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Does the Supreme Court Rule West?

| 06/02/2017 | 0 Comments
Does the Supreme Court Rule West?

After the Republicans went “nuclear” and avoided a filibuster from Senate Democrats, Judge Neil Gorsuch was sworn into the U.S Supreme Court as Justice Scalia’s successor. Judge Gorsuch was selected by the President as a result of his record within the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Although laws are created to protect all American citizens […]

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Why We Should Care About the French Election

| 06/02/2017 | 0 Comments

On May 7, 2017, France elected Emmanuel Macron, a centrist candidate, over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. This election, however, was a very different election than any other in recent memory. Since the 1950s France has been led either by the socialist party or the center-right party, but with the previous socialist president having an […]

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French Election 2017

| 04/23/2017 | 0 Comments
French Election 2017

Change. In today’s world where so many desire it’s power, so few actually agree on the “correct” manner in which to embrace it moving forward. For years, many cried for the end of the normalcy that took roots in our international cooperation and diplomatic relations. Starting on a hot British summer day last year, these […]

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U.N Ambassador Nikki Haley Advances Her Pro-Israel Agenda

| 04/18/2017 | 0 Comments
U.N Ambassador Nikki Haley Advances Her Pro-Israel Agenda

Nikki Haley was President Trump’s selection for UN Ambassador as she is recognized for her ability to undermine policies that she believes are anti-Israel. Since UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was sworn in two months ago by Vice President Mike Pence, she has diverged from the policies of former UN Ambassador Samantha Power and has demonstrated that she will not be a […]

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2020 Election Campaigns Already?

| 02/19/2017 | 0 Comments
2020 Election Campaigns Already?

The unpredictable personality of Donald Trump prevails after being sworn into the highest office of the United States. President Trump has been in office for about a month now. Yet, he filed for his 2020 re-election during the evening of Inauguration Day. He campaigned in South Carolina and Florida already. Although pundits were not expectant of this action, I would […]

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Election 2016 May Have Ended, But The Political Pandemonium Is Endless

| 02/16/2017 | 0 Comments

As the election of 2016 came to a conclusion this month, the social tensions amongst Americans only continue to intensify. Since Donald Trump was elected to the highest office of the United States, large crowds consisting of widespread demographics have turned out in the country’s largest urban cities to protest the results of the election. […]

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Why President Donald Trump’s Travel Ban is Counterproductive

| 02/02/2017 | 0 Comments
Why President Donald Trump’s Travel Ban is Counterproductive

President Donald Trump’s immigration ban sent shockwaves throughout the world last friday, inciting fear and anger in American citizens and foreign peoples. The executive order essentially prohibits people from seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the United States. The countries affected were Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen and the ban was placed […]

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A Visit From Prime Minister Theresa Mays

| 01/30/2017 | 0 Comments
A Visit From Prime Minister Theresa Mays

The first foreign leader to visit the White House under the Trump administration spoke in D.C. on Friday, January 27th. Theresa Mays assumed the prestigious position of the UK’s Prime Minister after the UK’s unforeseen Brexit vote. The UK was once a member of the European Union. The European Union is an organization of European states that cooperate with one […]

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