Have an uncomfortable Thanksgiving

Rarely do I have the opportunity to tie-in a memory into an opinions article. So I was glad with this opportunity to reflect on how special Thanksgiving Day has become and why it is worth sharing with those less fortunate to enjoy a time of feasting and giving thanks. The article was originally published here. … Continue reading Have an uncomfortable Thanksgiving

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Dr. Seuss captures the midterm election results

I wrote this article while enduring one of my most bizarre headaches. It wasn't so much painful as it was an enduring fog. A thin slate of ice between by mind and my tasks. In any case, the article was written over a two day period, and I was happy to incorporate quotes from my … Continue reading Dr. Seuss captures the midterm election results

Millennials almost largest voting block, but have less than 50 percent turnout

The first article featuring myself as the triple threat - editor, writer and photographer. It was a fun article to write and enjoyable to feature my own photo skills. The article was originally published here. The greatest barriers to millennials impacting an election is their own apathy combined with a deteriorating sense of civic duty. … Continue reading Millennials almost largest voting block, but have less than 50 percent turnout

The fight for the gas tax descends deep into murky waters

I was surprised when the editor-in-chief asked if there was a California proposition I would like to cover. The Gas Tax, besides being covered-up incomplete deception by our government, is a poor policy for, quite frankly, the poor. Unfortunately, the proposition never passed, and California is left with another law that forces taxpayers to cover … Continue reading The fight for the gas tax descends deep into murky waters