Wow, I wasn't sure if it would happen, but Avengers: Endgame just broke a huge record, it is now the second highest grossing film in history! That title has been held by James Cameron's Titanic since 2009. Titanic broke the world record when it came out in 1997, making almost $2.2B. In 2009, another James … Continue reading Avengers: Endgame Just Broke a Major Record!
Have you seen "God's Not Dead"? Then you must be familiar with the narrative; an innocent, usually white, conservative Christian is diving into the evil, liberal world of higher education. While there, he is tempted and challenged to forsake God and his faith, but he overcomes by standing his ground and fighting back against unbearable … Continue reading How Films Like “God’s Not Dead” Hurts Christianity
Here are some issues that I want to see talked about and supported by the 2020 candidates as well as congress: Embrace of the Green New Deal. The top 1% and corporations taxed highly, AOC's idea of 70% above $10,000,000 is a good start. (For reference, during the 1950's, while the country was doing … Continue reading What I Want to See Candidates Support in 2020
Just stop it! I know it's tempting to try and hold each 2020 Democratic candidate to a very high standard when it comes to their background and policy ideas, but stop it! It's not helping. I mean most of the candidates haven't even come out with official policy ideas yet, the primaries aren't for another … Continue reading 2020 Candidate Standards
"There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that 'my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.'” —Isaac Asimov I think … Continue reading Anti-intellectualism