On October 1st, people gathered in Washington Square Park to protest after the recent death […]
Month: October 2022
Censorship in Schools is Not Just Florida’s Problem
In late March, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law the “Parental Rights in Education” […]
Is a Global Recession Inevitable?
A quick glance at the news would likely leave one strongly concerned, if not thoroughly […]
Ron DeSantis—The New Donald Trump?
Much like his presidency, Donald Trump’s departure from office has been plagued with scandal. The […]
Inflation in The US: A Problem That Shouldn’t Be Political
Beginning in 2021, the US and the world as a whole began to experience rates […]
Mayor Adams Struggles to Address NYC’s Worsening Affordable Housing Crisis
New York City Mayor Eric Adams ran for office promising to create more affordable housing […]
Democrats and the Latin Vote
Democrats have long relied on the vote of the Latin community because of its historically […]
Independent State Legislature Theory: What It Is and How It Will Affect The Future
After a tumultuous term, The United States Supreme Court returns from recess on the first […]
Snowden’s Citizenship: Why Now?
Edward Snowden began working for the US National Security Agency in 2009 as an intelligence […]