Another year down, another retrospective look at the year through the books that got me through it.Read more "2019 Selfies…with Books! Year in Review"
Three years removed from the first Brexit vote, here we have a second. You either think they should know better, or you weren’t paying attention to why they voted for it in the first place.Read more "Sound the Alarm"
With the privilege of age comes time to reflect upon what might have been influential in your life. This is my ode to Animal Crossing.Read more "Animal Crossing Life Lessons"
We need only observe present elements of society to imagine which future we might be inching closer to.Read more "Indefatigable: An Optimist Reads 1984 and Brave New World"
Step back for a second and examine what’s going on in front of you. Is it really something revolutionary, or just a well-disguised continuation of something else?Read more "The Social Construct is a Social Construct"
Trump and Brexit didn’t just shock the world–they should cause it concern, at least to those on the helm of globalization. There’s no reason to believe that all aboard aren’t willing to capsize the very ship they’re riding on.Read more "On Trump, Brexit, and General Discontent"
Support Joe Biden—go ahead. But just know, you’ll be dooming us all.Read more "Lest We Forget: Biden Cannot Be Our Candidate"
The worker fears automation because he is offered nothing in return. Maybe its emergence is what the worker should hope for, for others to validate his humanity and needs.Read more "Machines and Workers"
In 2016, a Trump victory was unthinkable. In 2020, it’s almost unavoidable, that is, unless Democrats recycle a better playbook.Read more "The Unsinkable Donald Trump"
For a country so enamored with its Founding Fathers, it would be good if we actually read what they wrote every now and then, rather than speculate on what we think they said or meant.Read more "Jefferson, Abridged"