To my friends who voted for Biden:

I don’t think any less of you. I am not angry with you. I will not spew generalized hate about half the people in this country because we disagree. I respect your liberty, your choice, and your vote. I am sad to know that respect does not flow both ways. I am sad to read […]

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Snowden: Did He Commit Treason?

I wrote this Opinion and Order in a Judicial Decision Making class at Portland State. It is one of my favorite classes I’ve taken, mostly because the professor didn’t shove leftist/Marxist rhetoric masked as fact down our throats. This professor offered readings and lectures from all angles and trusted us, as the students, to decide […]

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#8cantwait

It is clear – no matter what side of the aisle you are on – that our country is changing. We’ve watched it unfold since the tragic, nauseating, senseless murder of George Floyd on May 25. Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time we have seen this series of events unfold in America. And even more […]

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My Obsession with Coronavirus is Actually About Liberty

I realized something today, as I laid in bed and did my daily (or hourly) #Wuhan and #Coronavirus tag scrolls on Twitter. I can’t tell you how many articles I’ve read, how many sources I’ve researched, or how many videos I’ve watched on the topic. I’m absolutely fascinated by it – or as my friends […]

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#HotSmartGirlsAgainstSocialism

With the popularity of the #HotSmartGirlsAgainstSocialism tag, I felt it was only appropriate to make this post about socialism. When I started this blog at age 18, I felt much more alone in my political views. I live in PDX, Oregon; home of the liberals. I attend Portland State, which as you can imagine is […]

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