Life on the Curb

If you’ve never lived somewhere you see many evictions, I think it’s important people see for themselves what it looks like when a family has no place to go and is forced to leave their entire collective home and life on the curb. During the 2020 pandemic, the US Congress passed a moratorium on evictionsContinue reading “Life on the Curb”

Anonymous Vs QAnon

From altering internet culture to covering for world leaders, QAnon has proven itself an anti-h4x0r enemy rather than an ally. What’s more, the misconception that QAnon is associated with Anonymous has damaged the reputation of hacktivists the world over. Now that the world knows that Ratcliffe, the new Trump appointed Director of National Intelligence, hasContinue reading “Anonymous Vs QAnon”

Death of the Red Scare

Why the US millennials are calling each other “comrade”, openly debating government systems, and creating autonomous zones in defense of Black Lives Matter: A post-Trump US needs to be prepared for serious change with regard to government agencies, policies, and operating procedures.  How We Think About Russia  The discussion I once had with my familyContinue reading “Death of the Red Scare”