Plato’s Republic Books IV-IX: An Analysis Essay

There is much to be learned from the great thinkers of the past. Studying the thousands-years old writings of Plato, we explore what the ideal civilisation is made of and what justice is. In doing so, there are lessons uncovered that casts a different light on the state of affairs today.

[Repost] Dear Young People, “Don’t Vote”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0e9guhV35o

[Repost] Rejection of Childhood

There are countless movies and works of literature that depict the folly of adults and their inability to take the word and worldview of children seriously. Even though all of us were children once, somehow, the word childish became something that is derogatory even to the children that it's supposed to describe. Why do we…

September 2017 Quote of the Month

"In the old days, protesters would be carried out on stretchers." --Donald Trump

[A Reblog] Repealing Dodd-Frank

During the 2007-8 Financial Crisis, I knew that people were getting royally screwed over but being a fourth grader at the time, I didn't know why or how. However, this past year, my APUSH teacher, in the process of explaining the collapse of the stock market that caused the Great Depression, likened what happened in…

A Rant: In the Light of Recent Events [June 2017]

Okay. Perhaps not everyone has studied the Cold War as I was extensively prompted to. One of the things pushed by the United States was human rights, coupled with economy and technology. When Trump was campaigning, he insisted that all the trade deals that the United States was invested in were poor negotiations and alliances…

The Polling Station

This article is going to be rather succinct as I would rather interpret the given facts. I'm going to borrow and elaborate on an idea a friend of mine had. She said that perhaps United States President Donald Trump launched airstrikes on  Russian airbases in Syria because he instead decided to become some sort of…

The elephant woke up in Mexico

Shoutout to pseudonymous for this awesome post!!

Here at Outlet, we believe in free opinion. Opinion can take many different forms and can be expressed in just as many ways. In support of a fellow creator wanting to speak out against Trump's rampage against the environment, please check out Beyond Crude, an art exhibit designed to provoke thought about the cost of…

American ADHD

Hello again! This Sunday, we're going to talk about how America gets distracted. In the meantime, for those who get their news through blogs and Facebook, I hope you'll read this. No, we're not going to be talking about the overdiagnosis of ADHD in Americans or the fact that social media and technology is supposedly…

Western Media and the Terrorist Agenda

Good morning, afternoon, evening, and night to whomever may be reading. I go by many names but the name I will be using here is nemoulysseus. I am honored to be the second writer of this blog. I may only be a student studying foreign relations but all teachers are only students who can explain…

Maybe Actually Be More of an Ass

    Let me just say straight out that I am a fan of Bill Maher's show, Real Time. Recently, in his shows, he's brought up an interesting point that I have also noticed. That is, the average Democrat and especially those who are famous are way too soft. Why do we fear offending people…