After alluding to doing so at his Arizona rally a few days ago, President Trump followed through with his promise and pardoned former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Sheriff Arpaio was a controversial figure during Obama’s administration, allowing/urging law enforcement to use harsh tactics to catch illegal immigrants in the state. During his rally, Trump referenced … Continue reading Why It’s Important That Trump Pardoned Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio
As I sit at a terminal in Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, I have a lot of time to reflect on the state of airport security in 2017. Everywhere around me are people of different nationalities, all of whom speak a wide array of languages, whether it's English, Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic and more. Although we … Continue reading Is the TSA a Necessary Evil?
Taking a break from all of the political drama going on in the world, my family and I decided to head over to Chase Field here in Phoenix, AZ and watch the Los Angeles Dodgers play against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Although Arizona was the home team, I didn’t really have a horse in the race, … Continue reading Take Me Out to the Ball Game: Dodgers v Diamondbacks at Chase Field
After an incredible week of seeing nature, meteor craters, and high scale shopping districts, the final element to my tour of Arizona for my visiting girlfriend was to show her a true wild west town. I’ve always been in love with western towns, cowboys, and saloons, and I was always surprised meeting people who weren’t … Continue reading Showing My Girlfriend the West: Tombstone, Arizona
As I stated in my 4th of July blog, my long distance girlfriend is currently in town visiting me in Arizona for the summer. I’ve been attempting to give her the full Arizona experience, starting first with the Meteor Crater and the cool scenic desert landscapes of Sedona and Flagstaff. Today, I decided to take … Continue reading Showing My Girlfriend the West: Old Town Scottsdale
Today I wanted to avoid politics and instead do a sort of travel blog. My girlfriend Emily is currently in town visiting me (we’re long distance for a ⅓ of the year) and my family decided to show her around the grand old state of Arizona. For today’s journey, we showed her Sedona, Jerome, and … Continue reading How Seeing a Meteor Crater Gave Me Some Perspective
For the first time in weeks, nothing huge happened in politics today that’s worth covering. There was a small development in the CNN story I talked about yesterday though. It turns out that James O’Keefe will be putting out a video a day all this week exposing CNN and their faking of the Trump/Russia narrative. … Continue reading 5 Things I Love About Going to Baseball Games