I have no obligation to tolerate Nazis

I’ve posted this and other things like this on Facebook before, but it bears repeating. I’m going to mention this again (and again, and again, and again – as many times as necessary), as an avid WWII history buff, and as someone whose grandparents were heavily involved in the war effort at home. If you […]

Two Things

Given my last post, I’m thankful that no matter how bad of a day I’m having I’m not Anthony Scaramucci right now. Apparently, Jonah Goldberg (and The National Review as a whole) is a voice of reason now. Yes, we are still living in a world where Trump is president. No, this is not an […]

The Problem of Loyalty

Many people I know are mourning the upcoming inauguration. Trump has been elected, he’s readying his cabinet (oh god, the cabinet…), but the inauguration hasn’t even happened yet and even Krauthammer is saying The Honeymoon Is Over. Look, I’m never going to like Donald Trump. I think he’s in the category for Top 5 Worst […]

Holi-daze

This is at the same time my favorite and least-favorite time of year. The holidays mean cooking, baking, cheesy music, and¬†fancy decorations. Unfortunately, the holidays also mean stressful social situations, packed stores, and, for people with anxiety, feeling the crushing weight of inescapable social obligations (GIVE. ALL. THE. GIFTS!!!!!!!!). It also¬†means melancholy remembrances of family […]

Welcome Back

You may be wondering why I decided to restart my blog after a hiatus of nearly 6 years. I’m asking myself that as well, but some of you may have (correctly) guessed that the election had something to do with it. It did. The need to process my own thoughts and interact with people about […]