Fear is perhaps the most powerful of all incentives which come to bear upon individuals and society alike. Although the locus of our fears shifts from century to century, fear itself remains a constant in the lives of human beings across millennia. In the 21st century, we have come to understand quantitatively what philosophers of… Read More Fear in Politics: Fear in the Information Environment
I wrestle with some of the reasons leading to Donald Trump’s historic victory. … Read More Demographics, Money, Political Theory: Did Trump Defy Them All?
I participated in a student panel at the University of Michigan Dearborn to talk about the election. I had to answer, “What can we expect from a Trump Presidency”. The following is my answer I gave at the event. (Sorry for any grammatical errors, this was just my reference for my speech). If you are… Read More The Future with Trump. What is to be Expected?
Third Party Voters and Trump are quick to criticize but lack concrete solutions to our problems. … Read More Creating Solutions is Hard, Criticizing Isn’t.
We need something that attacks all levels of government. Not just federal. … Read More My Reluctance to Support the Green Party
Hours of self reflection can’t seem to help me find the answer I’m looking for. I look into the future, and I see myself at my local polling station. Who do I pick? Do I vote for Trump? A vote for Trump is simply against every single one of my interests and values that I… Read More As a Bernie Supporter, Who Do I Vote For?