U.S. Politics

Donald Trump and the Politics of Ideology

July 25, 2017 admin 0

By Christian Lingner Back from the days when Donald Trump’s rhetoric still focused on “making big deals” and building a wall along the Texas border, a snippet of one May 2016 interview stands out as indicative […]

U.S. Politics

The Party of Reaction and Inaction

June 19, 2017 micah.rate 0

By Micah Rate Over the last eight years, the Republican Party voiced its disapproval of former President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party’s progressive policies. Republicans in Congress claimed that if given the U.S. Senate […]

The Middle East

Surveying the Past and the Present

June 11, 2017 isaac.simon 0

By Isaac Simon Donald Trump’s first visit to the middle east was as anticlimactic as it was historic. His speech in Riyadh can only be understood in the context with which he was received. King […]

U.S. Politics

When Comedy Becomes Horror

June 5, 2017 micah.rate 0

By Micah Rate Earlier this week, comedian (using the term generously) Kathy Griffin posted a picture of herself holding up a severed and bloody model of President Donald Trump’s head to Twitter. As the story […]