A Story of a Fearless BodaBoda Man Who Chased an Elephant

I took a visit to Meru. Now I have the choice of being honest or not, and say I was on a business arrangements, but that would ruin the point. I boarded a matatu early enough to get the front seat, to reach my destination before everyone else. I listen to music on my headphones to kill time, waiting for the rest of the empty … Continue reading A Story of a Fearless BodaBoda Man Who Chased an Elephant

Torturing Animals is Clearly a Psychiatric Disease (Opinion)

“We could tell the way a man lives his life by his treatment of animals.” – Sigmund Freud Why are we prone to sympathize more with animal deaths in films than human deaths? Watching a person and a dog trapped in a burning building while being given the opportunity to save one, I’d assume it be the species that drinks water from a glass. In … Continue reading Torturing Animals is Clearly a Psychiatric Disease (Opinion)

Response To Shooting of Congress Members, One of Hope and Unity

  On Wednesday, James T. Hodginkson walked onto the field where members of Congress were practicing for a bipartisan baseball game and opened fire. He wounded two Republican members of Congress, a lobbyist, a congressional staffer and two police officers. This comes in an atmosphere of increasing political discord. There have been riots on campuses over the results of the previous election as well as … Continue reading Response To Shooting of Congress Members, One of Hope and Unity

Trump Chooses Trump Over Being President (Oped)

Before his move into the White House, Donald Trump already assembled his 2020 campaign committee. This just presents a growing brand of unorthodoxy that the President has embraced as evidenced by his tweets, his bombastic claims, and his sharp rhetoric. Experts say that no president has done so much to undermine himself. But Trump is not going to change. For anyone. The constant reminder of … Continue reading Trump Chooses Trump Over Being President (Oped)

All is Fair in Love and Politics

Democrats and Republicans have cried foul over negative attacks made against them, saying they should not be allowed and that the attacker should be ashamed of themselves. I say to hell with that, it’s part of the ultimate game-plan for a candidate running. An attack launched at a critical moment could edge a the candidate past their opponent at precisely the right moment and ensure … Continue reading All is Fair in Love and Politics

Conservative Star Tomi Lahren very Happy to be Getting under the Liberal’s Skin

Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren appeared on Fox News’ Hannity expressing her pleasure at annoying the left and getting under their skin. Lahren is the host of “Tomi” on The Blaze TV, and said her main goal is to be honest in her work. Lahren discussed with Hannity how she developed her conservative viewpoint. “I grew up watching this mainstream media and seeing a lot of … Continue reading Conservative Star Tomi Lahren very Happy to be Getting under the Liberal’s Skin

Trump continues to fight with intelligence community

President-elect Donald Trump has begun a fight with the intelligence community, that could spill into his presidency. Trump has raised doubts about U.S. intelligence, citing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Trump elicited alarm after he tweeted disparagingly about a classified briefing he is due to receive this week. Assange has been seen as a partner with Russia in fighting the West. Assange recently appeared on Sean … Continue reading Trump continues to fight with intelligence community

The Intersection of Politics and Social Media

Modern day campaigning is all about social media. We’re so used to seeing candidates drop a thousand points in key media markets and later winning elections. In today’s world, 140 characters on Twitter can be as powerful if not more powerful, than the traditional methods, in the right hands. Social media has grown because of declining trust in big institutions by young voters. When a … Continue reading The Intersection of Politics and Social Media