If you're interested in being a guest writer, please email 

January 28, 2019

I have started to write this article more times than I can even count (over nearly 2 months) and I could not manage to pull my thoughts together, but as the government shutdown remains at the crux of American life, I can’t stop thinking about it. 

First, let me introduce myself, my name is Dyllanne Deischer and I live in Indianapolis, Indiana. And, from the title, you know this is about immigration. Well, what makes me qualifie...

October 11, 2018

Steele touches on numerous polarizing topics such as Faith, President Trump, the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, police brutality, and disunity within our country from a conservative perspective. 


As I was sitting in church one Sunday, the sermon was about community. Not just community as a church, but a community with the nation. The pastor made a note that com=with and unity=unity (obviously). His point was that community i...

September 28, 2018

Throughout high school, my life was together. Or at least, I presented a good enough image of myself that others assumed that my life was together. I was the president of my school’s diversity club, founder of my school’s Black Student Union, four year varsity athlete, and a high honor roll student.I was a role model, a mentor, and heavily involved in community service. I was on the prom court, the homecoming court, and it fel...

September 20, 2018

Attention high school and college football players reading this: do you realize how lucky you are?  You get to play the greatest sport on the face of the planet with your best friends day in and day out.  Sometimes this can get lost in translation during this midseason stretch.  The exhilaration of a new season begins to fade, you’re facing opponents that aren’t rivals and won’t affect your playoff picture too much, and school...

June 1, 2018

The month of May is now over and it was an important one to many. It wasn’t just the time for final exams, graduations, and Memorial Day weekend. The month of May is an important one to many people, because it is the month for Mental Health Awareness. During this time, the conversation on mental illness is at an all time high, with public events pertaining to mental illness and easier access to mental health screenings. This i...

April 24, 2018

I am about to get into some things that might hit heavy to some people, it sure hits heavy to me. Have you ever had a time in your life where everything came crashing down? Maybe a time where you weren’t taking care of yourself, and then in result you started to hurt the ones closest to you?

What about a period of your life where you truly thought you had no options or direction ahead of you? Have you ever thought that maybe ot...

April 20, 2018

My name is Ashley Levingston, happy supporter and proud sister of founder, Sampson Levingston. As my first year at college comes to an end, I have made several realizations about life and people. One of which is that people fear REJECTION more than anything else in this world.

This fear has caused humans to create false identities of themselves in hopes of being accepted! Many people do not believe their tr...

April 11, 2018

Take back control of your life by taking control of social media addiction

A Brief History of Social Media

Six Degrees. That was the name of the first recognizable social media site. It was founded in 1997 around the idea that all living things, and everything else, in the world are connected by 6 or fewer steps in a sort of “friend of a friend” chain. As crazy as that statement may sound, it is mostly proven to be true. Somehow...

March 31, 2018

ATLANTA, GEORGIA - We aren't meant to do life alone, ask for help when you need it.

Raise your hand if you sometimes struggle with asking others for help? I'm raising both of my hands, in case you were wondering.... Before I actually get into this post I'd just like to point out that I did a bit of searching through the always helpful streets of Google. I wanted to know how many other articles, blog posts and people were out th...

March 27, 2018

Dear Indiana CD-7th Voters,

“My name is Sue Spicer and I’m running for Congress” were words I never dreamt I would be saying, let alone repeat perhaps a hundred thousand times over the last 13 months. Yet, here I am, a 54-year old fresh face on the political scene. What on earth could drag me off my soapbox and into a race for the IN CD-7? Allow me to share snippets of my past to frame how I look at our nation’s future.

I’m the...

Please reload