Super PACs and My High School Class President
I had my first dabble in politics during my senior year in high school, when I agreed to help a close friend run for student body president. What started out as a harmless venture into high school politics so he could meet girls, turned into an ugly, downright shameful campaign that would have made Mitt Romney proud. Our campaign strategy was simple, we would raise money for the campaign by...
Style Guide for The Working Man →
Anchor Division has become my new favorite style blog, vintage threads and motorcycles. Need I say more.
Report Finds An End To Segregated Neighborhoods
A recent report found segregated neighborhoods and inter-city ghettos to be on the decline, but what about Westlake? Having grown up in a predominantly white neighborhood, I find this a bit hard to believe myself. A study by the Manhattan Institute reports that “metropolitan areas are now more integrated than any time since 1910.” Jacob Vigdor, the coauthor of the report was recently...
Getting The Word Out For Ron Paul
As the Republican presidential race continues on its crash course towards the hearts and minds of the bewildered American public. Every bit of promotion helps and in Ron Paul’s case, he may just need it. Compared to the other Republican candidates, Paul has often gotten the cold shoulder from the mainstream media according to a recent article from The Atlantic Wire. A study by the Pew...
Brainwash 2.0 How advertising has its grasp on you and you might not even know it If your life is anything like mine, you awake to your alarm clock blaring an ad for some expensive sports car that you cannot afford or have not had a midlife crisis yet to want. Then while procrastinating before getting ready for work, you turn on the T.V. to find yet series of ads trying to hock another useless...