Category Domestic Policy

The Wrong Side of History

“I am not proud to be an American today.” Six days after the horrific tragedies in the streets of Paris, the US House of Legislatures passed the American Security Against Foreign Enemies Act, or the SAFE Act. Along with the passage of this bill, 31 US governors have closed their borders to the resettlement of […]

Clear and Present Danger

In our society, gun control is often framed as an infringement upon our second amendment right- an attempt to strip us of our scared constitutional liberties. Countless brave men and women have died to defend our rights and so, we as a nation, must stand together, at all costs, to preserve this sacred protection from […]

Mr. Hope and Mr. Change: The State of the Union

A few days ago, President Barack Obama addressed a joint session of Congress for his last foreseeable time. In his seventh and final State of the Union address, POTUS employed an unconventional approach while talking with the American people. Instead of laying out a list of bills and initiatives he will champion his last year […]

Instagram is Changing and Why It is Important to You

You would be hard pressed to find any teenager without an Instagram. So I am sure many of you had a ‘mini freak out’ when you learned Instagram will be changing its feed. Accounts with large followings immediately began to accost their fans to turn on post notifications for their accounts so ‘you won’t miss any […]