Author Archives: Natasha Sapp

I Am An American Citizen And I’m Tired Of Hearing About Gun Control

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

Not as a second amendment zealot, an NRA stooge, not as a gun control advocate (that isn’t to say I’m particularly opposed to the idea) fed up with too much talk and too little action as school shooting after school shooting savages our future, extinguishes our best and brightest. Rather as a person wearied of hearing about gun control as if it were the only thing to control instead of violence and the impetus towards it; who recognizes unless we do that, even should gun control’s most extreme faction succeed and citizen owned guns become a thing of the past, we will simply run out of things to ban and still have humanities violent tendencies to contend with.
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Dating, Flirting, Asking Out Or Showing Romantic Interest In Age Of #metoo: In Defense Of Socially Awkward, Sexually Awkward Men

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

No it’s not a sex panic yet, but how do we avoid one; how do we appropriately punish the guilty and spare the innocent, spare people who just wanted to ask a girl out, who genuinely believed behavior to be consensual? How do we distinguish accurately between aspects like sexual regret and sexual misconduct, assault and rape; we don’t know but #metoo doesn’t either despite clamoring for social change, a society wide behavior shift. Read More

Why Mika Brzezinski Is Wrong About Work Culture, What Exactly Needs To Change

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

When will we start punishing actual bad behavior, proportionally punishing at that, instead of just blatantly generation bashing, particularly millennials, and the positives they’ve brought to the workforce? Read More

Time For An Age Of National Consent— Not So Fast— A Critique

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

It’s one of those things that looks good on paper but turns out disastrous in practice here’s why…Read More

Texas Gunman And Beyond: President Trump Is Right It’s About Mental Health

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

But if you want to talk about laws effecting mental health and the ability to buy guns, then we also have to talk about poor, non-existent coordination between law enforcement entities/agencies, lagging tech, too many databases and the information never put in them in the first place. Read More

Dear Alabama About Roy Moore: Of Course It Took Women 40 Years To Come Forward

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

He was banned from the local mall, a community WMCA, twice ousted from his judgeship for an inability to follow the constitution; what was he doing running for the United States senate even before we knew he was a bible thumping, god squad pedophiliac?

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Of Course We Should Be Taping Our Kids’ Teachers, Allowing Them To Tape Their Teachers Surreptitiously Or Otherwise

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

How administrators, parents, larger society reacts to any issues found on aforementioned recordings is the true problem; which the author illustrated with his examples, and commenters were 100% correct, there is no expectation of privacy in a public/school classroom for teachers.

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Russia Yes Kyle Kulinski, Independent Media Hold Outs, Trump Supporters There Is A There, There Part 2: Collusion Or No, It’s Time To Change Some Laws Don’t You Think?

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

Whether or not we ever get a definitive answer on collusion, collaboration between now president Trump and the Russians, whether impeachment articles are ever served on that or obstruction of justice, whether anyone involved in any kind of criminal wrongdoing ever sees the inside of a prison cell it’s time to shore up the standards of the presidency. Read More

Russia: Yes Kyle Kulinski, Independent Media Hold Outs, Trump Supporters There Is A There, There

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

Of all the people you would think would latch on to the Russia story as something worth paying attention to independent media should be at the top of the list, and to their credit most are, Cenk Uygur and his section of The Young Turks, David Packman paralleling so called mainstream media giving their audience, unlikely to view their national television news, named liberal, democrat cable sources MSNBC, CNN an understanding of what the both factual breakdown and investigative consensus is on the topic.Read More

Why We Have So Many Laws in This Country

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

Because despite all the laws we do have, all the safeguards that are in place, man’s inhumanity unto man still manages to prevail; people simply find new, more efficient ways to kill each other, swindle each other, take advantage of each other. And someone will always be waiting in the wings to put an end to the great experiment, democracy, so laws evolve and change, are added and subtracted. Why the constitution was written to be a fluid and partially malleable document. Read More