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End of Iran Deal is the beginning of War

President Trump withdrawing the United States from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or Iran Deal effectively ends the international peace agreement. Unfortunately, the end of the Iran Deal is the beginning of war. The Iran Deal’s objective was to end that countries nuclear weapons program. To date, the deal has stopped Iran from […]

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End Racism Now

Shootings, vandalism, demonstrations, outbursts spreading hate. These are the things we see; everywhere it seems. But it’s finally time to say racism has no place in American society. Recently, a member of the Charleston Transportation Committee went on a racial tirade via Twitter regarding former President Obama’s portrait unveiling. The individuals outburst read: This individual “claims” […]

America is fired Read more

Dear America …

Dear America, you’re already good. You’re not as great as you used to be in some categories compared to years past, but you’re still good. What you need is a leader that will lead you past these partially sunny days and onto greener pastures. You can do a lot better than the past 16 years, […]

The GOP Needs a Hero Read more

The GOP Needs a Hero

The GOP Needs a Hero I consider myself more of a spiritual man, than religious one, but I know I would not like to be in purgatory. However, I’m afraid the party that took my political virginity     – first as a supporter, then of legal age to vote – is heading into political […]

Our priorities suck Read more

Our priorities suck

Here’s a little heads up, if you’re overly sensitive and can’t stomach criticism, stop reading here. For everyone else, this post is about priorities and the importance of news and information. Actually, it’s an open rant about how fuc*ing sensitive American society has become and where we focus our energy. Frankly, our priorities suck! The […]

Baseball is America Read more

Baseball is America

I was born in Iran in 1978 and my mom moved us to Los Angeles in 1984. One of my very first memories in my adopted homeland was watching the 1984 National League Championship Series between the Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres. I’m not entirely sure what my initial thoughts were as I watched […]