Why We Would Have Been a Different Kind of Miserable If Clinton Had Won

Let me preface this with a clear statement: There’s no world in which I don’t think the imposition of Donald Trump as President of the United States isn’t one of the worst things to ever happen to the United States. (And now, to the Kurdish people as well.)

Given our daily hell just turning on the news, I feel perversely comforted by…

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Author, "Ink from the Pen," about my 9 months using creativity as the ultimate survival tool behind bars.

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Author, "Ink from the Pen," about my 9 months using creativity as the ultimate survival tool behind bars.

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