Americanism & The Great Divide

American. A word when you hear it undoubtedly stirs great emotion, most of it very mixed, and depending on where on the planet you're from, much of it very negative. American denotes mere commonality by geographical location; a term used to essentially define everything and everyone which belong to the infantile country, the United States … Continue reading Americanism & The Great Divide

Constitutionality of Gun Laws vs the Right to Bear Arms – Gun Control & the Morality of Firearms

This is written in response to the thousands of deaths by firearms every year, to those who champion Gun Ownership and Gun Rights as Inalienable 2nd Amendment Rights. Guns are used to Kill 40,000 Americans per year, that's like every person in Coachella, California dying from a gun each year. 2012 - 33,563 gun deaths … Continue reading Constitutionality of Gun Laws vs the Right to Bear Arms – Gun Control & the Morality of Firearms

Sons of Anarchy & The Walking Dead – The Brutal Disregard of Asians | Racism & The True Irish

On Both SOA & TWD, the most violent and brutal scenes, possibly in television history, were perpetrated against Asian men. In TWD, Glenn Rhee (portrayed by Asian American Steven Yeun) is killed in perhaps the most brutal display in the history of television. Honestly, I haven't watched the show since Glenn died, but Glenn was … Continue reading Sons of Anarchy & The Walking Dead – The Brutal Disregard of Asians | Racism & The True Irish

Confederate Monuments: Art & Culture or American Anti-Culture

Should Confederate Monuments of the Southern United States, erected to extol Southern Leaders of the anti-U.S. Confederacy decades after their failed coup and ultimate demise, be protected, defended, preserved or even cherished? Should they be held as "Art" pieces worth anything more than a Statue of Hitler in Germany or Israel, a statue of a … Continue reading Confederate Monuments: Art & Culture or American Anti-Culture

The Real America

America was created by people fleeing the Extremist Religious Persecution in England, to Amsterdam. In Amsterdam they, whilst hiding in exile, they learned of the importance of liberty, freedom, tolerance, acceptance, open-mindedness, and how important it was to treat each other as equal and with respect, regardless of their differences in religion, personal beliefs, culture … Continue reading The Real America