College Freshmen: Is the religious tide changing?

This excerpt is from a news story about college freshmen and their religious standards — or lack thereof. Find the link at the bottom of the post. “America’s Class of 2018 cares less about religious identity than any other group of college freshman in the last 40 years, newly released research shows. An annual survey of college […]

Cerebral Residue

But that feeling, when life is slipping from your grasp. Maybe because it was never that thunderous, at all. What will do when that happens? You know what you should do? I do. You take the fucking wheel. It’s your ride now, And it always was. The only difference is that you have the keys. […]

Zen-sanity

“He was insane. And when you look directly at an insane man all you see is a reflection of your own knowledge that he’s insane, which is not to see him at all. To see him you must see what he saw and when you are trying to see the vision of an insane man, […]

America: Revised

I wrote this piece almost (gasp) seven years ago, but it feels like it was written yesterday. Time flies when you write something dear to you and try to act out the message. This piece in particular discusses the messages laid out in prose by Jack Kerouac, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman — or, […]

Dissecting A Fallacy: How To Properly Fail At An Argument

A logical fallacy is an approach to making an argument or point by breaking rules that are known to not be sound in reasoning and logic. Some examples: Ad Hominem (the argument against the man) Attacking the person’s character instead of attacking the argument. Examples: “Why should I listen to your opinion on philosophy, you barely […]