The issue nobody wants to touch. I want to preface this piece by emphasizing that it will be totally secular in nature, absent of any ‘holier than thou’ attitude, and driven by an interest to see a happier, healthier, and more disciplined society. More often than not, critiques of this subject are slanted by evangelical or generational bias and fail to sway those that find religious teachings wholly unconvincing or older people out of touch. While it’s essentially undisputabl
I’m sure that you, just like me, have been unable to scroll on Instagram at any time over the past one or two years without stumbling upon some sort of infographic misleading our peers on the key issues that face our country. Very often, these infographics are posted with captions that demand that their readers “Get educated!” or “Do the work!” This has resulted — in my estimation, at least — in a large portion of our generation feeling as though they have a firm grasp on the
“These unhappy times call for the building of plans that rest upon the forgotten...that build from the bottom up and not from the top down, that put their faith once more in the forgotten man at the bottom of the economic pyramid.” This quote by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the icon of New Deal liberalism, accurately embodies a lion’s share of the modern-day Republican Party base. The millions of working-class Americans who fear for job security and the increasing cul
While former President Donald Trump was in office, the left would constantly call him racist, citing his anti-illegal immigration policies and travel bans to countries with terrorism risks. Now that President Biden is in office they are silent about the President’s racism despite his racist history and continuous racist comments. During a CNN town hall last week Biden said, “Not everybody in the community in the Hispanic and African American community particularly in uh rural
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