My life with Asperger’s

I was told six years ago that I had Asperger’s syndrome. Up until that point, I subconsciously knew that I was different in some sort of way. Making friends, for me, wasn’t easy. I couldn’t… Continued

Defending the neurodiverse

It’s amazing when you look high up in our government how much garbage you can find. We have Betsy DeVos, who doesn’t know the very first thing about education as our education secretary, we have… Continued

Journalism or sensationalism?

It had been a brutal year-and-a-half of news coverage, filled to the brim with a constant, remorseless 24-hour stream of verbal diarrhea. The stories were all equally outrageous. Donald Trump declaring his candidacy for president,… Continued

Giving Trump a chance

Well, I never thought I would ever be saying these words, but Donald Trump will become the 45th president of the United States this January. It was an outcome most people were not expecting, especially… Continued