Tag: politics

  • 2018 Facebook Resolutions

    2018 Facebook Resolutions

    [This is an adapted version of a private note I posted to my personal Facebook profile on January 1st, 2018.] I’m a very pro-social-media person. I love having so much access to so much information, and I love having so many ways to keep up with friends and family that I don’t get to see […]

  • Discourse in the Garden of Eden

    When I was a teenager, I heard a preacher whose name I’ve forgotten say that Eve fell prey to the Serpent because she tried to reason with him. The preacher’s point was that Eve shouldn’t have relied on foolish things like logical discourse, and should’ve shut the Serpent down the second he dared to debate […]

  • Let’s try this weekly recap thing

    You’ve probably noticed that I haven’t been blogging as much these days. Or maybe you haven’t noticed because you’re one of the many people who doesn’t read blogs that much anymore. Which is no big deal. Internet culture changes fast, and it’s an internet creator’s job to keep up with it. So that’s why most […]

  • #AmethystForPrez – All About My Base

    Last month, I formally declared that I am running for president in 2020. (I won’t be old enough to run in 2016, but hey, everyone else is announcing that they’re running in a year that is not this year.) In that announcement post, I said that my platform would be “platform shoes.” Now, obviously, I […]

  • Is “Princess” a Career?

    Last week I blogged about my take on princess culture and why I don’t hate it. Apparently Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor saw my post and thought, “Hey, this sounds like a timely topic! I think I’ll go on national television and address the nation about it.” (A blogger can dream, right?) Judge Sotomayor comes […]