As the U.S. becomes more divided, will old battle lines be redrawn, pitting Americans against Americans as it was 150 years ago?
Beyond the insane headlines and moronic soundbites, sits an even scarier truth. America under Donald Trump isn’t that different from what it was before.
I think it’s safe to say that the costumed, albeit violent, Berkeley protest represents the culture war in the U.S. Confused, shallow, and vain.
Yes, we all cheered when one of the Trumps handed in his resignation, but the manner of Michael Flynn’s exit speaks of a rather bleak and easy to imagine future.
Barack Obama was a great father figure, an inspiration, and a great voice. But was he as great as we expected him to be? I say no.
With Trump’s cabinet now stocked, it’s time we focus on what’s coming, not what’s already happened.
The winning vote for a Donald Trump Presidency has seen cries that democracy has failed and strong rejection from those opposed. It seems that nothing was learned from Brexit, right?
Keeping last week’s shocking election result in mind, I’d like to pose a larger question: Is the democratic system broken? And if so, how do we fix it?
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Marco Rubio apologizes to Trump, Trump talks about his “haters,” and Bernie Sanders has a great week.
The term “populist” has been thrown around the U.S. election to negatively describe both candidates Trump and Sanders … but, what does it mean?