Month: August 2020

‘Justice for Cannon’ isn’t About Justice

‘Justice for Cannon’ isn’t About Justice

…But that doesn’t discredit the argument American political conversations in 2020 are morbid: Black Lives Matter rallies around members of the community killed by police. Biden and his running mate are castigated in the context of a mass-incarceration system they helped to architect and implement. Calls to ‘save the children’ echo across social media tableaus…

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The French Revolution: How and why revolutions go wrong

The French Revolution: How and why revolutions go wrong

Most Americans today, though woefully uninformed, at least know the basics of the american revolution. However, the French revolution is perhaps even more influential around the world, and probably did more to change the world we see today than any other revolution before it. But very few Americans actually know anything about the french revolution,…

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Racism is not a Public Health Crisis

Racism is not a Public Health Crisis

In the middle of an actual, mishandled, and literally killer health crisis, the Colorado Department of Public Health has decided to devote its governmental brains and brawn to addressing another health ‘crisis’. Colorado recently added its name to the list of states that plan to declare racism a public health crisis. Not a moral problem.…

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Fragility: The Biggest Problem Facing Gen-Z

Fragility: The Biggest Problem Facing Gen-Z

Gen Z, or those born after 1995, are facing a mental health crisis. The cause of this crisis is thought to be twofold. Over-reliance and overuse of technological devices, especially for communicative purposes (social media) Invented fragility, i.e. the idea that it is the duty of those around you to keep you mentally healthy by abstaining from doing,…

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