Tag: Politics

A Controversial Punishment: Chemical Castration in Oklahoma

A Controversial Punishment: Chemical Castration in Oklahoma

This past year’s news cycles have been dominated with more stories of sexual assault, harassment and misconduct than anyone thought previously possible. Influential people across almost every industry segment have been implicated in stories of harrowing assault and misdeeds. Whether it were the atrocities committed by brave individuals by men of power like Harvey Weinstein… Read More

A Bigly Book: Separating Truth From Fiction in “Fire and Fury”

Doanld Trump and Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury

Often you find a book that either sparks huge debate or becomes fodder for many late night television hosts. Whether it’s the 20 thousand similarly titled books that highly conservative pundit and possible scarecrow Ann Coulter has released about her very negative opinions on President Obama, literature still has the uncanny ability in this Snapchat… Read More

A Meme-Worthy Administration: CNN Releases It’s Nine Most Internet-Lampooned Political Personalities

Donald Trump Administration

When America elected a reality television star as the nation’s Commander in Chief, we should have expected his administration to be reminiscent of a reality TV show itself. With more in-fighting and backstabbing insults towards one another — not to mention more firings and dismissals than any administration previously — the Trump administration has become… Read More

Texas Capital to Initiate Class Program for Low Level Marijuana Possession


An issue that’s become part of national political discourse recently is cannabis legalization. Ever since California allowed medical marijuana in 1996 and Colorado lead the recreational movement by becoming the first state to legalize recreational cannabis during the aftermath of the 2012 election, other states have followed suit, in either medical or fully recreational capacities.… Read More

When You’re A Robot, They Let You Do It: Trump Animatronic Placed In Magic Kingdom’s Hall of Presidents

Trump Robot

In the inexplicably popular land of unfiltered madness and chaos that 21 million people visit every year that I not so lovingly call my former employer, Magic Kingdom, one ride has somehow stood the test of time by not only utilizing American history itself but also offering pristine air conditioning against the hellish, brutal Floridian… Read More