Is Our Freedom Ebbing Away?

This post is in response to the article: “Contact Tracing Program Introduced in Kentucky” on Lex18.com. Our newly appointed Kentucky governor introduced a seven month contact tracing program yesterday during a press conference. It’s basically a strategy to follow around  victims of COVID-19 (unspecified as to how) and then health officials will contact the dozensContinue reading “Is Our Freedom Ebbing Away?”

Book Rec: The Presidents Club

I’ve been reading through the biographies of our presidents and so far have been enjoying getting to know them. It’s interesting to learn about their accomplishments, what drove them toward their failures, and how history has decided to label them. But there’s one thing that their biographies tend to overlook. We may learn about eachContinue reading “Book Rec: The Presidents Club”

Debates and Racism Over Coca-Cola Super Bowl Ad

If you didn’t watch the Super Bowl last Sunday (or turned it off out of embarrassment), you missed an ad put out by Coca-Cola that has sparked much debate and criticism. In my family, we prefer Coke over Pepsi, even though only one of us can taste the difference. A big reason is because ofContinue reading “Debates and Racism Over Coca-Cola Super Bowl Ad”

Country Music Part I

I was a big fan of country music from my freshman year at high school up until about two years ago. After listening to so much of it, though, I came to the realization that they all sound pretty much the exact same. There’s just not much variety in that genre. But there are stillContinue reading “Country Music Part I”

Book Rec.: Rawhide Down

I love nonfiction books that point you to a specific point in time that may have lasted from several minutes to an entire day, and every facet of that event is digested and rolled over and over again, analyzing that particularly momentous moment in history. In the case of Rawhide Down, the event on display lastedContinue reading “Book Rec.: Rawhide Down”

A Little Damaged

You may remember the event that took place on September 21, 2005. For the first time since 9/11 the nation stood still and almost every eye was on their TV set or ear on the radio. Once again, fellow Americans were in aerial danger. One hundred forty passengers and six crew members were gripped inContinue reading “A Little Damaged”

Let’s Talk About Obamacare

With just five days to go before the healthcare bill is put into effect, officials from both sides of the aisle are scrambling to get their affairs in order, make last-minute decisions, and rally supporters, either for or against the new law. But no one has taken such a bold and decisive stand against ObamacareContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Obamacare”