Jason Arment interviews Elliot Smith, a politically-engaged, transgender activist at the University of Iowa, who has been experiencing firsthand the fallout of President-elect Donald Trump and the hate and fear that Trump’s rhetoric has fueled.
Jason Arment explains how we have arrived at a place in our society that George Zimmerman can sell the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin for $120,000.
What does it mean to be “HIV undetectable”? Jason Arment sought to find out and also learn about the risks associated with this newer level of HIV.
Jason Arment exposes fakers on social media who espouse opinions on issues they don’t understand.
Jason Arment reminisces on college living while attending Iowa State University and some of the events that ensued while living beneath four coeds.
Jason Arment examines suicide rates among veterans (22 suicides a day, 75 attempts a day), the remarkable number of suicides in VA parking lots, and pleads with veterans to reconsider.
In the middle of publishing Jason Arment’s three-part interview with the Bundy Sniper, Eric Parker, Parker was arrested by FBI agents and immediately placed in solitary confinement without explanation.
Jason Arment takes the story of his childhood experiences with Tae Kwon Do as allegory for the current state of affairs. Question is, should we fight or should we defend?
Jason Arment reflects on some of the people he has interviewed or written about and the consequences of such close examination.
Jason Arment concludes his fascinating, in-depth interview with “The Bundy Sniper,” Eric Parker. They continue discussing events in eastern Oregon and talk about other activist movements.