Political Socialization

For the past six years I have gone to the same barber and have received the same fifteen dollar haircut that we (the barber and I) have come to label as the “Southern Swoop” (also previously known as the Democrat, the Kennedy, or in some places the Republican). I usually tip my barber five dollars, … Continue reading Political Socialization

The Sun and the Statue

The fidget spinners are gone and there is a new fad in town. Solar Eclipse glasses. In a matter of weeks the average price of a 10-pack of Solar Eclipse glasses went from $8 to $159.00. These special glasses are not expensive to make according to this article. The frames of eclipse glasses are made … Continue reading The Sun and the Statue

The Butterfly Effect

If you were to ask a random person who they believed to be the most influential person of the 20th Century, you would probably hear the names: Albert Einstein, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mahatma Gandhi, or Muhammad Ali, etc. Unless you are a follower of Dan Carlin or you are an avid history junkie, chances are … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect