Meta, the company that owns Facebook and Instagram, has lifted their ban on Donald Trump’s accounts. We’ll see how they handle his inevitable lies and incitements in the future.
Are you writing the kind of mystery you like to solve? Can you solve it the way it’s written? If you can’t, then I guarantee your readers won’t be able to. In this episode, I talk about how to write good mysteries.
James Cameron has taken us to a new world, with new life and new civilizations. A lot of people around the world love the Avatar movies, but a lot of people have concerns about them. In this podcast, I talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly about Avatar.
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.