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Trump, Putin, and Russia’s Plan to Reemerge as a Global Power

Trump, Putin, and Russia’s Plan to Reemerge as a Global Power

When Trump won the election on November 8th, one clear consequence of his victory was the further division between liberal Democrats and Conservative Republicans. Eight years ago, who would have thought that Americans today would call their political opposition Dumbfuckastan (literally Dumbfuckistan) […]

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Colin Kaepernick and What America Stands For

Colin Kaepernick and What America Stands For

On August 26th before the kickoff of a preseason football game, Colin Kaepernick refused to stand during the national anthem. Kaepernick said the following for his reason to protest: “People don’t realize what’s really going on in this country. There are […]

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Yin and Yang, The Lesser of Two Evils, and the Relativity of Our Decisions

Yin and Yang, The Lesser of Two Evils, and the Relativity of Our Decisions

“Constantly choosing the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil”-Jerry Garcia Jerry’s words strike a chord with people as much today as they did when he said them and as they will for future generations to come. Everyone is […]

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The Echo Chamber and How People Use Headlines to Define Their Narratives

The Echo Chamber and How People Use Headlines to Define Their Narratives

A few weeks ago, I posted an article about how certain individuals benefited from the Trump campaign. It was neither an endorsement nor denouncement of Trump, just an observation I wanted to share with my readers. After looking at the Facebook […]

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The System is Rigged: The Consequences of the DNC Favoring Clinton over Sanders

The System is Rigged: The Consequences of the DNC Favoring Clinton over Sanders

On July 22nd, Wikileaks released almost 20,000 emails documenting correspondences among high-level DNC officials.  The emails give us a glimpse into the world of Democratic party machine and how the Democratic National Committee, a supposedly neutral platform, actively violated that premise by […]

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The Trump Bump: 5 People Who Benefited Greatly From Trump’s Rise

The Trump Bump: 5 People Who Benefited Greatly From Trump’s Rise

The Republican National Convention kicks off this week, and Donald Trump will officially become the GOP candidate for President. His ascent from political outsider to presidential nominee is unprecedented. Never before has a candidate embraced their gaffes to the point […]

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American Success: An Interview With Kazi Sorrentino

American Success: An Interview With Kazi Sorrentino

Kazi Sorrentino. If you are not familiar with the name, you are his brand. The 22-year-old son of Bangladeshi immigrants is the CEO of Omicon Entertainment has thrown some of the most extravagant parties in New York City for Millennials […]

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The Generation Gap and Why Young Americans Should Care About the Brexit

The Generation Gap and Why Young Americans Should Care About the Brexit

On June 23rd, the United Kingdom voted by a slim margin to leave the European Union. Pundits and citizens alike have dubbed this event as ‘The Brexit.’ The immediate results of this decision have been tumbling markets, a drop in […]

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How Consumerism and Patriotism Are Synonymous

How Consumerism and Patriotism Are Synonymous

If you have walked into a liquor store lately, you will notice Budweiser cans plastered with the words America on it. Today, the world has come to know that Budweiser in synonymous with American culture, but this marketing tactic takes […]

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The Problem With Ideology and Why a Third Party is Bound to Rise

The 2016 election season has rewritten the rules for campaigning. Sanders was not supposed to be in the race this long and Trump was supposed to fizzle out in the summer. These events have caused pundits and “experts” to scratch […]

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