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Thursday, December 7, 2017

UC Application Essays

1. Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes, or contributed to group efforts over time.

Having always conceptualized myself as a natural born leader, however arrogrant that may be inferred, I have always feverishly hurdled towards any opportunity to take on roles of leadership wherever they may present themselves. Stressing this point, it is of little surprise to my friends, family, peers and colleagues that when the President of the Philosophy Club at LAVC transferred after Spring 2017, I was more then elated to fill the position. Sporting an extensive collection of political and philosophical literature, many of the discussion topics that I prepared for the club meetings have been works from my own personal library. With this intimate level of familitarity with the books being discussed, it was easy for me to call on people and even ask them deep questions about the text. And in my efforts to positively influence the members of my club, I made it my sworn duty to take the most introverted club members and call upon them to speak at every meeting. There is a great beautiful sense of emotional nakedness that comes with public speaking, and everyone should be made to feel naked sometimes. There is an awesome sense of personal growth that comes with public speaking, and some of our most introverted club members come to every single meeting. What does this tell us? That obviously these introverts like being forced out of their shell. Too often no one tries to hear what they have to say because it’s too much work to get them to talk. But at the Philosophy Club I have built a social environment, an atmosphere in which the frequently non-vocal will find their voice. 

2. Every person has a creative side, and it can be expressed in many ways: problem solving, original and innovative thinking, and artistically, to name a few. Describe how you express your creative side.  

Public speaking has taught me how to magically connect with anyone. Public speaking has taught me the psychology of self-motivation. Public speaking has helped me to understand the importance and the productivity of failure. As failure is the only truly objective form of constructive critictism. Public speaking has taught me the importance of how one broadcasts themselves. Public speaking is unequivocally without contest my greatest skill as it has served me in countless facets of my life. In my professional endeavors, sales work has always suited my personality quite well. Over time I learned to stop selling the products in which I was pushing, and I learned to sell the only product that any salesmen in the history of the world has ever sold, and that product was thyself. And through this lesson, I learned the most important public speaking tactic of all, delivery is more important then content. This is true of politics. This is true of performance art. And this is especially true of sales. In my stand-up comedy, my delivery of a joke is what makes or breaks it. As President, when I’m leading a Philosophy Club discussion, the way in which I lecture the given topic determines how well I maintain the focus and enthrallment of the club members. It doesn’t matter if the content itself is interesting, if the presentation is laxadaisacal and utterly mundane, wrecked boredom will surely follow. In my High School debate tournaments, it didn’t matter how politically unsophiscated and factually bankrupt my arguments were, at the end of the day the judges remembered my vigor and vitality, my energy and my enthusiam, more then they remembered my opponent’s statistics and cited sources.   

3. What would you say is your greatest talent or skill? How have you developed and demonstrated that talent over time?  

Stand-up comedy is the greatest art form there is. Because it has done so much to damage my fragile ego. It has humbled me and wounded me in the most painful ways. But it has been a constructive pain. The kind of pain that leaves you stronger in the aftermath. An innumberable amount of bad five minute sets and a sea of failed punch-lines on that comedy onstage has given me a resilience that I didn’t know I had. It has challenged me to keep marching forward in the face of adversity. It has challenged me to ignore the worst parts of my subconscious which tell me that I’m not good enough. Stand-up comedy has taught me that there are two types of pain. There is pain that exists for the sake of pain. That’s the first type of pain. The second type is the one that helps you grow. The kind of pain that teaches you that you are stronger then you ever knew you were. As human beings, our artwork is how we express what’s in our hearts, and a great comedian is not afraid to get their heartbroken. And all the comedians that we all know as household names have had their hearts broken, time and time again. And the scariest part about comedy is that even when you’ve gotten good at it, you’re still going to have nights where you bomb. And that is what grounds me and terrifies me and keeps my pride and my narcissism in check. A stand-up comic is always at the mercy of the crowd, and at the end of the day, you are their court jester and you feed hungrily off of their fleeting approval, and that in itself requires great humility. And after 3 years of doing stand-up comedy since graduating High School and turning 18, I can confidently say that my short time as a comedian has given me some of the best parts of myself.  

4. Please describe how you have prepared for your intended major, including your readiness to succeed in your upper-division courses once you enroll at the university.

I will be graduating from LAVC with my Associates Degree in History. I have taken most of the history classes that Los Angeles Valley College has to offer. Which has made me exceptionally qualified to help my friends at LAVC with their coursework, essays and exam studying if they just so happen to be taking a history class. And since many of my friends are History Majors, I find myself being quite useful quite often. 

Throughout my community college career, I’ve organized various study groups. Sometimes if its a subject I’m not as familiar with, someone else can lead the study sessions but for the history class groups and other social science classes, I took a leadership role. The most recent example being when I took my History 11 course this summer. I organized a study group. It was actually more perfect then it would have been if I had taken it during the spring semester or fall semester because summer classes meet everyday, Monday through Thursday. With this structure, the entire group met every single day afterclass to review the material, work on our coursework and with an exam once a week, study vigorously and quiz one another. 

But forming a History 11 study group was not an isolated incident. Before this past summer session, I formed a study group in my Anthropology 111 class in the spring semester. My love of history translates into a passion for many of the social sciences. And although my peers may have grown tired of it, during exam weeks, I drilled them like a marine sergeant. There were five of us in the study group. The three ladies in our group ended the class with A’s, while the two gentlemen (which includes myself) in our group ended the class with B’s. No one walked away from that study group with anything less then an 85% in the class. 

I’m sure your University offers many tutoring services and I’m sure your students are quick to form study groups. This is the criteria of a good student. One who contributes back to his community, his college and his fellow peers by enriching university life. And forming study groups enriches the social environment of the campus. 

And a good student who enriches campus life is the one who doesn’t wait for others to form study groups so that they can tag along. A good student puts his best foot forward, and organizes his peers into a productive cohesive body with a shared purpose. I know that as a history major and as someone who has a great passion for the social sciences, I will put my best foot forward and I will form study groups and organize my peers into a productive cohesive body with a shared purpose. 

I am a student who has formed study groups, taken on leadership roles for clubs on campus and I even ran (unsuccessfully) for student body to serve in the Associated Student Union. 


We should allow animal testing. Firstly, its a practice that has been going on for thousands of years. Secondly, it is highly regulated. Thirdly, it saves people’s lives. Fourthly and finally, we’ve had a terrible history using human subjects in our experiments. Let’s break down each of these points with further clarity. 
Firstly, animal research is not some new phenomenon. Animal testing has been an important part of our scientific development since ancient times. According to ProCon.Org, “Descriptions of the dissection of live animals have been found in ancient Greek writings from as early as circa 500 BC.” To discover the functions of living organisms, physicians like Herophilus and Aristotle, who lived from 384 to 322 BC, performed animal experiments. The famous philosopher and French scientist Rene Descartes, who lived from 1596 to 1650, experimented on live animals inlcuding eels, fish and even rabbits. But none of these experiments were practiced in vain. Every one of these experiments was performed to achieve a greater understanding of the world around us. The famous English physician William Harvey who lived from 1578 to 1657 discovered that it was not the lungs that circulated blood throughout the body but rather the heart, as a result of his testings on live animals.
Secondly, for those who are greatly concerned with the welfare of animals, it should be stated that animal testing in the United States is highly regulated. Animal testing in the United States is regulated by the AWA, which stands for the Animal Welfare Act. According to UnderstandingAnimalResearch.Org, “The AWA requires that each research facility develop an internal Institutional Animal Committee  to represent society's concerns regarding the welfare of animal subjects.” There is no limit necessarily to how many people can serve on these committees, but there must be a minimum of three board members. One of these members must be an individual with a veterinary background and one must be someone from outside of the institution who can objectively assess the inner workings of the facility making sure they it meets AWA regulation.
Thirdly, nearly every medical breakthrough involves animal testing and research. If you’re a someone whose ever taken an antibiotic, vaccine, blood transfusion, dialysis, organ transplant, chemotherapy, bypass surgery, joint replacement then you owe it to animal research. According to, “Animal research has developed vaccines for tuberculosis, meningitis and polio.” Thanks to animal research, we have the invention of the asthma inhaler. Asthma treatment, which involves ventolin in “the reliever inhalers” and flixotide in “the preventer inhalers” are medicines that we tested in animal research facilties. Sir Alexander Fleming shared his Nobel Prize for discovering penicillin with Howard Florey and Ernst Boris Chain who, by testing in on mice, discovered how it could be used to fight infections.
Fourthly and finally, if we didn’t use animals we would have to use humans. How is it more ethical to put a human’s life in harm’s way? We’ve already had a terrible history with human experimentation. According to, “In 1932 the US government, as a part of The Tuskgee Study, injected 400 African-American sharecroppers with syphilis, and preceded to administer placebo treatments to observe the fatal progression of the disease.” At Auschwitz, Dr. Josef Mengele performed experiments on over 1,500 sets of imprisoned twins to study the genetics in twins, of which fewer than 200 individuals survived. In the 1950s and 1960s, under Project MK-ULTRA the CIA ran a mind-control research program administering LSD to subject’s without their informed consent or knowledge in order to study their reactions.  
Opponents of animal testing say it’s cruel to experiment on animals. They say that it is an inhuman practice and alternative methods should replace animal testing. Animal experiments are used to test the safety of new medicines and vaccines, but opponents say that these experiments cause pain to the animals and can greater reduce their quality of life. Opponents say that if torturing an animal is morally wrong, then animal experimentation is morally wrong. The arguement against animal research and testing in summarization states that the level of suffering of these animal subjects is so high that its benefits to human society do not give it moral justification.  

The scientific achievements that have been made in the fields of medical science would not have been possible without the knowledge we have attained from animal research. Aids is no longer the death sentence it was 30 years ago, because of animal research. Since the development of taxmoxifen, breast cancer death rates have fallen 30%, because of animal research. The development of the asthma inhaler is because of animal research. The insulin that Type I diabetics rely on for their day to day survival, is because of animal research. In conclusion, animal research has saved people’s lives, and all the medicinal products that we take for granted every single day is thanks to animal research.  


Cris Black Roast Jokes

  1. Listen, my intention with this roast is not to make Cris feel like a worthless piece of shit. That’s his wife’s job. 
  2. Cris’s mother is so old, black and Jewish…she saves money by spindling her own cotton tampons. 
  3. Cris’s last name is black. And isn’t it obvious why. Before he had his name changed to Black, his name was Cris the Aids riddled Monkey Fucker. Or as his friends like to call him. [Clicking Sounds]
  4. Cris has African American blood pumping through his veins, because he refuses to buy clean heroine needles. 
  5. Cris has African American blood pumping through his veins, but enough about Cris’s sex life.
  6. Cris has so much African American blood pumping his veins, he’s thinking about changing his name to Cris Kardashian. 
  7. Cris is one of my funniest friends, but that’s only because I don’t have many friends. 
  8. Cris is very old. So old that he has the Gettsyburg address memorized. But that’s just because he was there.
  9. Cris is so black and Jewish, so he’s qualified to be a NFL Player, and treat me for my concussion. 
  10. Cris is black, and you know what that means, he has a huge…arrest record. 
  11. Cris, unlike most black men, Cris can’t shoot hoops, but that’s only because ever time Cris looks at a hoop, he makes him think about he donuts. 
  12. Cris, despite being Black and Jewish, is often mistaken for a Hispanic, which is awful, because Cris hates Hispanics. I kid. I kid. Cris loves the Hispanic people. And he should, because the abortion his Mother wished she had looks like a plate of nachos. 
  13. Cris is a very intellectual man, he’s philosophical, he’s political, he’s very well read, it sometimes surprises me that he’s only half Jewish.
  14. Cris was raised in a Christian home, which is why it should come as no surprise that Cris has been nailed by many Italian guys.
  15. Cris was raised Christian, and so it should come as no surprise that Cris’s all time hero, is Jerrod from Subway. I can’t tell who was more turned on by the story of God impgrenating a 14 year old Mother Mary, Cris or Jerry Sandusky.
  16. Did you know that Cris has visited so many glory holes over the years that he was actually the one who invented the term, Hands Up Don’t Shoot?
  17. Did you know that the question Do Black Lives Matter entered the public domain 24 hours after Cris was born?
  18. But in seriousness, there is never any reason you should ever shoot an armed black man, unless your shooting a gay porn video with Cris…but even then it’s a bit iffy. Because Cris has never really been a cum in the face kind of guy. He proves it on his back. Because as a fat man, that’s the only place his body lotion can’t reach. 
  19. Cris is so fat his diabetes has diabetes. 
  20. Cris is so ugly, when he joined Black Lives Matter, the organization started to question the name of their organization.
  21. Cris has some slight Hispanic resemblances, but that’s because he doesn’t deserve to be in America.
  22. Cris is such an interesting person. We were on the phone the other day for nearly an hour, as he helped me fix my cable box. 



  1. What does it mean to take Pride in Your Work?
  2. Ender’s Game Quotes
  3. “In the Moment When I Defeat My Enemy, I also Love Him.” Ender’s Game Quotes
  4. The Sons of Caesar (Historical Book) Caligula Chapter
  5. Right to Die
  6. Assisted Suicide
  7. Voluntary Euthanasia
  8. Copernican Solar System Model
  9. The Iron Dream by Norman Spinrad
  10. The Rise of Fascism by Benito Mussolini
  11. Woman Rights in Saudi Arabia
  12. The Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes
  13. Biblical Sea Monster, Leviathan, Wikipedia Herman Goering, Hitler’s Second in Command, History Channel Documentary, YouTube .com
  14. James VI, Stuart Dynasty, End of the Tudor Dynasty
  15. Ayn Rand, Objectivism, Anton LaVey’s influences, www. Wikipedia .com
  16. Elizabeth I of England
  17. Lucky Luciano
  18. Stanley Williams
  19. Aerobatics
  20. List of Chinese Inventions
  21. Toussaint Couverture
  22. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas
  23. Frederick Douglas
  24. Josef Fitz hum
  25. Mohammad Reza Pahlavi: The Shah of Iran
  26. Dr. Joseph Goebbels wrote “Michael: A Novel.” PhD in Philosophy
  27. The Myth of the 20th Century by Alfred Rosenberg
  28. Thank You for Smoking
  29. One-dollar Salary
  30. Elon Musk
  31. Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin
  32. Ted Bundy
  33. The Bloodthirsty Midget. Nikolai Yezhov. 
  34. Glenn Greenwald. Journalist who worked with Edward Snowden to release documents. 
  35. List of Islamist Terrorist Attacks
  36. ISIS Attacks in Europe
  37. ISIS Attack in Brussels. 150 Dead. 300 wounded. 
  38. Woman’s Rights in Saudi Arabia
  39. The Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes
  40. Women’s Rights in Iran
  41. Sarah Silverman on Political Correctness
  42. Albert Einstein Insanity
  43. Girl Says What. This is What an Anti-Feminist Looks Like. Men’s Rights Activist. 
  44. 10 US Presidents with the Highest Recognized Degrees
  45. Carl Rogers
  46. Rogerian Philosophy. Finding Common Ground and Compromise in Argumentation
  47. Adolf Hitler was imprisoned at?
  48. Trump Art of the deal Ghostwriter Controversy
  49. Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008
  50. Current US Federal Budget Deficit
  51. The Fight for Competitive Advantage by William E. Frohman
  52. 10 Highest Paid College Professors in the United States
  53. Second Wave Feminism
  54. Nazi Human Experiments
  55. Augusto Pinochet
  56. 8 Worst Nazi Human Experiments
  57. Vladimir Putin
  58. Hamiltonians v. Jeffersonians
  59. Angela Merkel
  60. List of Presidents of the United States
  61. Socialist Feminism
  62. Marxist Feminism
  63. The Battle of the Alamo
  64. Black Feminism
  65. Feminism
  66. Marie Le Pen
  67. Custer’s Last Stand
  68. Battle of Little Bighorn
  69. Social Science. Anthropology, Economics, Poli Sci, Human Geography, Sociology, Psychology, Linguistics
  70. The Sinking of the USS Maine. Led directly to The Spanish-American War. 
  71. Jared Kushner’s possible appointment to White House. Violation of anti-nepotism laws. 
  72. Tribalistic
  73. Charles Kushner imprisoned by Chris Christie while working as US Attorney Prosecutor. 
  74. Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
  75. Yoga Amir. Assassin who killed Prime Minister Mitzvah Rabin. 
  76. Abortion in Iran.
  77. Astral Projection.
  78. Wilhelm Gustoff. Nazism in Sweden in the 1930s. www. Wikipedia …com
  79. Francisco Franco
  80. Contemporary Feminist Philosophers
  81. Nazism in Sweden
  82. Equilibrium
  83. Existentialism
  84. Nathaniel Branden
  85. Social Philosophy
  86. Mein Kampf publication history
  87. Simone de Beauvoir
  88. The Second Sex
  89. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion
  90. Hitler Historical Museum
  91. Hitler’s Globe at Auction. The Columbus Globe for State and Industry Leaders. 
  92. Atlas (statue)
  93. Philosophy of Theistic Satanists
  94. Neutrality of Switzerland since 1505
  95. Official Declaration of Neutrality of Switzerland in 1805 Post-Napoleonic Wars. 
  96. Dale Carnegie
  97. How to Win Friends and Manipulation People
  98. Sun Tzu, life and death, Time in which he Resided
  99. Objectively
  100. 100.Freidrich Nietzsche
  101. 101.The Will to Power
  102. 102.Statistics of Drug Use by Education Level
  103. 103.Poverty Rates by Country
  104. 104.Unemployment Rates by Country
  105. 105.Egoism 
  106. 106.All the Shah’s Men. An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror. 
  107. 107.Final Entries 1945: The Diaries of Joseph Goebbels by Joseph Goebbels
  108. 108.Adolf Hitler: A Chilling Tale of Propaganda by Joseph Goebbels
  109. 109.Communism with the Mask Off: And Bolshevism by Joseph Goebbels
  110. 110.The Goebbels Diaries 1931 – 1941 by Fred Taylor
  111. 111.Michael: A Novel by Joseph Goebbels
  112. 112.Attack: Essays from the Time of Struggle by Joseph Goebbels 
  113. 113.The Nazi-Suzy: Questions & Answers for National Socialists by Joseph Goebbels
  114. 114.From the Kaiser of two Reich Chancellery by Joseph Goebbels
  115. 115.My Vision by Muammar Gadhafi
  116. 116.The Myth of the 20th Century: An Emulation of the Spirituality by Alfred Rosenberg
  117. 117.The Track of the Jew through the Ages by Alfred Rosenberg
  118. 118.The Descent of Man by Charles Darwin
  119. 119.A Father’s Story by Lionel Dahmer
  120. 120.Modern Iran: Roots and Results of Revolution by Nikki R. Keddie
  121. 121.Revolution and Urban Politics in Provincial France by Lynn Hunt
  122. 122.Inventing Human Rights: A History by Lynn Hunt
  123. 123.Measuring Time, Making History by Lynn Hunt
  124. 124.The Ender’s Shadow Board Set: Ender’s Shadow, Shadow of Hegemon, Shadow Giant
  125. 125.The Portable Jung by Carl Jung
  126. 126.Selected Writings and Speech of Marcus Garvey by Marcus Garvey
  127. 127.Redemption: From Original Gangster to Nobel Prize Nominee by Stanley Williams 
  128. 128.The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As Told to Alex Haley by Malcolm X
  129. 129.Blue Rage, Black Redemption: A Memoir by Tookie Williams
  130. 130.Life of Prison by Tookie Williams
  131. 131.The Philosophy of Poverty by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
  132. 132.My Autobiography: With “The Political and Social Doctrine of Fascism” by Benito Mussolini
  133. 133.Nazi Propaganda for the Arab World by Jeffrey Her
  134. 134.Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left by Jonah Goldberg
  135. 135.America Is in the Heart: A Personal History (Classics of Asian American Literature) (Filipino Poet, 1943, Harlem)
  136. 136.The World of Stephanie St. Clair (Black Gangster in the 1920s, Harlem Renaissance Errs)
  137. 137.Account Rendered: A Dossier on My Former Self by Mulita Maschmann (girl who was in the Hitler Youth)
  138. 138.Letters Written in Sweden, Norway and Denmark (Oxford World’s Classics) by Mary Wollstonecraft
  139. 139.Applied Economics: Thinking Beyond Stage One by Thomas Sowell (PhD Economist, Black Republican)
  140. 140.Race and Culture: A World View by Thomas Sowell (PHD Economist, Black Republican, Conservative Icon)
  141. 141.Dismantling America: and other Controversial Essays by Thomas Sowell (PhD economist, Black Republican)
  142. 142.A Conflict of Visions: Ideological Origins of Political Struggles by Thomas Sowell (PhD Economist, Black Republican)
  143. 143.Black Rednecks and White Liberals by Thomas Sowell (PhD Economist, Black Republican)
  144. 144.The Quest for Cosmic Justice by Thomas Sowell (PhD Economist, Black Republican, Conservative Icon)
  145. 145.The Thomas Sowell Reader by Thomas Sowell (PhD Economist, Black Republican, Conservative Icon)
  146. 146.Kings: The True Story of Chicago’s Policy Kings and Number Racketeers by Nathan Thompson (Casper Holstein)
  147. 147.Uncle Al Capone-The Untold Story from Inside His Family by Deidre Marie Capone (Al Capone’s grandniece)
  148. 148.Public Enemies: Al Capone, John Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde, and Baby Face Nelson by Charles River Editors
  149. 149.The Cotton Club by James Haskins (description of old New York, a must read for all historians, biographers and novelists)
  150. 150.My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglas (an autobiography work by Frederick Douglas)
  151. 151.Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas by Frederick Douglas (an autobiographical work by Frederick Douglas)
  152. 152.Secret Behind Communism: The Ethnic Origins of the Russian Revolution and the Greatest Holocaust of History
  153. 153.My Awakening: A Path to Racial Understanding by David Duke (a book on White Supremacy and the KKK)
  154. 154.Against Our Better Judgement: The Hidden Story of How the US was Used to Create Israel (KKK book)
  155. 155.The Myth of Germany Villainy by Benton L. Bradberry (a book by a White Supremacist and a Neo-Nazi)
  156. 156.Empire by Orson Scott Card (an American Empire, alternate history, a war between Republicans and Democrats)
  157. 157.Xenocide by Orson Scott Card (Ender’s Game Series) (Ender’s Game, Speaker of the Dead, Xenocide, Children of the Mind)
  158. 158.Shadows in Flight
  159. 159.Shadows Alive
  160. 160.Earth Afire
  161. 161.Earth Awakens
  162. 162.The Swarm
  163. 163.Wealthy, Poverty and Politics by Thomas Sowell (PhD Economist, Black Republican, Conservative Icon)
  164. 164.Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden by David Irving
  165. 165.The War Path by David Irving
  166. 166.Goebbels: Mastermind of the Third Reich by David Irving
  167. 167.Nuremberg: The Last Battle by David Irving
  168. 168.Hitler’s War by David Irving
  169. 169.Intellectuals and Society by Thomas Sowell
  170. 170.Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell
  171. 171.Intellectuals and Race by Thomas Sowell
  172. 172.Formic Wars: Burning Earth by Orson Scott Card
  173. 173.The Vision of the Anointed by Thomas Sowell
  174. 174.How to Write Science Fiction & Fantasy by Orson Scott Card
  175. 175.Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey (Black Supremacy)
  176. 176.Eugenics by Irving Fisher (an argument for eugenics, sterilizing the feeble-minded)
  177. 177.Above the Dreamless Dead: World War 1 in Poetry and Comics
  178. 178.Terrorist: Gavrilo Princip, The Assassin Who Ignited World War 1 by Henrik Rohr
  179. 179.The Jews and Their Lies by Martin Luther
  180. 180.Obama’s America by Dinesh D’Souza
  181. 181.Trickle Down Theory by Thomas Sowell
  182. 182.The Doctrines of Fascism by Benito Mussolini
  183. 183.Quotes by Chairman Mao by Mao Zedong
  184. 184.The Goebbels Diaries by Joseph Goebbels
  185. 185.Hitler Youth by Michael Kater
  186. 186.By Any Means Necessary by Malcolm X
  187. 187.Inside the Third Reich by Albert Appear
  188. 188.Detective Comics [Klu Klux Klan Story]
  189. 189.The Gospel of Wealth by Andrew Carnegie
  190. 190.The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin
  191. 191.The Empire of Business by Andrew Carnegie
  192. 192.On the Social Contract by Jean-Racquets Rousseau
  193. 193.The Art of Manipulation
  194. 194.Romeo + Juliet: The War by Stan Lee
  195. 195.Obedience to Authority by Stanley Milgram
  196. 196.The Lucifer Effect by Phillip Zimbardo
  197. 197.The Republic by Plato
  198. 198.Satanic Bedtime Stories
  199. 199.A Vindication of the Rights of Women by Mary Wollstonecraft
  200. 200.Trump: The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump & Tony Schwartz
  201. 201.Lucifer: Book One by Mike Carey
  202. 202.The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt
  203. 203.Fortune’s Children: The Fall of the House of Vanderbilt by Arthur Vanderbilt
  204. 204.Hitler’s Revolution by Richard Tudor
  205. 205.Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War by Che Guevara
  206. 206.Che Guevara Reader: Writings on Politics & Revolution by Ernesto Che Guevara
  207. 207.Diary of a Combatant by Che Guevara 
  208. 208.The Protocols of the Elders of Zion by Sergei Niles
  209. 209.The Red Book: A Reader’s Edition by Carl Jung
  210. 210.The Social Justice Warriors by Eric Goldin
  211. 211.Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman
  212. 212.Religion for Atheists: A Non-Believers Guide to the Users of Religions 
  213. 213.The Power of Positive Thinking by Dr. Norman Vincent
  214. 214.Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk
  215. 215.Spandau by Albert Speer
  216. 216.Islam and the Future of Tolerance: A Dialogue by Sam Harris
  217. 217.Adios, America! by Ann Coulter
  218. 218.Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley
  219. 219.Gandhi: An Autobiography – The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mohandas Gandhi
  220. 220.War and Peace by Leo Trotsky
  221. 221.The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene
  222. 222.The Manson File by Nikolas Schreck
  223. 223.Letters from the Devil by Anton Szandor LaVey
  224. 224.The Satanic Narratives: A Modern Satanic Bible by Damien Banal
  225. 225.The Screenwriter’s Workbook by Syd Field
  226. 226.Amazing Spider-Man #573. Stephen Colbert Issue. By Joe Quesada
  227. 227.The Iron Dream by Norman Spinrad
  228. 228.Money, Sex and Power by Nancy Hart sock
  229. 229.Sex, Money and Power by S. Connolly
  230. 230.Tomorrow Morning: Erotic Poetry and Soul by Shamir Kali Griffin
  231. 231.Identity in Shades: Urban Poetry and Soul by Shamir Kali Griffin
  232. 232.Face of the American Dream: Barbie Doll 1959-1971 by Chris Varaste
  233. 233.The Time Paradox: The New Psychology of Time by Phillip Zimbardo
  234. 234.Man, Interrupted by Phillip Zimbardo
  235. 235.Man, Disconnected by Phillip Zimbardo
  236. 236.Memoirs by Alfred Rosenberg
  237. 237.The Age of Selfishness: Ayn, Morality and the Financial Crisis by Daryll Cunningham
  238. 238.Introduction to Psychology by Phillip Zimbardo
  239. 239.The Individual in a Social World: Essays and Experiments by Stanley Milgram
  240. 240.From So Simple a Beginning by Charles Darwin
  241. 241.The Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals by Charles Darwin
  242. 242.Primetime Propaganda by Ben Shapiro
  243. 243.Gun, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond
  244. 244.Memoirs in the Rain by Shamir Kali Griffin
  245. 245.Whispers in the Moon by Shamir Kali Griffin
  246. 246.Race and Race History and Other Essays by Alfred Rosenberg
  247. 247.SJW’s Always Lie. by Vox Day with an Introduction by Milo Giannopoulos 
  248. 248.God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything by Christopher Hitchens 
  249. 249.The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins
  250. 250.The Green Book by Muammar Gadhafi
  251. 251.Pol Pott’s Little Red Book: The Sayings of Angkor by Henri Lockard
  252. 252.Blood and Honor by Alfred Rosenberg
  253. 253.Wealth, Poverty and Politics: An International Perspective by Thomas Sowell
  254. 254.Wisdom of Esophorias: The Luciferian Philosophy by Michael Ford
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Informative Essay

  Introduction. Abraham Lincoln once said, “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him a power.” Today we will be examining our 44th Commander-in-Chief, Barrack Obama. After dutiful and careful examination I have highlighted what I believe to be some of the most pivotal policies of the past 8 years brought to you in an unbiased fashion without a conservative or a liberal interpretation. Just the cold hard facts.  
     The Children’s Health Insurance Act was passed on Feb 4, 2009. This bill provided $32.8 billion in aid towards expanding health care coverage for kids. According to, to pay for the increased government spending a new cigarette tax of 62 cents was put into full affect. In addition to all that, there was a 40 cent increase on tobacco. This bill will now provide coverage to an additional 4 million children. 
     The Recovery Act was passed on Feb 17, 2009. As part of Obama’s Stimulus Package, $831 billion is going to be spent over a 10 year span of time from 2009 to 2019 on various economic recovery programs. The package includes direct spending on infrastructure, education, health, energy, federal tax incentives and the expansion of various unemployment benefits. According to, this bill is based on a Keynesian macroeconomic theory, which argues that during recessions, the government should offset the decrease in private spending and increase public spending. This, at least in theory, saves jobs and stops a continued spiraling of economic deterioration. 
     The Small Business Jobs Act was passed on September 27, 2010. This law, after going into full effect, created the Small Business Lending Fund Program. This was to be overseen by the Treasury Department to make capital investments in eligible institutions, in order to make credit available for small businesses.
     Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty was passed on Dec 22, 2010. A nuclear arms reduction treaty between the US and Russia. During the implementation of the treaty, both sovereign nations will reduce their strategic nuclear missile launchers by a whopping 50%. A new inspection program will be established to make sure both sides follow out the terms of the agreement. Yet this treaty will not eliminate the hundreds of thousands of operationally machine stockpiled nuclear warheads that remain in both the Russian and the American weapons stockpiles.  
     The Unite States-Columbia Free Trade Agreement was passed on Oct 21, 2011. This is a free trade agreement between the US and Columbia aka The Columbia Free Trade Agreement. The agreement is beneficial to both parties, eliminating tariffs and other regulatory barriers to trading goods and services between the US and Columbia. When this bill is fully implemented, the arrangement would eliminate tariffs on 80% of U.S. exports of consumer and industrial products to Columbia. Any remaining tariffs will be gradually eliminated over the next ten years.  

     The Food Safety Act was passed on Jan 4, 2011. This new act amends the “Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act,” in order to ensure the unwavering safety and edibility of our consumer food supply. This act aims to make sure the US food supply is safe by shifting the focus of federal regulators. Instead of focusing from responding to reports of contamination, instead now the focus will be on preventing contamination before it begins. According to, the Food and Drug Administration aka the FDA will now have new government authorities to oversee and regulate the way foods are grown, harvested and processed. This law was brought on after there had been many incident reports of food-borne illnesses during the early 2000s. This bill will hopefully be a plus to both the American people and the private sector because tainted food has cost the food industry billions of dollars in recalls, lost sales and legal expenses. 
     The Business Startups Act was passed on April 5, 2012. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act intends to promote public funding for small businesses. How will the government accomplish this? The government will ease various security regulations, giving the free market the freedom it needs to flourish. According to the, the Act transformed various laws and regulations. From now on it will be easier transition for companies looking to go public if that is what they so choose. But then if there are companies that would like to do the opposite and raise capital privately and stay private longer, they can do that as well. This Act also gives some new exemptions towards crowd funding, which in the past has been highly regulated. To put the final cherry icing on the cake, this Act will make it easier for emerging growth companies to get their registration for an IPO. For those of us who don’t know what an Initial Public Offering is, it is when a company goes public and its stocks are now officially traded on the stock market.  
     The Bipartisan Student Loan Act was passed on Aug 9, 2013. This Act decides how the federal government should be allowed to distribute its loans. Previously student loan rates at a low 3.4% rate were extended, which for anyone whose anything about how interest can quickly accumulate, understands and duly appreciates this. 
     The Agriculture Act was passed on Jan 29, 2014. The Agriculture Act cuts $8 billion in federal funding to welfare programs such as food stamps. This bill will be more comprehensive and strict towards who can receive food stamp benefits and make sure people are not abusing or misusing their food stamps. It prohibits people from using their food stamps to purchase medical marijuana and lottery tickets. It also excludes felons from receiving food stamps and includes a program to help people on food stamps find jobs. 
     The Gabriella Miller Kids First Search Act was passed on April 3, 2014. This Act eliminates taxpayer financing of presidential campaigns. Instead this money will be put towards a pediatric research initiative. According to, the total funding for research over the next 10 years will be an accumulative $126 million. In the grand scheme of things it will not vastly hurt the national conventions, which reportedly only drew about 23% of their funding from the Presidential Election Campaign Public Funds.

     The Bipartisan Budget Act was passed on Oct 26, 2015. Republican and Democratic leaders together were able to reach an agreement to raise the debt ceiling until March 15, 2017. According to, the agreement autho+++++rizes another $80 billion in increased spending over 2 years. The positive upside is that it is believed that additional federal expenditures should be offset by cuts in MediCare and Social Security disability insurance. In addition to all that, the government will be selling off oil from the strategic petroleum reserves. This Act, as Obama’s compromise to the Republicans, repeals a provision of the Affordable Care Act that has not yet gone into effect. This provision requires businesses to automatically enroll their full time employees into a health care plan. 
     Conclusion. My hope is that after listening to me today you can now go off into the world with a greater understanding of the 44th President of the United States and the policies he has enacted during his 8 year administration. Too many American youth in our society today are not involved in the political arena and take no interest in policies whatsoever. But its deeply important to keep an educated American populace.
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Exemplification Essay

  Cyberterrorism has become a prevalent form of modern warfare in the digital age. The operatives who employ cyber terrorism can come from government agencies, political activist groups, even terrorist organizations. Some of the most notorious and widely publicized news stories include the Cyber Caliphate, WikiLeaks, The Morris Worm and The Sony Entertainment Hacks. Many of these cyber terrorists seek to compromise the US government’s secret files. Some of these cyber terrorists claim to be patriots working towards transparency believing the government should keep no secrets from its citizens while other cyber hackers are working in the name of Islamic fundamentalism. 
     Cyberterrorism has been around since the late 1980s. According to the site NatoInternational in 1988 The Morris Worm was the first recognized virus to affect the world’s cyber infrastructure. The virus rapidly spread to computers throughout the United States. The virus identified weaknesses within the system, replicating itself on a regular basis. Mostly only affecting computers in America, The Morris Worm slowed down computers across the country to the point of being unusable. Robert Tapan Morris, the criminal mastermind behind The Morris Worm, was subsequently arrested and became the first person to ever be charged under The Computer Fraud & Abuse Act. After his arrest, Morris claimed that “I was just trying to gauge how big the Internet was.” He now works as a professor at MIT. 
     Corporations have become a prime target for cyber terrorist activities. According to The Washington Post in 2014 hackers broke into the computer systems of Sony Pictures stealing confidential documents. This hacker group calling itself Guardians of Peace leaked email correspondence between co-workers, salaries of the company’s executives and the bank account information of many other employees. A month later Guardians of Peace demanded that Sony halt the release of its upcoming comedy flick The Interview. The plot of the film depicts the assassination of North Korean communist dictator Kim Jong-Un. United States intelligence operatives believe Guardians of Peace’s attack was sponsored by the North Korean government. The North Koreans have publicly denied any participation in the Sony hacks.
     Many online hackers who’ve dedicated their time and resources to exposing government secrets consider themselves political activists. According to the British Newspaper The Guardian, WikiLeaks was founded in 2006 by Australian computer programmer Julian Assange. WikiLeaks is a non-profit journalistic organization that publishes classified media from anonymous sources. In 2010, the site gained international recognition when it publicly released 76,000 classified documents from the US State Department. Some of the most scandalous documents exposed included the 2007 Baghdad airstrike. Iraqi journalists were among those killed. Another document allowed the mapping of 109, 032 Iraqi civilians deaths by insurgents. In 2011, WikiLeaks published 800 secret files regarding the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Fearing extradition to the United States for violations of the Espionage Act of 1917, Julian Assange fled to the British embassy in Ecuador where he currently resides. 
     There are some cyber terrorists working in the name of Islamic fundamentalism. According to the site GovTech an online hacker group claiming to be affiliated with ISIS, known as Cyber Caliphate, has been making worldwide headlines for a number of online incidents. After hacking into US Central Command, Cyber Caliphate threatened the lives of US soldiers and their families, publicly posting their names and home addresses online. Despite common stereotype tropes, Arabs are not the only operatives working in the name of ISIS. Cyber Caliphate hacker, Sally Jones, is a British citizen who converted to Islam and moved to Syria work as an ISIS recruiter. As a recruiter she hopes to appeal to more Westerners using her various twitter account aliases. Sally Jones posted on her social media platforms the phone numbers of the heads of the CIA, FBI and the NSA. US Intelligence agencies fear that ISIS recruiters like Sally Jones are becoming more and more successful in appealing to young people.
     As our reliance on technology grows ever more pertinent we will continue to see a rise in cyberterrorism. The threat of hackers and potential harm they can do has brought considerable alarm to security experts and politicians. Intelligence agencies like the CIA seeking to protect national security interests are beefing up their defenses by hiring the best computer programmers they can find, while online activists like Julian Assange continue to make it their mission in life to expose the perceived corruptions within the US government. So whether we like it or not we are living under the threat of a new form of warfare.    


Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Sasha Fierce

You're my muse.
And you've made me one of the luckiest Jews.

You're my intellectual superior.
And on top of all that you got a fuckin rockin exterior.

You make me laugh.
And we can spend hours together interlocked in conversational riff raff.

You're favorite book is The Outsiders.
Which is ironic because all I want to do is be inside of you.

You're favorite music artist is Lana Del Rey.
But every time I sing along, you call me gay.

You're cultural icon and personal hero is Sasha Fierce.
And I want to be the Jay-Z to your Beyonce.

You have an obsession for serial killas.
And I try to give you that good dick, like I'm one of those real niggas.

Its important that an independent self-reliant politically passionate woke feminist powerhouse like yourself has goals.
Like for example, how your determined to eat my Grandpa Tony's buttholes.

You like putting my balls on your chin.
Sin. Sin. Sin.
And your actually a decent tennis player.

I'm talking about balls. balls.
Like basketballs.
Not testicular balls.

And I push you against the wall.
In the bathroom stall.
My name you will call.

In ecstasy.
Add this to your sexual history.

Imma leave a dent in your female anatomy.
Pure sensual insanity.
Screaming out biblical profanities.

Jesus Christ.
That was nice.

And I hope this cracker cock sufficed.
This Jew dick, this kosher spice.

I make that Catholic girl, forget her morals.
Leave that Bible at the door.

She be begging for more.
Take her on a genital tour.
Just for the night Imma make you my whore.

Imma set that black pussy free, like Im mother fuckin Lincoln.
Gettin skull fucked by Bobby OG, you be doing no thinkin.

LeVonna. LeVonna.
You be growin my ba-na-na.

Makin me swet like I'm up in a sauna.
Tearin those negress panties up, like I'm huntin Ghana.

You make my heart go wham.
Even when your talkin shit, about my man, Uncle Sam.

Oh my God, look at her butt,
she looks like one of those Jewish guy's girlfriends.