Nominee
One Less In The Way
As I listened to his concession speech last night, one thing stood out; this man really didn't care much about what he was running for. It appeared as though for him, it was all about the glory that could come with the new power he would receive if he were elected. You see, Marco Rubio … Continue reading One Less In The Way
Memory Span of a Gnat
With everything that's been going on in this election cycle, two trains of thought begin to emerge. Either you don't care about the truth or you are ignorant to it. If it's the latter, please educate yourself before even considering voting this year. I feel like this cycle has been nothing more than a giant … Continue reading Memory Span of a Gnat
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