By Brent Hamlet Every Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I am inspired by the volume of people dedicating time to community service. Schools and government agencies close to reflect on the life and the legacy […]
By Jackson Richman On Friday, an expected 100,000-plus pro-life activists will march down Constitution Ave to the Supreme Court, which decriminalized abortion almost 45 years ago in Roe v. Wade. Although the 2017 Women’s March in […]
By Khalaf Dakheel My report is about plights we are living under for over three years in these camps. Below, I am showing you how we live in Camp Bersive, in Iraqi Kurdistan.
By Jackson Richman Barring another continuing resolution or a long-term spending bill, the government will shutdown on Friday night for the 19th time in American history. If the government were to temporarily be closed, below is […]
By Shep Gerszberg On Tuesday, the United States announced that they would be withholding about $65 million from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNWRA), the Palestinian refugee agency run by the […]
By Jeff Cahlon Anticipation is building for the State of the Union speech that President Donald Trump will deliver on January 30. The following is a leaked draft of the speech. Ladies and gentlemen, members […]
By Éno Agolli President Trump’s recent alleged remark about “shithole countries,” in reference to certain Central American and African countries, is not a mere addition to the streak of his usually provocative utterances and tweets. […]
Editor’s Note: This letter was originally published in The Jerusalem Post. By Khalaf Dakheel January 16, 2018 IDP camp, Iraq Dear World, I’m Khalaf Dakheel. I am a 17-year-old Yazidi. My people have always been peaceful and […]