Scholars and political analysts may attempt to analyze the rise of Donald Trump and cloak it in a type of collective psychosis by a segment of Americans.
Colin Kaepernick has been under attack for protesting about the mistreatments of people of color, yet Donald Trump as perpetrator gets a pass.
We will talk about the Europeans Union’s judgment against Ireland and Apple demanding that they pay back taxes and stop defrauding the Irish people.
This week several things occurred that dictates that our entire health care system is revamped. To be more specific, it needs to be completely restructured.
It is abundantly clear that it is time to re-engage in the healthcare debate and that single-payer Medicare-for-all is the only solution we must support.
Is this the final pivot for Trump as he hires his critic Kellyanne Conway as campaign manager while appealing for the black vote?
Trump is but America’s exaggerated alter ego. Racism is an ingrained problem that was taught from the inception of the United States.
Donald Trump purports to be a populist supporting those forgotten by the Democratic party, yet his economic plan is a danger for his most avid supporters.
The Democratic narrative must change if it is to regain the votes of the lower working class white citizens inasmuch as the policies are the right ones.
I am not voting against Donald Trump. I am voting for Hillary Clinton as the better choice among all the current crop of candidates.