If the Founders could see all the people, especially the children, who have died by gun violence, would they still have written the 2nd Amendment? My thoughts on the school shooting in Robb Elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, on why we need gun control, and why the 2nd Amendment is not an absolute right.
So long as the people who planned and perpetrated this attack go free, and so long as there are those who seek to distort the facts about it, we’ll never heal, and we’ll never be united. That is why we can never forget January 6th.
A lot of things have happened since my last podcast episode. Here, I talk about why I won’t be talking about them, and what I will be talking about in the future.
The 2020 Democratic National Convention showed that, without sacrificing policies or principles, Joe Biden is still able to unite the country. Here is the full video of his acceptance speech.
We’re entering the final stretch of election season. Here are a few (mostly) lighthearted movies and TV shows about politics you can watch to get you in the mood.
When I first talked about COVID-19 on my podcast, there were only 600 confirmed cases in the U.S. Now, there are over 5 million. Wear a mask.
As much as I love Star Wars, there are definitely some things I would change about it. This is the first in my new “Stephen Rewrites” feature. In Part 1, I talk about changes meant to enhance the Star Wars movies as we know them. In Parts 2 and 3, I change the stories themselves. Part 2 covers my complete rewrites of Episodes I-VI, and Part 3 covers Episodes VII-IX.
People’s reactions to the coronavirus, COVID-19, range from denial to sheer panic. What’s the proper reaction, though, on a national, state, or personal level?
(Here’s a link to the Twitter video I mention in my podcast.)