Voting


For more than a decade, I’ve been arguing with would-be “progressive” revolutionaries who don’t understand the nature of their dilemma. Despite the best of intentions and common sense policies for the country, the enemies of all they hold dear wield absolute power across the spectrum. The electoral math is very […]

No More Revolutionaries


It sounds naive to hope Gen Y voters will show up in 2018 to claim their power as a third of the American electorate. Gen X is the next largest group of non-voters who need to get off their dead asses but historically won’t. Both generations have the most to […]

Voting is Dope



It is far past time we defined where we are heading as a nation. What will the America we build together look like? Because make no mistake, good or bad, we’ll build that future together. Just like we built our current crazy (sur)reality together. Through a myriad of actions, mostly in […]

Hitting Rock Bottom




At no time in human history has the average person had more access to information than they do today, yet we remain as aggressively ignorant as our most benighted and oppressed ancestors. The thing I find most tragic about the situation in America is how far we have fallen from […]

Too Much Information


When the Tea Party flipped numerous “moderate” republican seats in the 2010 primary elections, America took an even harder turn to the right than it was already suffering under when ignorant, anti-government candidates made it through the fait accompli general election in November to become the largest freshman class in […]

Voting Doesn’t Matter



It took nearly 200 years after the words “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal…” were penned to assure everyone in the United States had the right to vote, yet the only thing that has changed since the Voting Rights Act was signed in […]

Mitigating the Disaster


My political awakening didn’t arrive until my 34th year when a young state senator from Illinois blew the roof off the Democratic National Convention, went on to capture a US Senate seat a mere two years later and the Oval Office two years after that. That he was the first […]

Stopping a Broken Record