The president’s move to punish Russia has scrambled partisan lines. Finally a balanced look at the whole “Russia hacking the US election” charges and the reactions all around. … Continue reading Does Anyone Know What to Make of Obama’s Sanctions?
In little noticed comments last week, Hillary Clinton suggested that the US should start preparing “military” responses to cyber-attacks allegedly perpetrated by Russia on the DNC and voter registration files. And her … Continue reading Almost everyone gets Russia wrong – apart from Obama (and Trump!)
The recent floods in Louisiana have been considered the “worst natural disaster in the United States since 2012’s Superstorm Sandy”, according to the American Red Cross. These floods, which have affected the … Continue reading Floods in Louisiana and Climate Change
The 2016 presidential race has captivated media attention from the start, with many Americans struggling to support the best the two-party system can offer. An argument for voting … Continue reading Political Rhetoric: Do Politicians Mean What They Say? By Kaitlynne Sanfilippo
When one or more countries ally with one another, they can agree to act as economic and/or military partner, ensuring mutual benefit to all involved. However, when a superpower such as the United … Continue reading On Alliances: Are They Necessary for Good Diplomacy? By Kaitlynne Sanfilippo
It is often said when it comes to being President of the United States that there will always be someone who disagrees with what you said or what you’ve done. Criticizing the … Continue reading “Thanks Obama”
With the recent shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, combined with the shootings that occurred in Dallas, the United States has endured a very dark week. Both Alton Sterling and Philando … Continue reading Gun Rights and Racial Bias in America
While missing a Supreme Court Justice, deciding issues may prove to be more difficult and cause even more gridlock in the government. This just goes to show that nothing is really getting … Continue reading Supreme Court Tie Blocks Obama Immigration Plan
An American drone strike in a restive province of Pakistan killed Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansour, the leader of the Afghan Taliban, the White House confirmed on Monday.Calling the death “an important milestone,” … Continue reading Obama Confirms Death of Mullah Mansour, Taliban Leader, in U.S. Strike – The New York Times
The White House said the House measure could face a veto from President Barack Obama. Does this mean they want half the people to get the virus or everyone? Source: Senate OKs … Continue reading Senate OKs $1.1 billion to fight Zika virus; House wants half that
It’s not what you think! Continue reading The real reason why we are talking about going to war with Syria
State of the Union response by Rubio Continue reading Rubio did WHAT during his SOTU response?