Christian Frazier has worked as a retailer, auto mechanic, a professional driver, lab assistant, and warehouse worker. He attended Ohio University, focusing on topics such as History, Psychology, and Philosophy. In addition, he has presented research at university conferences and published peer review papers in both Chemical Education and Green and Sustainable Chemistry. Christian is currently 24 years old and holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Specialized Studies in History & Psychology. He grew up in Cambridge, Ohio; however, he now currently resides in Lancaster, Ohio. His political views are consistent with classical libertarian beliefs and values. In his spare time, Christian enjoys reading and challenging his current belief systems. A few of Christian’s favorite authors would include: Christopher Hitchens, Daniel Dennett, Lawrence Krauss, Richard Dawkins, David Hume, Sam Harris, George Orwell, Carl Sagan, Richard Feynman, and countless others… He enjoys spending time in the outdoors, and grew up participating in the Boy Scouts of America, earning the rank of Eagle Scout in 2007. Favorite subjects include anything concerning psychology or history, and upon his graduation, he plans to travel the world to visit major historical sites. This page will act as a reference for his studies, thoughts, and conclusions. In addition, Christian will use this blog as both a professional and personal web page to record the events which make up his life.

–Christian D. Frazier | Last Updated: (01/22/2018)


Favorite Quote

“Beware the irrational, however seductive. Shun the ‘transcendent’ and all who invite you to subordinate or annihilate yourself. Distrust compassion; prefer dignity for yourself and others. Don’t be afraid to be thought arrogant or selfish. Picture all experts as if they were mammals. Never be a spectator of unfairness or stupidity. Seek out argument and disputation for their own sake; the grave will supply plenty of time for silence. Suspect your own motives, and all excuses. Do not live for others any more than you would expect others to live for you.”

― Christopher Hitchens, Letters to a Young Contrarian