Liberals Usher in the Return of Civil Disagreement The country’s political divide and uncivil disagreement has deepened considerably in the last two decades. Under the Trump administration, things reached a boiling point. Trump supporters were intolerant of any criticism of their president, while liberals were quick to criticize his every move. Things seem to be […]
The Left’s Divide on Increasing the Minimum Wage The Trump administration’s four tumultuous years left many in the country with one hope: unity in government. But now that liberals control both chambers of Congress and the Executive Branch, ideological rifts are resurfacing. There is now a focus on increasing the minimum wage. The debate over […]
Three Reasons Liberals Shouldn’t Move to Impeach Following the insurrection at the Capitol, lawmakers and pundits are discussing the possibility of removing Trump under the 25th Amendment. Vice President Pence, however, has not indicated a plan to remove Trump from office, making it impossible to invoke the 25th Amendment. There are actually several logical reasons […]
If we have gained anything from the Trump Presidency and the pandemic, it is that many of us are now much more interested in politics. The Trump presidency will soon be over. For better and for worse, politics are here to stay.
It’s easy to go out and get sucked into a viral post or random news story you read but before you go and repost it onto your favorite social media outlet, think twice about the source and whether or not your action will spark a genuine intelligent debate, or just make people angry
Climate Change Policy Gets Left Behind Dramatic issues like COVID-19, the racial justice movement, mail-in voting disputes, and Supreme Court appointments have occupied headlines in 2020. As a result, many other policy issues have barely been discussed this campaign season, such as the climate change policy. With so many pressing and controversial issues facing the […]
Our choice in the 2020 Presidential race actually has a very simple algorithm behind it from which we can cast our vote. All the issues aside, when we cast our vote we have to ask ourselves what is the cost of division in America? I have been in many a debate over economic and foreign […]
we would need to have a civilized discourse by two intelligent candidates that uphold the virtues of patience, honest discourse, preparation, passion for knowledge, oratory finesse, respect for their opponent, and respect enough for the people listening to know that they deserve more than click bait phrases and headlines