This week, once Trump found out less than ten players from the Super Bowl Champion, Philadelphia Eagles, had accept the Race-Baiter-in-Chief’s invite to the White House, he uninvited them. He then, in typical Trump fashion, lied about why and said it was because some of them had knelt during pre-game
For nearly three years I've been lucky enough to call New Orleans - the most enthralling city I've ever been to - home. In those three years, I've also taken up a new hobby: not letting White New Orleanians pat themselves on the back too hard while talking about how
Recently added to my ever growing list of reasons to despise the current president is the impossible position he put black NFL players in. He called players taking a knee during the national anthem-and please excuse my langue while I quote the president -“sons of bitches,” and then tweeted out
In the period of fifteen minutes this summer, while walking around the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, I witnessed two things which perfectly showed just how much who is president can impact how it feels to travel as an American. The first was a tour guide who pointed to a nearby
It cannot be understated how much Trump's election has deepened and widened an already enormous divide in our country. Many people have legitimate concerns about this man that are based on things he has said and has already done as president. This is unlike Obama's detractors and their wild conspiracy
The level of contention in American has reached such a level that even Anthony Bourdain has managed to piss me off, and that's saying something since I went out of my way to give him a shout out in my travel memoir. Following the election, I've basically had to stop
I'm going to vote today. I hold the precious power of a Florida vote, a vote that is actually meaningful since I live in a swing state. According to statisticians, my vote is worth three votes when compared to other votes across the country. I want to assure all of
The last time a large number of Americans cast a ballot for a 3rd party candidate - with no chance of winning - during a critical election, 4,500 US soldiers and nearly 100,000 Iraqis got killed. I know this might sound hyperbolic, but hear me out.
Way back at the turn
It's October! We're in the last quarter of the year people - make it count! Here's the Top5 finds from the past week. Like and share pretty please with a cherry on top.
PARENTING GIF OF THE WEEK
2. PERFECTLY TIMED PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
3. ABUSIVE GREETING CARDS OF THE WEEK