Author Archives: Michael
My assessment of the reliability, trustworthiness, and political biases of various online news sources. Continue reading
Love God. Love everyone else. The end.
Something of a rant about President Donald Trump’s attempts to bypass the tri-part balance of powers defined by the constitution (858 words). Continue reading
A couple days ago, conservative students at the University of California at Berkeley invited Milo Yiannopoulos to speak on campus. Not-so-conservative students launched a large and noisy protest, calling for the University to cancel his appearance. A few anarchists later … Continue reading
Caveat: I am an evangelical Christian. This essay is addressed mainly to my fellow evangelical Christians, especially those struggling to find ways to love and accept people whose gender identities sit outside the norm they are used to (e.g., homosexual, … Continue reading
You don’t hear the term “the American Dream” much anymore. I used to hear it a lot. I looked it up on Wikipedia the other day, and found this: The American Dream is a national ethos of the United States, … Continue reading
My eye was initially caught by the reflection of the trees on the surface of the near-still water along the opposite shore. But when I looked through the view finder to compose the scene, it was the yellow leaves that … Continue reading