If I could describe myself in one sentence, it would be this; I’m a girl with strong opinions, and I love my coffee strong. But there are so many more details about me that this one sentence can’t do justice. If anything, it only scratches the surface. While I can’t tell you everything about me, I can tell you a few things, in hopes that they might interest you.
My name is Kara Johnson, and I was born and raised in Southeast Michigan but moved around a couple of times during and after college. My alma mater is Moody Bible Institute in Spokane, Washington, and after that, I moved to Macon, Georgia, for six months. If you know me, you can definitely say that I have wanderlust. Writing is my outlet and helps me process many things in my life, but I also love to listen to music, and you are more than likely going to find me sitting at a coffee shop somewhere on a weekly basis. Some fun facts about me include being allergic to raw tomatoes, having the opportunity to interview Keith Urban in 2016, and taking a three-week-long Journalism class through World Magazine in Iowa.
My relationship with socialism stems from knowing others around me that believe it is the best direction America could take. I’ve known many who are passionate about socialism ideas, and believe that it only involves getting free stuff and attending free college. It’s apparent that the socialist ideology is becoming more popular in modern-day America. It’s my hope and goal that I can be a voice to my generation by speaking the truth about what socialism is and why America should never be a socialist country. So, here I am, ready to be a voice in hopes that people will listen.