WWII Technology: The Most Influential Factor

By Max Alva It is often debated whether people are more prosperous during times of peace or times of war. Throughout history, some of the greatest technological advancements have occurred during times of war. Is it, perhaps, that having a common enemy unites people in a way that stimulates the mind and exacerbates productivity? Certainly … Continue reading WWII Technology: The Most Influential Factor

Why Having School on Veterans Day is an Utter Disrespect to America

As an educator who works privately with students across the state of Massachusetts, I was appalled to learn that some schools, such as Dana Hall of Wellesley, have chosen not to honor Veterans Day. This particular private institution has chosen to utilize its right to dictate its own academic calendar and not educate its students … Continue reading Why Having School on Veterans Day is an Utter Disrespect to America

American Satires

The JudgeUpon the piano bench sat a well-dressed judge,Who ironically was incapable of holding a grudge.He dealt with the rich, and he dealt with the poor,He could not decide whom he pitied more.In murder cases, robberies, and DUIs,This judge is very keen on detecting lies.Persecuting the guilty is the basis of his job,But never does … Continue reading American Satires

Capitalism is the American Way

What is wrong with the northeast?!! John Hancock, Thomas Jefferson, and our other founding fathers must be rolling over in their graves. The states that had so much to do with the birth of America--a country founded upon Capitalism & faith in God--have completely lost sight of what makes America the land of opportunity & the land … Continue reading Capitalism is the American Way