In my eyes, my skills at composition of poetry are questionable, but you know what’s more questionable? The healthcare system of the U.S., because in a society that claims to have good human rights standards, it’s impossible to justify letting people die in the name of capitalism.
This article will probably seem significantly less academic than the last one, or at the very least of less importance, but I assure you it isn’t. The other day, I went to our school cafeteria. I whipped out my lunch card (which I had recently found after having lost it for over three months) and … Continue reading Raisins: the antagonists of the culinary world
In the year 2010, the deadliest American outbreak of whooping cough in fifty years occurred in California. Ten infants lost their lives as a result of this horrifying incident, and many more contracted the disease and suffered serious symptoms. When we picture low vaccination rates, we form a visual picture of some far-off developing country … Continue reading Vaccination in the Western World
In the popular television series The Good Place, Eleanor Shellstrop goes to heaven, aka the Good Place. She enters her utopic house, and finds a machine which has recorded every single action in her entire life, and assigned it positive or negative points. The total point value, she is told, has determined whether or not … Continue reading The Game of Life: China’s Social Credit System
When that adorable six-year old in a sash comes to your door selling delicious sugary treats every year, who could possibly say no? Well, it turns out that you probably should.