On November 6, 2012, on the same day that Coloradans and their fellow Americans reelected Barack Obama to the presidency, 55% of Colorado voters voted yes on Amendment 64, making Colorado the first state to legalize marijuana consumption. In doing so, Coloradans, possibly inadvertently, ruined a solemn day in the state’s history. I’m not using... Continue Reading →
Today's post is completely apolitical. That's because I want to explain how I want to run this blog and grow it moving forward, and how I want to get more people interested in what I'm working on here. At the beginning of 2018, I decided that my plan for the blog was going to mean... Continue Reading →
I've entered politics in order to fight for what I see as truly unfair systems in society. Here's what I've done about it.
This is a story I wrote about what I think is a defining experience in my life. Feedback welcome. It's all true, too. It was raining Tuesday morning. And we didn’t think it meant a thing. It was still raining when we got to the trailhead. We put trash bags over our backpacks, and started... Continue Reading →
We have a first amendment for a reason. It protects all views, no matter how horrible you may deem them. Claiming that certain ideologies should be made illegal because the vast majority of people don't agree with them silences outsiders.
I'll let you know now: I'm not calling for impeachment.
Shattered - by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes Summary: Allen and Parnes discuss the entire 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign, from Hillary's gaffed launch to the devastating conclusion on November 8th, following mostly the failures along the way that led to the eventual election of Donald Trump. Review: Now, it's really hard to relive something that... Continue Reading →
Today, I'll tell the story of the campaigns I was a part of throughout 2016