It’s taken approximately this long for my thoughts to coalesce to the point where I feel comfortable calling them a semi-ordered mess. I’ve jotted down notes in notebooks, textbook margins, napkins, post-its, and old bank statements – half finished pieces litter both physical and virtual desktops. I’ve written scattered thoughts on Trump’s Cabinet appointments, the […]Read More Ballots or Bullets
In a modern take on Ovid’s tale, America has begun to craft a myth of its own. The American left has become isolated from the political realities of the rest of the country. Social media has become a convincing echo chamber for any number of artificial realities of our own creation. We habitually expose ourselves only […]Read More Echoes of Narcissus
Many of us are trying to gather our thoughts after an unexpectedly perplexing election night and, frankly, a thoroughly bizarre year to date both politically and otherwise. It appears that these results were widely unexpected by everyone. My panic, formerly kept at bay by a dim hope, set in with finality late evening on the 8th. […]Read More Relax. This is all just a simulation, maybe. I gather my thoughts.