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Matthew Primous

  • Matthew Primous
    Published a day ago
    The Sins of Money

    The Sins of Money

    Money can do a lot of good but it is the evil done with the money that causes the most troubled. Money is a concept and it goes beyond race, class, age, and gender. Oppression is a common tool of money. Some people with money believed that they can walk on whoever they please because they have not found anything equal to the weight of money. This is why we had so many rebellions against the law and order. The law covers an offense for the price of money. Money has no limit because our society empowers money as an influence. If you can influence the right people then you can win any case. We have equated money to above the law. We must move steps toward controlling the influence of money in politics and society as a whole. Money degrades race, class, age, and gender even though it can avail it. It sets a standard and takes away all humanity making everything able to buy at a price even life. When one life is above the other life because of money in the eyes of the law, then justice is detoured.
  • Matthew Primous
    Published a day ago
    The Data Science Revolution

    The Data Science Revolution

    It was a paper airplane made by my Second Grade Teacher that inspired me as an inventor to think outside the box and build Integrity Intrigue Innovation Inc. and my mother's budgeting genius that made it possible.
  • Matthew Primous
    Published 6 days ago
    Healthcare in America

    Healthcare in America

    We are at a crossroads in healthcare. We have to face devastating cuts. Our very way of life is at stake. It is gonna take some preventative thinking and innovative way to deliver effective healthcare for a reasonable price. We know in research when we cut around the corner, the whole research becomes invalid. We have to start from the beginning. It is the same way in healthcare. All professionals must be involved in the process for the process to work. Nurses and doctors and even secretaries have to be involved so that healthcare becomes effective in doing their job to make sure all patients have a long enduring fighting chance for their health. This may importantly include their families. We need the support of families and close friends to help interpret the risks and benefits and help in decision-making. America is divided into healthcare along three lines, the poor ineffective system costing billions of dollars, the temporary system that lasts as long as there is money, and the wealthy system where there are security and possibility.
  • Matthew Primous
    Published 6 days ago
    Modern Epidemics

    Modern Epidemics

    Every doctor takes The Hippocratic Oath to not harm and ensuring that the medicine used is lifesaving. Whatever happens to our health professionals staying true to this oath that begin in Ancient Greece. It was what you could hold your doctor to and if any harm happened then they would have to explain themselves and the steps that they took to ensure the health and safety of their patient. We must end the money disruption in the health system because it overlooks and undermined the value health can bring to society, We must create a society that can trust its health professionals and listen to their evident-based answer. In this epidemic, it grows ever so imperative that we make healthcare a right and other necessities that cause poverty a right. We have the knowledge and the proven facts that these necessities lead to meager ends and we must acknowledge that. Again, we see in this epidemic that those bound by poverty suffering the most along with minorities. This is unacceptable and the government can balance out the effects and minimize them by researching and providing adequate support. We are met with one universal point of direction choosing either longevity or death. We can no longer ignore the consequences of not only diverse leadership but also ignoramus wants. Our needs must come before our wants, what we need to do right now is more important than a want for greater freedom.
  • Matthew Primous
    Published 8 days ago
    Lincoln the Unifier

    Lincoln the Unifier

    The war was raging yet Lincoln kept his light on the good of the union and the good of his countrymen and countrywomen. With every twist and every turn, he did not waver in his ability to negotiate. He remembered from his mother's last words, to never change and never compromise character to stay the same honest. He felt that his position gave him the greatest opportunity to use eloquence and diplomacy to get the right earning from the intense labor like a farmer, he was ever patient even with little time. This is how he educated himself, a little at a time until the heart desired more. Lincoln worked for everything he had in life and was too poor for privilege until he found himself. As president, he knew that the due season harvested will come on time. Lincoln secretly wanted to save his three living predecessors who were tortured and trapped by the Confederates. Even though he did not agree with his predecessors' stance, he believed that serving the highest office is a privilege that requires careful and dignified actions. With all-partisan set-aside, he knew that he had to act and to act quickly. Who knows what they might say about the union and who knows what they've been put through? Good, Old Lincoln answered the call because he believed that they can help him negotiate the future of America. He always thought about building America again and better including every issue that has been left out to restore the justice needed to last forever. This climax his decision to make sure that he makes the South yield to a truce because he saw how brutal their ambition was and how they dreaded the union. Lincoln had no other choice but to advance the war and keep the peace of the North, he saw that the South wanted to utterly destroy the Union and he was not going to let that happen. He remembered the belief of Van Buren who entrusted the presidency to him before he died winning his vote and support. Lincoln reminded Van Buren of the son who went to the Navy and served his country proudly. Van Buren had a son named Abraham and Lincoln had relatives in New York and it is believed that he came to New York, his relative Andrew Lincoln had a clothing company in East Rochester, New York like Washington came to Pittsford in the 16th Century. Lincoln's resolve was " That we remained one country and united but with no divisions." He knew this task would seem impossible but he did not waver in doing so making it known to his closest allies. And he knew his death would be on the line for taking the side of the liberation and using peaceful devices but also he was prepared and he prepared the union with leaders who were like him to win the nation over. He did not want to die a death in vain but a death that will bring the Union back together remembering that we need each other and that we need to be united for the good of all. That we have a mission to this land and this world to not tarry in ourselves but to avail ourselves as equal and no maltreatment or division has enough strength to divided us when too much blood united us. Lincoln kept the Radical Republicans at bay and always seeing the light manage to edge victory. For he felt each day that he is living and standing for something, it is not in vain. Lincoln believed this despite losing children and not having much of his birth family behind him but through faith and friendship enlightened the world. He was never afraid to defend friends and allies, something he learned all the time with Susan B. Anthony introducing him to supporters to win the presidency, Sojourner Truth as his personal minister who taught him about the struggles of everyday Americans. Frederick Douglass as his loyal friend who visited his house not too long after being freed, and Ulysses Grant, the general he renamed, his most faithful successor. Abraham Lincoln found friends and allies in all walks of life.
  • Matthew Primous
    Published 16 days ago
    United Against All Forms of Terror

    United Against All Forms of Terror

    As we looked back on this infamous day, a day of dread, and a day of terror, we must be united against all forms of terror in the world. Wherever there is terror, that should be the target of America and its allies to ending that threat. As a superpower, we must recognize our strength and influence. There is no country like America and America was forged to lead the world. Our founders wanted us to show the world how to govern and to mend our destiny with nations and peoples who need us and respect us. We can no longer be blinded to our influences and we must be careful about who we allied ourselves to. With our alliances, we can free people and with our alliance, we can bound people.