More on Standing Rock

As you know, the protest at Standing Rock is still going strong, and it’s getting harder for the water protectors as the cold sets in. A friend of mine has joined the protest at Standing Rock, and is working as a camp organizer. The main concerns he is seeing in the camps right now are: […]

What’s It Really Like?

  People often ask me what it is actually like living here in South Korea. There are a few things that I want to make very clear: 1. South Korean do not and have never eaten cats. Old men did used to eat dog (the Chinese believe it helps old guys get it up) but […]

Missinformation on my Facebook Feed

Recently a friend shared a YouTube video about how you can increase your fuel efficiency with homemade fuel cells. Naturally, I thought it would be cool so I looked into it. It took about five seconds of reading Google results to realize that this was not true. Mythbusters busted it, scientists busted it, and yet […]

Taxes

Taxes should not be a political issue. The fact that they are has always confused me. To understand why this doesn’t make a lot of sense, let’s look at what taxes are supposed to be for: The idea of tax was created long ago in Empires gone by. Taxes were important in order to build […]

Jill Stein for President 2016!

Recently I posted about how Donald Trump is a Chump. Some people seemed to assume that this meant I supported Hillary Clinton. I do not. Hillary Clinton is a warmonger, and I was horrified with her support of the bombing of Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, Pakistan, Libya, and Syria. I was upset that she spoke […]

We Are In This Together

I speak up a lot about how minority groups deserve rights. White people say this is “divisive” and causes discord. And here’s the thing: It shouldn’t. No, really. If someone from a minority group comes to you and says “Hey, that is racist and it hurts my feelings and disparages my culture,” you should be […]

No Shame, and No Apologies

I have been called horrible names. I have been attacked. I have been told that I am stupid, ignorant, and horrible. Why? Well, because I am voting for Jill Stein. Often on the Internet, people yell at me and tell me I have “too much white privilege” because I am willing to even consider voting […]

Resources You Should Have

Are you mad about the direction that your country is going?   Why don’t you let the government know! Elected Representatives have an obligation to listen to you. It is literally their job to hear what you have to say. However, I understand that not everyone had a Civics Class, and that some people might […]

Civics Class

Once upon a time, there was a class taught in all schools called “Civics Class.” It taught people how to get involved in their government, and how to participate in Democracy. In my civics class, we did a lot of cool things: We sat in on city council meetings so we could see how local […]

Dakota Access Pipeline

A lot of people have taken up the cause of Native Americans and started fighting against the Dakota Access Pipeline (or DAPL.) I want to give you some resources to fight with. Please review the information below and consider getting involved: First, the agency that approved the pipeline is called the Army Corps of Engineers. […]