Hey, at one point, there were over 150 posts, weren’t there? Yeah, there were. Some were removed at request, others were removed because by me- a lot were just small, pointless articles. As I try and rebrand this blog with … Continue reading Where did all the posts go?
Well, there are two sides to this coin, as there is in any coin. The right to bare arms is stated in the Bill of Rights, that can be granted to any citizen. However, there is also something called the Necessary and Proper Clause and General Welfare clause. It can be argued by evoking those two Constitutional rights of Congress, gun control is legal. People are getting shot, and general welfare needs to be protected. This is necessary and proper, and basically, it needs to be used for the government to carry out their duties to protect the welfare of … Continue reading Gun Control…Is it Constitutional?
This was originally posted on Avid Reader’s blog, a good friend of mine. I decided to post this on my own blog, because this was something that really mattered to me. Ever since I can remember, I’ve hated mediocrity. I’ve … Continue reading On Mediocrity and Writing
The Humanities Are not Dead And They Never Will Be Being an Indian teenager, I’m constantly told to try harder in school (A’s aren’t enough), that there’s nothing better than an Ivy or top school, and perhaps, most annoyingly, that … Continue reading The Humanities are not dead
Chapter 1 Julie Brandon Ries, Team Whimsical Cartwheel She closed the book, placed it on the table, and finally decided to walk through the door. She didn’t know why this mission made her so nervous. Perhaps because this one … Continue reading The Chronicles of Washingtonia: Saga 1-Chapter 1: Julie
The Pains of Being a Novelist Vyas Muralidharan I’m an aspiring novelist, and that’s really no secret. I spend most of my trying to write. Or at least convincing myself that I should write something related to my novel. It’s … Continue reading The Pains of Being a Novelist