Okay. Perhaps not everyone has studied the Cold War as I was extensively prompted to. One of the things pushed by the United States was human rights, coupled with economy and technology. When Trump was campaigning, he insisted that all the trade deals that the United States was invested in were poor negotiations and alliances […]Read More A Rant: In the Light of Recent Events [June 2017]
Today, we’re going to talk about multiple situations in US history and how it has translated into modern politics. This is mostly going to be a historically-focused article. Let’s start off with a quote: “I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that […]Read More America’s Favorite Reaction is Overreaction: Today vs Past
This is a bit old but just in case if you haven’t heard of it yet, net neutrality might be threatened in the near future. For the full story, here’s a video: Go to gofccyourself.com to defend against this encroachment upon our rights as consumers. Type in this phrase in the comment section after you […]Read More Defend Net Neutrality!
Originally posted on May 4th, 2017 Have you guys seen what the House did with the Affordable Care Act today? And have you seen how they voted? It was really close with 217 voting for the repeal and 213 against. Here’s an image of that from Vox: Now do y’all see what I mean […]Read More Do You Still Not Understand?
“If you want to make enemies, try to change something.” -Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924), President (1913-1921)Read More May 2017 Quote of the Month
This is an introductory article to a bigger topic. Here’s the link to the other article whenever I have posted it. Introduction Today, we’re going to talk about an increasingly common crime type in this digitised age. Swatting is a term coined to describe instances of false police reports that result in the forceful entering of […]Read More The Rise of Swatting: Just a Prank? Or Domestic Terrorism?
This article is going to be rather succinct as I would rather interpret the given facts. I’m going to borrow and elaborate on an idea a friend of mine had. She said that perhaps United States President Donald Trump launched airstrikes on Russian airbases in Syria because he instead decided to become some sort of […]Read More The Polling Station
As an APUSH student, this is a trend that I’ve seen repeating itself every single time America makes an effort to modernise itself. It is not only the people’s resistance to change but also the people’s resistance to new information. The American people throughout their history has always preferred easy information and take pride in […]Read More The Sad Case of the Nerds, Geeks and Bookworms
It’s a bummer (a gross understatement, believe me) to live in an age when a well-thought-out insurance plan gets looked down on simply because it had too many pages. Since I’ve joined the party so late, I assume you know what I’m talking about so I won’t go into much detail but here is my […]Read More Judging a Bill By Its Size: Sean Spicer and John McCain
Originally posted on Consciousness creates reality:
When they built the wall all they had to do was dig tunnels They did it so damn well the Israeli and Palestinians took note on the other side of the earth Ten years ago they took the moneys out of the banks A silent protest heard around the…