Who Will Mourn Syria?

On Wednesday air strikes were launched into Syria amid a formal announcement from Erdogan of Turkey's intentions on Twitter. This came as a shock to nobody, seeing Turkey's intentions have been explicitly known for some time. The air strikes targeted villages with locations of Syrian Defense Force positions, and has been reported by the SDF... Continue Reading →

When The Democrats Are Tired

Many American’s take pride in lighting up their fashion runways for politicians instead of models, with the third democratic presidential debate of the season set to take place we are guaranteed a spectacle. this election cycle I’ve remained silent, perhaps to a fault. I was so fervently invested in the last election I think I... Continue Reading →

Workplace Democracy (How to be Your Own Boss)

Introduction. If you ask the average American why they believe their country is great they’ll usually mumble something about free speech, civil liberties, and eventually they’ll get around to democracy. In recent years the concept of democracy has lost its weight due to forces all around us working to diminish democracy; because at its core,... Continue Reading →

Gandhi Flip-Flops and MLK Day

Yesterday it was reported that outrage has stirred in India due to a consumer item advertised on Amazon. The item was a pair of flip-flop sandals with an image of Mahatma Gandhi's face on the top of them. The sandals cost 16.99$ and required that the user put their feet directly on Gandhi's face while... Continue Reading →

What Does it Mean to be American?

With the presidential election seeping into every normal day-to-day conversation, the idea of 'American' is tossed around as a given. The candidates appeal to the fact that they stand for American values, which is supposed to somehow be a persuading argument. But as with most things the term 'American' is so ambiguous that it requires... Continue Reading →

Colin Kaepernick and Civil Protest

By now most everyone has heard of the events surrounding Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, and his refusal to stand during the national anthem played at football games. It began with him simply sitting on the bench and evolving him to take a knee during the anthem, almost as a gesture of respect.... Continue Reading →

Third Party Politics

It was reported earlier today that Jill Stein, the assumed presidential candidate of the Green Party, offered to step aside if Bernie Sanders wanted to run on the party's ticket. This is an interesting proposal, especially since just yesterday it was leaked that Sanders will supposedly endorse Clinton at an upcoming rally next week. The... Continue Reading →

Value of the U.S. Constitution

Typically I don't read Slate.com, for a variety of reason, but a friend of mine brought a recent article of theirs to my attention. The article of course being where judge Richard A. Posner states he doesn't see any value to spend "decades, years, months, weeks, day, hours, minutes, or seconds studying the Constitution." His... Continue Reading →

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