This is the essay that led to this entire site becoming a thing. In this one, I discuss the toxicity that’s rampant in American political discourse and make observations about how our collective behavior on social media is responsible for a lot of the systemic gridlock we face.Read More
I explain that our political spectrum isn’t a strictly left-to-right straight line, but a rad 3D dinosaur, set on three axes instead. What kind of dinosaur you ask? It’s unclear, but we suspect a ptrexodactylRead More
Extremism isn’t just a problem that effects religion. This monster has hijacked political partisanship and run ripshod through our system.Read More
This is the antipartisan essay about brainwashing where I blast Liberals for the hypocrisy that created Trump.Read More
I encourage everybody (some stipulations attached) to melt their minds with psychedelics, in a scientifically literate, medically safe, and socially responsible way. (only a lil’ tiny bit) This one is very thoroughly researched with links to research data supporting all claims.
Still, drop some acid and ride that dragon to Valhalla for the good of society, brother.
I compare the pros and cons of both Socialism and Capitalism, and have problem stopping the other guy in my head from taking control of my fingers.Read More
If you want a violent revolution in this country, you’re an idiot. That’ll only lead to martial law being declared and the American people ending up with less freedom than we started with.Read More
The diehards on both sides tend to miss the point. I rip apart every political propaganda meme I’ve seen on Facebook from both parties and give you the answer to the shooter crisis Please steal my idea and say it’s yours if it means getting the mayhem to stop.Read More
How can we be “The Land of the Free” when we deprive more citizens of their freedom than any planet on Earth? Here I discuss overinceration and the failed drug war.Read More
This article is essentially me talking about how much I love The Washington Redskins aesthetic, and why I think it’s more racist for Native Americans to tell me I have to think of the negative connotations they hear in the word “Redskin” instead of letting me see them as noble, dignified people with an indomitable spirit I think of when I hear the word.Read More
This one is one of my most popular essays… It explores both why drawing lines is necessary, and why crossing them is just as important for us as a society.Read More