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

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Dread Locks & Cultural Appropriation

I've been in the midst of some very heated debate on quite a few examples of things happening recently from the way stars dress to music to hairstyles that just really set people off about Cultural Appropriation. One of the biggest debates was centered on Dread Locks. African Americans often believe that other people should … Continue reading Dread Locks & Cultural Appropriation

Story of Hawaii

In 1778, European explorer Captain James Cook stumbled upon the Hawaiian islands. upon his arrival he brought many diseases like small pox, influenza, measles, and many others; many insects like mosquitoes, cockroaches, and centipedes; and many rodents like rats and mice. Millions of Hawaiians died from diseases after Cook's arrival, and Hawai'i, the perfect paradise, … Continue reading Story of Hawaii

Introduction to the Hawaiian Ukulele, & How to Find a Good One

The Ukulele is a Hawaiian instrument, influenced from the Spanish & Portuguese Stringed Instrument culture. Portuguese and Spanish cowboys and traders came to Hawaii and brought with them their stringed instruments, such as the guitar, and some others which were uncommon by today's standards. Many were skilled Luthiers. Hawaiians soon learned to start making their … Continue reading Introduction to the Hawaiian Ukulele, & How to Find a Good One