The more we learn about the true history of our nation and how it was formed, the more injustices we’ll notice in the world today, and the more motivated we’ll be to correct them. That’s what I think the purpose of Thanksgiving should be.
Elon Musk’s ostensible purpose in buying Twitter was to make it a “platform for free speech around the globe”. It already was that. Now, it’s just another free-for-all hellscape, and I want no part in it.
You may not think your vote makes much of a difference; but you’re not alone. Voter turnout always makes a difference, and the 2020 and 2022 elections prove it.
Whatever your politics or whatever issue is most important to you, Elaine Luria is objectively a better choice than Jen Kiggans for Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District, and I explain why in this podcast.
This episode is not so much about the attack on Paul Pelosi, but rather the responses to the attack and what they tell us about the people responding.
The House Select Committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol held its tenth and potentially final hearing last week. Here is my recap and my thoughts on their findings, and on its bearing on the upcoming midterm elections.
Even when there isn’t a president or a governor or a member of Congress on the ballot, every election matters, as does every vote.
This episode of the “Game of Thrones” spin-off “House of the Dragon” has made a lot of people uncomfortable (even though, as GOT fans, they really should be used to this kind of stuff by now). Content warning: I will be discussing sex, incest, and matters of consent in this episode.
The first Star Trek movie, released in 1979, has garnered a lot of criticism for its slow pacing and lack of action, especially compared to the next movie in the franchise, The Wrath of Khan. But does it deserve a reputation for being one of the “worst” movies in the franchise? I talk about why I think it’s an underrated film in this episode.