On June 19th, 2017 the Supreme Court ruled that restricting sex offenders access to social media platforms children have access to was unconstitutional. Some organizations throughout the country are fighting to lessen restrictions on sex offenders because many of the restrictions make it difficult for them to continue to live their lives normally after they have served their sentence. ( Continue reading Sex Offenders, Social Media and Freedom of Speech
Conflicts of interest have been making their way into the public eye even more so than usual for the last year due to the uniqueness of the last presidential election. Throughout the election, every group attempted to shine a light on conflicts of interests on all sides. Since Trump’s promise to “drain the swamp” what has been happening? What are the legislative movements? Administrative movements? Social movements? Let’s take a look at what constitutes as a conflict of interest and how it has been influencing our political system and lives as of late. Continue reading The Continual Conflict
Many bills recently proposed simply go way too far when it comes to women’s rights and decisions. I think the people (mostly men) who are writing these bills often forget bills limiting women’s rights and options when it comes to their bodies are not “abortion crusaders” but restricting access and forcing a completely unfair narrative on people without knowing a single thing about their circumstance. I truly believe Continue reading When ‘Pro Life’ Bills Go Too Far.
I had the pleasure of attending a recent talk put on by AEI and Junior Achievement—Rocky Mountain with Dr. Nick Eberstadt titled “Men Without Work: America’s Invisible Crisis”. When I RSVP’d to this talk, I was hesitant, thinking I was walking into a “misogamist, patriarchy trap”, but was surprised and intrigued by the subject matter. Continue reading What does ‘Men without Work: America’s Invisible Crisis’ Really Mean?