The Right to Bear Arms in Modern America

The Right to Bear Arms in Modern America

Has the right to bear arms outlived its usefulness? I find that the second amendment, an American born constitutional right, in the 21st century has by far become outdated. In the NPR debate “Has The Right To Bear Arms Outlived Its Usefulness,” Alan M. Dershowitz and Sanford Levinson argue for the motion while their opponents […]

Aristotle’s Moral Virtues

Aristotle’s Moral Virtues

Born in the Macedonian city of Stagirus, a Greek philosopher and scientist, Aristotle believed firmly that a man of virtue was so because he performed the activities of being a human well. That is, a virtuous person consistently practiced being a good person. Aristotle conceived the idea of virtue being two fold, one half was […]

Ten of the Craziest Plot Twists in Literature

Ten of the Craziest Plot Twists in Literature

Plot twists always elevate a story. Readers love a juicy plot twist. This list includes what I believe to be some of the biggest plot twists in literature. While it does not include every book with a plot twist, it does include some worthy entries. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! 1. Fight Club–Fight Club is a satirical […]