Home of the Free and Land of Workplace Discrimination

Americans take pride in our country’s ideals of justice and equality, and in that fact that each citizen is made to be equal under the law. Here’s the truth though: Every citizen is not equal under the law, and justice/equality are terribly lacking in many areas, specifically in regards to LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, […]

The Social Media Revolution

The advent of social media has served as one of the largest revolutions that have ever befallen human civilization. It has greatly changed the way we interact with others, how we can influence politics and how different societies can connect with one another like never before. While social media has ushered new cultural norms such […]

Putin Challenges the West By Sending Troops Into Ukraine

Despite stern warnings from President Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin has activated large numbers of military personnel in the Crimean Peninsula of Ukraine. Earlier this week, Russia’s Upper House of Parliament unanimously voted to authorize Putin to use military force in Ukraine. Russia’s actions came soon after Ukraine’s former President, Viktor Yanukovych, fled Ukraine following […]

Obama Orders Military to Prepare For a Complete Withdrawal From Afghanistan

President Obama has ordered top military commanders to initiate the early stages of a complete withdrawal from Afghanistan to ensure that all Americans service members are out of the war torn nation by the end of this year. For months, Obama has been trying to convince Afghan President Hamid Karzai to sign a bilateral security […]

Obama Could Soon Make the Case for Military Intervention in Syria, Again

President Obama has called for a revision of America’s strategy in Syria and it seems as though the commander in chief could once again make a push for military action. The civil war in Syria has only worsened with time. Diplomatic efforts made by the United States and its allies have failed to achieve any […]

Paul Ryan’s Plan for the Youth

After Ann Romney, Mitt Romney wife, spoke Republican Paul Ryan stood on the podium and introduced himself to the nation. At the National Convention, the theme of the night was “We Can Change It”. Ryan is the first member of Generation X to be in the co-presidential campaign. Ryan said, “of my generation to give […]

Syria Needs Help: Why Are We Hesitating

Almost a year after President Obama urged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down he enforces his statement by signing a covert order to allow the CIA and other agencies to support Syrian rebels. Publicly, the Obama administration has stated that it is assisting the rebels in Syria, but stopping short of directly arming the […]

Romney + NAACP = Votes

Mitt Romney’s strategic political move of addressing the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People on July 11, 2012 worked to his advantage, as his campaign intended. Throughout the primaries Romney has come under fire for his repetitive message, lack of explanation on his policies, contradictions, and disconnect to voters. Romney’s speech expressed his […]

Aftermath of Affordable Care Act Passage

Constitutionality Of The Decision The controversial healthcare legislation initiated by President Obama passed Thursday June 28, 2012, the Supreme Court justifies their decision as it being another tax.  The Constitution allows Congress the power to tax in Article 1- Section 8 of the Constitution it does not specify for what purposes. As a result, all […]