Stop Trying to Make the Wall Happen

The great Maya Angelou once said, “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.”

People, more or less, are predictable. You can observe patterns in traffic to predict when you’re about to get cut off on the freeway. You can anticipate someone running to tell someone else something you said. If that guy or girl doesn’t text you back? Well, the signs were probably there that he or she was just not that into you. Read More…

Can Compassion Exist in Voting?

The other day, I went to visit one of my best friends who had moved to Atlanta. It was my first time there. The visit was lovely, but one of the highlights for me occurred in the airport drop-off lane.

Funny thing about the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport…the passenger pick-up and drop-off locations are one in the same. If you ask me, it’s a mess. Read More…

Justice Kavanaugh? Try Again

The country has recently witnessed the Senate Confirmation Hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the Trump Administration’s latest Supreme Court nominee. Following the confirmation hearing, we all got to witness a second hearing in which psychology professor and sexual assault victim, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, was able to present her account of what happened to her one night in high school, a night in which she alleges Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. Read More…