Zone of Non-being

Darryl Walker Jr



Against Visual Bias & No-Touch Culture (2 of 2)

In the first part of this series, I elucidated how both the Holy Bible and key philosophers privilege sight at the expense of touch. This follow-up will examine the shortcomings of this visual bias and no-touch culture. Over the past... Continue Reading →

Against Visual Bias & No-Touch Culture (1 of 2)

At an early age, we are taught that human beings process environmental stimuli through sensory organs. Barring a disability or accident, each person is equipped with the following five senses: sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste. While this list may... Continue Reading →

America’s War on Terror Generates Terrorism

At least 11 people were wounded Monday at Ohio State University when a Somali immigrant used a car to plow into a crowd of people before stabbing them. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (also known as ISIS) has... Continue Reading →

Against Working With Trump

  The Need for Protest I am hearing and reading a lot of comments criticizing the anti-Trump rallies. Some common arguments have been that they are “pointless” and “stop traffic”. But it is important to remember that – unless you... Continue Reading →

Why We Need To Fight Nihilism

In the interest of maintaining a semblance of sanity, I have not discussed or written about the presidential elections in quite some time. Pageantry now masquerades on the national stage as a substitute for critical thinking and substantive action. The... Continue Reading →

Trump Learned From America

They say Donald Trump is off the hinges because when he speaks the public cringes as if he has no sense of limits. He must have devout commitments to irrationality and non-sense. His statements are so absurd, you don’t need... Continue Reading →

Wild Republican VS. Mild Republican

Glenn Beck, a known die-hard conservative, just said that voting for Hillary Clinton could be the "moral, ethical choice." Sure, this is an indication that Donald Trump is out of control. But this also illustrates just how far the Democratic... Continue Reading →

Against the Lesser Evil: Part 2 of 2

I am tired of the simple-minded assertion that Green Party voters will tip the election in favor of Donald Trump. The standard argument used to support this idea - that Al Gore lost the 2000 presidential race to George Bush... Continue Reading →

Against the Lesser Evil: Part 1 of 2

As November inches closer, our eyes and eardrums are being bombarded with propaganda about the futility of voting for a Third Party candidate. The typical, head-in-the-sand argument is, more or less, as follows: 'Every vote that is not for Hillary... Continue Reading →

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