Author: Zachary James Bramble

Zachary James Bramble is an American composer, pianist, and tenor, holding a DMA in Music Composition and a Doctoral minor in Opera Performance from the University of Arizona, where he studied under Daniel Asia's tutelage. He also holds an MBA with a focus in accounting from University of Phoenix. Bramble owns and operates BookSmarts Bookkeeping & Tax Services, a full-service accounting firm in Tucson, Arizona. He also maintains a private music education studio, educating community members in music composition, piano, and voice. Bramble currently acts as the National Association of Scholars Arizona Chapter President.

Everything Is Not Ok

When 2022’s Congressional Fads Mirror Nazi Germany Everything is not ok in the land of the free and the home of the brave. Recent laws, such as the legalization of recreational marijuana, a drug that negatively affects cognitive functioning, and the legalization of gay “marriage,” a precariously codified bill, were evil and well received by […]

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The Eighth Deadly Sin: Gender Ideology and the Policy that Usurps God

Pope Pius V once said that “All the evils of the world are due to lukewarm Catholics”—this could not be truer. Now more than ever, our onetime Christian culture resembles a modern Sodom and Gomorrah. We see this today in the godlessly abhorrent secular movie release Bros (2022)—a Universal Pictures film touting sexual deviance between […]

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The Artists United Will Never Be Defeated … Or Will They?

In 1975, Frederic Rzewski composed his 36-variation piano piece The People United Will Never Be Defeated! in response to the struggles of the Chilean people under the new rule of Augusto Pinochet. Pinochet, whose dictatorship usurped the leftist Unidad Popular coalition in 1973, came under heavy criticism from artists of the time, especially since the […]

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