As I currently watch my supply of toilet paper dwindle dangerously low day by day, I tend to day dream about my plan of action for the day that the roll hits cardboard. I think to myself: "Paper towels could work, but that will feel like sand paper after a while, and the leaves falling … Continue reading The toilet paper conundrum: A lesson on wealth inequality in the USA
Pulling back the veil of El Salvador
El Salvador is not the country that you think it is
I went to an unfenced section of the southern border. Here’s what I found.
Anyone who has not been living under a rock could tell you that security at the southern border has become a hot issue of debate during this presidential cycle. As I listen to politicians, middle Americans, Democrats, Republicans, blatantly partisan news anchors, and bumper sticker flaunting owners of lifted pickups alike bicker about the severity … Continue reading I went to an unfenced section of the southern border. Here’s what I found.
Scenes from the Los Angeles #WomensMarch
People all across the word took to the streets on Donald Trump's first day in office, here is the Los Angeles Womens March.