I don't know what it feels like to be discriminated against because of my faith. I live in a country where my faith is the predominate religion. But I am familiar with discrimination. I grew up struggling in a country that my ancestors built for free. A country that until 60-70 … Continue reading Making America Hate Again
Today is the day I receive my sentence. It also happens to be my 17th birthday. Last year I had hoped to be having a skating party with all my friends from school around this time. Obviously, that's not going to happen. I'm writing because the therapist explained to me I lacked humanity and empathy. … Continue reading Who the Hell is a Super Predator? (PT. 1)
I know what it's like to be judged by stereotypes. I'm a young black male in America. I'm hyper violent, a womanizer, I skip out on responsibilities and I lack a moral compass. Or so that's what they would like everyone to believe. I also know what's it's like to live in a high crime … Continue reading A Letter to Law Enforcement
I voted against President Obama in the 2008 Democratic primary. Why? I felt President Obama’s inexperience and naivety would make it almost impossible for him to have a successful presidency. President Obama seemed better suited as an influencer of minds, he is a master motivator and a natural idealist. Not characteristics typically associated with the … Continue reading Barack Obama: The Worst President of All-Time
I love tv. I think most Americans feel the same. We have our favorite shows, we DVR them, we watch them on demand. We even share our affinity for our shows on our various social media platforms. But reality tv is our guilty pleasure. "Non-Actors" being filmed for "unscripted tv". We relate to them because … Continue reading How Reality Tv and Our Fascination With it Chose Our Next President.