What a Wonderful World: Small Acts of Kindness that Make the World Seem Less Scary

  All over the news, no matter what time of day or where you are, you will most likely see a story about war, threats from different countries, or something political. To sum it up, most of today’s news stories consist of depressing stories and negativity, making the world that we live in seem like … More What a Wonderful World: Small Acts of Kindness that Make the World Seem Less Scary

Phil’s Philosophy

It’s been a while since I posted anything on my blog. To be honest with you, there hasn’t been that much going on that I’ve felt compelled to write about. That is, until recently. Three months into the new year, and a lot of things are going on: Trump is actually leading the GOP nomination … More Phil’s Philosophy

Trust Me, I’m Not A Doctor: 18-Year-Old Plays Doctor for Real & Opens Fake Medical Practice

Is There A Doctor In The House? In a world where big business runs most of the world, it’s nice to hear about people who go and open up their own “mom and pop” shops. Those who can’t open up a store but want to learn about a trade they’re interested in usually take some … More Trust Me, I’m Not A Doctor: 18-Year-Old Plays Doctor for Real & Opens Fake Medical Practice

The Forbidden Fruit: Apple Opposes Court Order to Hack San Bernardino iPhone

On December 2nd, 2015, 14 people were gunned down in a mass shooting that took place in San Bernardino, California. Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the married couple that was responsible for the shooting, were gunned down after a shootout with the police. Investigators were able to obtain one of their iPhone 5c cell phones, … More The Forbidden Fruit: Apple Opposes Court Order to Hack San Bernardino iPhone