Weekly Recap. A summation of the week's events. Politics, Sports, Entertainment, and National News.
Now what? The votes aren't even done being counted from last night's Midterm, and we already have a tremendously huge controversy. Sessions is out, Whitaker is in, and what about Mueller. Trump did it again.
America is getting involved. This is good. Americans should involve themselves with politics. This is their right, not duty, but their right. Now, American's need to get smart.
Midterm Predictions and Beyond...
Politics is not a game. It is not a team sport.
Your One Vote The underbelly of how someone votes is how they view government. Let's examine what that means.
Migration trends, like the caravan will not go away. 1.8 million migrants successfully made it to Europe in three-years. America is about to face their own refugee crisis. How do we respond?
What does #WalkAway tell us about the upcoming Midterm election, and 2020?
Our deficit spending is out of control. The main problem is our promise to America with regard to Social Security. This is also America's greatest lie. We must come out ahead of the problem and fix it. But, how?
China, the world's biggest threat.
An argument broke out among Silicon Valley CEOS on Twitter based on an impending initiative in San Francisco to tax big corporations to solve the homeless crisis. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey doesn't like the tax simply because the local government hasn't put enough controls in place regarding proper allocation of the funds they'd collect.
Kavanaugh - One Week Later There are short, mid, and long term effects from this moment. Short term matters to the November midterms. Mid term takes us to 2020. Long term takes us to the unknown. What does this all mean?
Trump stories do not age well, but if impeachment becomes a reality, history will look back on the days from this week as the moment the worm turned. Take a look at this price recapping the turbulent week, and postulating what it means for the future.
History proves that focus, and investigative journalism collapse during economic booms. This typically brings a surprise, shock to the system resulting in a recession no one saw coming.
The New York Times recently had two editors respond to a college aged white woman's request to help her address her uneasy feeling of guilt about her white privilege. What does her fear, and their responses tell us about this sensitive topic? How else can we look at this?
The 2018 midterms will decide the platform of the Democratic Party for 2020. A Red Wave will bring on a centrist/moderate pivot, whereas a Blue Wave will move the party further left. Let’s examine both potential outcomes.
A utopian look at how America's homeless can be saved.
Change presents us with the following options. You can resist it. You can embrace it. You can be the one creating it. You fall into some combination of the three before mentioned lines. You cannot speak about change without discussing the past. You can begin by accepting the following principles. The past is gone The past … Continue reading Change. A series devoted to one word. Part 3
The New York Times came under scrutiny when being introduced by a UCLA professor over the weekend for ‘Two-Sided Journalism.’ You should read into this interesting attack on the Editorial and what it means to you, the reader.
A woman scaled the historic monument on the 4th of July. What does this tell us about the current state of peaceful protest in America?