The Media is Losing it Over a Cartoon Frog

The Media is Losing it Over a Cartoon Frog

Over the past week, media outlets the likes of Vox and Mic have released stories concerning everyone’s favorite meme, Pepe the Frog. A week ago, Cooper Fleishman authored an article titled “Wendy’s just tweeted the Pepe the Frog meme, a […]

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How Draining the Swamp Could Become a Reality

How Draining the Swamp Could Become a Reality

As the 115th session of Congress converges and Trump prepares for his inauguration, two landmark proposals introduced in the Senate have the capacity to alter the way the Beltway operates. What makes these pieces of legislation, term limits and auditing […]

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Reflections on Past Missteps and Resolutions for the New Year

Reflections on Past Missteps and Resolutions for the New Year

As 2017 hits and its dawns on me that 2008 was nine years ago, it reminds me how fast time has gone. Looking back on what my concerns were nearly a decade ago, even a few years ago, is somewhat […]

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How The Internet is Breaking Humanity’s Mass Hypnosis

How The Internet is Breaking Humanity’s Mass Hypnosis

Recently, a patron and friend of mine, Romi Ezzo commented on an older blog post I wrote titled  Land of the Free, Home of the Cage. In the comments, he says: After reading this blog, I couldn’t help but think […]

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Millennials, Multiple Hustles, and How the Internet Economy is Disrupting Everything

Millennials, Multiple Hustles, and How the Internet Economy is Disrupting Everything

When I graduated from college, I had no idea what I was going to do after. It was a position that I and many of my peers were in as we entered the ‘real world’ in 2016. Countless job applications, […]

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Trump, Putin, and Russia’s Plan to Reemerge as a Global Power

Trump, Putin, and Russia’s Plan to Reemerge as a Global Power

When Trump won the election on November 8th, one clear consequence of his victory was the further division between liberal Democrats and Conservative Republicans. Eight years ago, who would have thought that Americans today would call their political opposition Dumbfuckastan (literally Dumbfuckistan) […]

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A Conversation With Edward Silhol

A Conversation With Edward Silhol

From business to spirituality, Edward Silhol takes these two seemingly opposite fields and complements them through his actions and intentions. I had first met Edward through mutual friends and was intrigued by our conversation we had about his startup, Stample, […]

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Young Slacker Doing Work: Some Wisdom From Alejandro Rioja

Young Slacker Doing Work: Some Wisdom From Alejandro Rioja

In an age where people constantly question what path to take in life, Alejandro Rioja is headfirst creating one for himself. The 4th year at UCLA is as driven as they come and has prepared himself with the proper skills […]

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Why Trump Won

Why Trump Won

On November 8th, 2016, Donald Trump was declared to be the next President of the United States. Not only that, he handily beat Hillary Clinton by attaining over 300 votes in the electoral college. From the beginning of Trump’s campaign, […]

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So What’s the Deal With Spirit Cooking?

So What’s the Deal With Spirit Cooking?

If you have not heard, spirit cooking is all over the internet today due to the latest email drop from Wikileaks. Hillary Clinton’s right-hand man John Podesta is in hot water for being invited to a spirit cooking ceremony held […]

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