Tag: Government

MICROMANAGE OFFSPRING: HOW SOCIETY FEELS ABOUT IMPLANTED CHIPS IN CHILDREN

“We need to monitor them.” track your child As a parent, you want to monitor what your child is doing at all times. That means you have to constantly be on the up and up, especially in these ever changing times. So as time…

FUTURE MILITARIZATION: WHAT WILL MORE MODERN WARFARE LOOK LIKE IN TIME

“More expensive, less lives lost.” serving our country Over time, our military has changed both socially and technologically. But what will happen in the future the more technology advances? Because the more it (technology) advances the less need there is for people themselves to…

TWO TERM TRUMP: COULD A DOUBLE WIN EFFECT THE ECONOMY

“A successful 2020 run.” two times the charm Sitting here and observing the landscape of the United States socially and politically, you can’t help but to acknowledge the idea of Trump winning twice. What could happen if anything from a second win? I know…

REGIONAL SEGREGATION: WILL REGIONS EVER WANT THEIR OWN ECONOMIES AGAIN

“What was in past may be our future.” united areas The United States borders as with any other country has went through multiple transformations over the past two hundred years. But could we be seeing another shift in the years to come? Could the…

DMV HORROR STORY: WHY I HATE CONDUCTING BUSINESS AS A MOTORIST

“Serving number what, SMH!” Yesterday, I went to the DMV to get a new identification card because my license has expired. And for those of you living under a rock, the DMV is the Department of Motor Vehicles. And if you’ve ever been there…

TRUTHERS: WHY CONSPIRACIES OCCUR AFTER MASSIVE EVENTS

“Planned randomness, or randomness?” No matter if it’s the September 11th attacks that claimed the lives of a few thousand to the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, people are already starting to put together their conspiracies as to what “REALLY” took place in…

WORTHLESS WELFARE: WHY IT DOES MORE HARM THAN HELP TO A COMMUNITY

“You might make it, but despite and in spite of.” Growing up in the inner city, I had a lot of people around me who were on welfare. From my mother at one point in time, to the neighbor up the street, friends, family,…