Short Takes: Martha’s Vineyard, Pronouns, Gender Identity

Martha’s Vineyard Whenever I hear Martha’s Vineyard, I am reminded of the trip my family and I took to Plymouth, Massachusetts when I was quite young. We were on some sort of boat, and I think someone must have made some reference as to where Martha’s Vineyard was from our position. I looked out and […]

The Crumbling Case for Abortion Bans

Already, I am feeling a bit vindicated about my opinions about the overturning of Roe v. Wade. While the Republican side of the political spectrum has been pushing and preparing for the overturning of Roe for decades, and the Democrats seem to have been caught flat footed, we are already seeing what I believe is […]

But I’m Right: An Opinion on Abortion That Everyone Will Hate

Political Homelessness Before the 2016 election, I did not think too much about politics. Unconsciously and half-heartedly buying into the political culture that surrounded me in my Liberal surroundings (northern New Jersey, Rutgers University, and New York City), I thought that Democrats were decent, Conservatives were religious nuts, and Washington DC was corrupt and couldn’t […]

Woke Thugs-N-Sophistry

On Monday May 2nd, 2022, Politico dropped a story about a draft SCOTUS opinion that had been leaked to them which revealed that the court was preparing to overturn Roe v. Wade. The nation dutifully took to their posts on each side of the dividing partisan line and began to bicker about the ethics of […]

Groom and Doom

I wanted to highlight a Twitter thread about grooming in schools that I think is quite important. I disagree with the labeling the author, a Christian podcaster named Josh Daws, uses because grooming children is not the goal of “The Left”, it is the goal of leftists who are unwitting (or in some cases witting) […]

How to Become a “Witch”

In an episode of the Darkhorse podcast, Bret Weinstein lays out a paradigm of the societal grouping mechanics during a witch hunt, and I would like to reiterate them here (mostly for my own memory. I find this to be very clear and precise). I will add only how the witch hunt starts, which he […]

The Lawn Mower of Equity

Often, we hear the word equity. Aside from the financial meaning, it is typically used to describe a more fair and desirable society. It is, however, a trojan horse and should be examined carefully at the gates before it is allowed to enter any conversation. When you challenge people to describe what equity is, they […]

Fly in the Ointment: Tiger Woods

Today, Tiger Woods posted a video of a range session. It is the first time people have seen him swing a club since his car accident in February 2021 from which he sustained terrible leg injuries. It has been a long recovery and fans have been anxiously anticipating the first sign that his career might […]

Anti-vaxx, Not Anti-vaxx

These have been a dark couple months for me. I sensed a wave forming hundreds of miles away, and sure enough it has drawn near and threatens to wash me away.  I started receiving queries on whether I had gotten the vaccine in March. Some people were surprised to hear me say I hadn’t immediately […]

I Realize This Looks Bad

Many of the relationships and associations I have had in my life have been with Asians, but it has been serendipitous. I am actually a bit insecure about this pattern and I recently had an impulse to post 3 stories to my Instagram that triggered this insecurity. Let’s do a brief recap of relationships in […]


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