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About The Blogger

I was born and raised in the People’s Republic of Boston, Massachusetts where I attended both high school and college. Against all odds, I came out of four years of a liberal arts education as a staunch conservative, and haven’t looked back since. I make no apologies for what I believe or who that offends.

But contrary to popular belief my policy preferences aren’t driven by insensitivity, greed or lack of compassion. My personal experience has taught me that one’s true potential is more often than not self-realized only after one has been pushed by their circumstances to exceed the expectations they had for themselves, and small government is the most efficient avenue in enabling others to achieve that.

As confident as I’ve become in who I am and what I believe, it didn’t happen over night. I remember being afraid to talk about politics on my blog and remaining silent when people would casually bash right-wingers in conversation with me, not realizing that they were insulting me to my face. I remember finally gaining the courage to publicly voice my opinions, and becoming overcome with anxiety at every notification I got after the fact. I remember my peers telling me that I’d never get a job because I dared to suggest that feminists were wrong about rape and that the Baltimore protests were unproductive.

But I grew a pair, and I’m glad that I did.

It’s so easy to go with the flow, to keep your head down, to avoid confrontation and cower away from controversy. But there’s no dignity in it. I’m better than that, and you are too.

What I want to accomplish more than anything with this blog is to show conservatives in New York and Boston and LA and college classrooms and artistic industries that they’re allowed to be themselves, and they don’t have to say sorry for it.

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  • Shake shack opened a location near my apartment so I’m just looking at my feet while I can still see them before I gain the inevitable 90 lbs
  • Tbt to the time I searched every floor of union station for a Cinnabon then ended up paying $9 for the most disgusting steak and cheese I’ve ever encountered
  • Is it really Veterans Day if you don’t post a granddaddy pic? It’s easy to get wrapped up in feel good quotes and talking points on Veterans Day — and there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s a day we set aside to celebrate the men and women that decided to put service above self. But if we’re truly going to honor service and sacrifice, we don’t stop at what feels good or what’s easy to talk about — we address veteran homelessness, veteran suicide, post deployment reintegration, VA reform — and most importantly we resist unnecessary war that puts our troops in unnecessary danger. Thank you for coming to my ted talk.
  • My sandwich a lil ugly just like me 😛
  • You, an idiot and a plebe: divided by politics
Us, scholars of noble upbringing: divided by Nicki Minaj vs cardi b
  • No matter what happens tonight, I don’t have to listen to/watch political ads for another year and a half and that’s something to drink to
  • I feel like God makes sure to plop a good sunset in front of me at least once a week so I don’t go postal
  • Friday I had ice cream for breakfast and ate pizza for lunch and dinner because I’m a woman in crisis but im gonna keep telling myself carb addiction beats meth addiction until I need those wheel chair shopping carts at the grocery store 🤷🏾‍♀️