Literature As A Lost Art


I have hundreds of wonderful memories revolving around my family or connected to my family in some way. I was blessed with a safe and happy childhood, a luxury that many are not afforded. Honestly, it’s difficult to choose a specific memory that I could call my favorite, simply because there are so many. If […]

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Fear and Loathing Refugees


The anti-Islamic fervor from politicians on social media this week sure has me feeling my white privilege. I mean, I was raised Catholic. I feel fortunate that Donald Trump and Mike Huckabee aren’t tweeting that all Catholics are child molesters. Yet despite an extremely small percentage of Muslims being fundamentalists, many Americans are quick to […]

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