On Friday, New York Times released an article entitled “American Poets, Refusing to Go Gentle, Rage Against the Right.” I think a more apt name for the article is, American Poets, Refusing To Be Mature, Rage Against What’s Right.” The article is all about self-important poets talking about not just how disappointed they are in Trump’s election… Continue reading NYT: “American Poets, Refusing To Be Mature, Rage Against What’s Right”
Earlier this week I released a review on Paul Tremblay’s book, “A House Full of Ghosts: A Novel.” In the back of the book was one of his personal essays on craft entitled, “The H Word: The Politics in Horror,” which I read after getting about ¼ of the way into his novel and now… Continue reading A Response to Paul Tremblay’s “The H Word” & How Progressives Ruin the Arts
As the House has already gone to work on repealing ObamaCare, I keep seeing these very specific posts circulating around social media. Can you guess what they are saying? Pictures, videos, articles… the praise comes in all sorts of multimedia forms in hopes of getting your attention and persuading your opinion, if you don’t already agree… Continue reading So I Can Count On Your Vote Next Cycle, Right? 😉
According to Clinton insider, Larry Nichols, one of the main democratic strategies for success it projection. That is, you accuse your opponent of doing the things you’re actually guilty of. By using projection, you’re able to create fuller, more detailed lies because you actually have insider, specific information (referencing the things you’ve already done). With… Continue reading 11 Confessions From the Left in 2016: Abridged!
This election cycle has been a lot like an HBO television series: full of backstabbing, betrayal, lies, and sex scandals. The most interesting thing about this election cycle has been watching the rise of Donald Trump and the countless, merciless attacks on his character and his family. Before he started his run, there was little… Continue reading Why Can’t The Elites Seem to Beat Donald Trump?
Hillary Clinton’s health has been an intriguing topic in American politics for months now. She has been known for having abnormal and long coughing fits, noted for her inability to stand, and questioned for the amount of time she spends napping and resting on the campaign trail while her political opponent, Donald J. Trump continues… Continue reading The Intentional Abuse of Hillary Clinton
There’s this idea between logic-driven brains that art is a waste of time. As someone who studied art in college, I can tell you for certain that there are many people who think it’s a waste of time, that there is no value to art, and that anyone who spends their time on art as… Continue reading The Connection Between Art and Influence