Build Big

If one has noticed during the two years in which my blog has existed, my true passion has come out not when talking about war or national elections, but rather when talking about urban policy and development. What is the point of debating the funding of a strong military or business taxes if there is […]

What Makes a Great Nation?

As part of our current section in AP Government on lobbying in the United States, my teacher came up with the marvel idea that we as students would become the lobbyists. Our assignment was to find an interest group which catered to some passion of ours and essentially become the voice of that interest group. […]

A Blessing and a Curse for the Freeway City

While I was driving back to Los Angeles Saturday on the 110 freeway from a performance in Long Beach I came across something that I have never seen before; toll roads. I had never expected to see toll roads north of Orange County (or along the entire west coast for that matter) and did not […]

Endeavor to Improve

  Over two weeks since the arrival of the space shuttle Endeavor in Los Angeles, it has come to its final resting place at the Los Angeles Science Center. I was present during the last leg of her journey as she passed the University the Southern California which inspired me to express my thoughts surrounding […]

Respectable Politics

First off, I would like to say welcome back my readers. This short hiatus has seen many changes throughout the world, so I will dispense with the pleasantries and dive right into things. I assume that (hopefully) all of my readers are by now aware of Paul Ryan being chosen as the Vice Presidential candidate […]