America… Voting Isn’t Enough

“There is a lot of mediocrity being celebrated, and a lot of wonderful stuff being ignored or discouraged.” – Sean Penn Yep, I said it. Let me first say that I am happy that people are voting, I really am, but something has really been annoying about this whole election from two different angles. For one, people who say: “I am not voting, because we … Continue reading America… Voting Isn’t Enough

Media, Do Your Damn Job

People, other than those on Hillary’s campaign, need to remind people that if they want to “make this country great again”, you actually have to know how to run the country. But who is holding Trump’s feet to the fire besides Hillary supporters?

Everyone who has a pen and pad, laptop or a voice, needs to speak up.

If you cannot prepare for a Presidential debate, which he clearly didn’t, then how are you going to prepare for meetings for our country? Continue reading Media, Do Your Damn Job

Being Unapologetic: How America Transferred this Privilege from the Presidency to the Candidacy

Being unapologetic for tough decisions is something that Presidents must do when faced with a difficult decision for the nation, but it’s not cool to be unapologetic just for the heck of it. Presidential candidates should be concerned as they run for office about the hearts and minds of the entire country. There will come a day for each President to make a tough decision and be unapologetic, but it’s a privilege that shouldn’t be given too soon or to the wrong person. Continue reading Being Unapologetic: How America Transferred this Privilege from the Presidency to the Candidacy

Who Am I? (The Monday Fits)

“Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. Armour yourself in it, and it will never be used to hurt you.” ― George R.R. Martin The first Republican debate of this primary election season is over and it was quite a treat. There have been plenty of commentary, memes, and discussion … Continue reading Who Am I? (The Monday Fits)

Freedom: The New American Silo

Freedom: The American Silo  You know you are out of your element when you feel a cringe in your stomach, a knot in your chest, or maybe a slight headache. If you think these feelings are unnatural or unwanted, embrace them. Many entrepreneurs, innovators live off of the feeling, because the moments that make you feel uncomfortable are often the experiences that make you grow. … Continue reading Freedom: The New American Silo