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Propaganda or Smart Policy?: An Objective Look at North Korea’s Defense of Its Nuclear Program
Unless you have been living in a cave or under a rock, you are probably already aware of the situation going on between North Korea and the United States. With the recent events that have taken place involving not only missile tests, but now the death of Otto Warmbier, tensions between the two countries are much higher than usual. We have already covered this situation, but today we are going to take a look at why North Korea wants nuclear weapons in the first place.
The War on Drugs: A Failed Policy
For as long as humans have walked the Earth, people have taken drugs for everything from religious ceremonies to medical purposes, and sometimes simply for their intoxicating effects. Despite their long history of use, mind-altering substances have arguably never been as controversial as they have been in recent history.
5 Ways Legalizing Marijuana Would Benefit Everyone
This past election has been an emotional one for us all. Whether you think Trump’s victory is the beginning of a new era of greatness for the USA or the very end of civilization as we know it, there is some objectively good news coming out of this election. In addition to choosing the next president, voters in California, Massachusetts, Nevada and Maine also decided to finally legalize the recreational use of marijuana for adults. Arizona also voted on this matter but decided against legalization by a small margin.
Is Trump a Cultural-Relativist? What He Inadvertently Revealed During His Speech to Saudi-Arabia
So far, Trump’s Presidency has been “eventful” to put it lightly. Between the avalanche of news and high level of controversy, much of the country has been divided into the “never-Trumpers” and the “Trump can do no wrong” camps. One of many negative side-effects of this emotionally charged cultural divide had been the near eradication of unbiased coverage of this Presidency and his policies. This has resulted in a lack of in-depth analysis of many important events. One of the most significant instances of this has been the coverage of Trump’s speech in Saudi Arabia. It appears that bias has blinded most analysts to some major revelations into Trump’s policy for the Middle-East and his ideology in general.