Vietnam to 2019 – America’s Shifty Sentiments

During Vietnam, a large percentage of Americans were strongly against America's campaign in the war. Those who weren't fall into two categories: 1.) People who were afraid due to falling victim to the Anti-Communist campaign launched by the America's wealthy elite capitalists & profiteers controlling government and needing for Americans to view anything which isn't … Continue reading Vietnam to 2019 – America’s Shifty Sentiments

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

Braven

Braven The cold hard sting of the naked chosen stone; Felled, now, to the ground, and left there all alone. Into the heart of mother earth, the sweet life force now seeping. Timeless echo in distant wind; Rain now felt as weeping. Just or not, thus subjective; Fates, alas, bespoken. Fury rumbles deep within; Vengeance … Continue reading Braven

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