Friday Groove: #CancelEverything

Last week, I wrote about the upcoming D.C. Jam, a one-day music festival planned for July 4. While no announcement has been made yet concerning the cancellation of the festival, this event may be in jeopardy of being postponed or cancelled, like so many other events that are swiftly being modified to meet the ongoing…

The Confessional: Down on Your Luck

The Confessional is the completely anonymous advice blog of the UB Post.  Dear Down On Your Luck, I’m calling you down on your luck because what you’re going through is only temporary. Let me be the first to  say everything you’re going through will get better… eventually because right now it’s going to suck a…

Green Day, Father of All…

Oakland-based Pop-punk trio Green Day released their thirteenth studio album, Father of All…, earlier this month. Green Day announced the album simultaneously with the announcement of their joint tour with Fall Out Boy and Weezer late last year. The band’s last effort was 2016’s Revolution Radio, a solid album that brought rave reviews from fans…

Why the Grammys Are Completely Irrelevant

The Grammys are irrelevant.  They tell people what they should listen to, all the while most of the music they celebrate has a basic beat with recycled melodies and lyrics. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed some Grammy winning albums, including 2019’s This Land by Gary Clark Jr, which won best contemporary blues album…

Anthem: The Graphic Novel Will Be Generation Z’s Gateway Drug to Liberty

The Atlas Society has quickly become one of the fastest growing pro-liberty organizations in the country through collaborations with libertarian student grousps such as Students for Liberty and, at times, the occasionally un-libertarian Turning Point USA.  Without fail, students approach the brightly decorated table featuring stickers, pens, and pamphlets from The Atlas Society with their…