Category: Politics

There’s A Bear In The Campsite! – Why Politics Is Poised For Disruption

“Soon there will be two types of candidates: those that embrace social media and those that lose elections”

"Soon there will be two types of candidates: those that embrace social media and those that lose elections"

Barriers and Bubbles – Fake News and the Future of Journalism

"This is not the end.  It is not even the beginning of the end.  But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning." - Sir Winston Churchill  People will look back at this time in history and say "this is where it started" and what has started is the end of our fourth estate as we ...

Failing Successfully – A Short Guide On How To Fail

There was a moment in history we as people looked up for the very first time [at the stars] and never would it be the same.  We brought our own relevance and capabilities into question with a majesty that, to this day, maintains an unrelenting hold on our lives.  As sophisticated as we may feel ...

Free and Uncomfortable – What the NFL and Campus Protests Have Shown Us

I WILL BE THE FIRST TO AGREE that there is no shortage of issues that need our attention as a nation but there is a common underlying theme that has been prominent in our social dialogue that I felt compelled to discuss and offer my perspective; that theme being the First Amendment to the United States Constitution ...

History Class – How History May Never Be The Same

YOU CAN HAVE NO IDEA, how often one could find me wandering the tangential halls of Youtube.  If ever you wish to truly enter the mind of someone else - let me give you an easy way to do so. No need to ask deep, uncomfortable and perhaps (arguably) abstract questions.  No need to spend ...

Logicrats – A New Paradigm (Book Launch)

It is humbling to have the opportunity to announce the **Official Launch** of my first book within the Logicrat label. This book has been in the making for many years and through great effort and in some cases restraint, I have been afforded the opportunity to share this work with all of you. I would ...