politicians

Reviews of the politicians kissing babies and running governments around the world; applaud and criticize the decisions they make and their implications.

  • Jaime Hunter
    Published 6 months ago
    What Your Favourite Democratic Nominee Says About You

    What Your Favourite Democratic Nominee Says About You

  • John Heckenlively
    Published 6 months ago
    Primary Prediction

    Primary Prediction

    At the risk of being egregiously wrong, here are my predictions for how the first round of primaries/caucuses will go in the Democratic contests through March 3.
  • Donna McCoy
    Published 7 months ago
    The Candidate Who Inspired Me To Vote

    The Candidate Who Inspired Me To Vote

    Yesterday, I learned the candidate I had hoped to vote for ended his campaign for president. It took me by surprise as I really believed in him. I couldn’t think of a better man at this time to be my president than him. This president hopeful was Senator Cory Booker from New Jersey.
  • Juan Faragher
    Published 7 months ago
    20 Reasons to Join the #YangGang in 2020
  • Peter Rose
    Published 7 months ago
    Politics and personalities

    Politics and personalities

    Politics and personalities.
  • Josh K.
    Published 8 months ago
    Congrat's Mayor Pete Buttigeig!

    Congrat's Mayor Pete Buttigeig!

    Who is Mayor Pete Buttigeig? Will he win the nomination to be President of the United States of America? He would be the first openly gay candidate to ever run for President. That's cool, right? Or is he the best Presidential candidate! Initially piqued by his willingness to be open and vulnerable about his personal life I started to research Mayor Pete Buttigeig. Plagued with rumors and ramblings about his lack of cultural competence and his inability to connect with Black Americans due to his track record as Mayor of South Bend, the amount of incarcerated citizens, social injustice, and the poverty amongst the African American community, I started to look for ways he might still be a great candidate. How might we all address, provide solutions, and contribute to changing those issues? In many instances in addition to voting for a presidential candidate who promises to change the African American plight and does very little to nothing at all, we forget that we can also voice concerns at city council meetings and that those smaller city government bodies are tributaries spilling in the river of national government.
  • Grant Patterson
    Published 8 months ago
    William Shakespeare's Justin Trudeau

    William Shakespeare's Justin Trudeau

    It occurred to me last night that Canada’s perpetually embarrassing Prime Minster is living out the plot of a Shakespeare play.
  • Bridgett Leslie
    Published 8 months ago
    Lindsey Boylan: A New Voice Challenging Tired Rhetoric

    Lindsey Boylan: A New Voice Challenging Tired Rhetoric

    “The establishment does not appreciate a serious primary candidate against a longtime incumbent.”
  • Robert Bowen
    Published 9 months ago
    Money in Politics

    Money in Politics

    Money is the root of all evil, some say. Money plays the major role in the outcome of elections. Money, via lobbyists, determines which laws and regulations are enacted and which aren’t. And, money seeps into the very core of our nation by manipulating the nation’s values. It does that by controlling the media, which controls the message. It has been this way since the beginning. As a historian, I understand that when we fail to learn from history, we repeat it. I prefer learning over repeating.
  • Mike Bernos
    Published 9 months ago
    Roy Cohn and the Amoral President

    Roy Cohn and the Amoral President

    The once burning beacon of America’s democratic ideals is fading quickly and has been for four years under a president who has no more regard for the Constitution than an aethiest for the Bible. After four years of sending countless tweets like a pubescent discovering social media, President Trump has left no doubt to the extent of his narcissistic personality, his petty grievances, and his paper-skin sensitivity to anything less than adoration.
  • A.J. Jones
    Published 9 months ago
    There Are Blacks and Latino People Who Don't Trust Kamala Harris

    There Are Blacks and Latino People Who Don't Trust Kamala Harris

    When Kamala Harris won her seat in the senate, Black people across the country were happy to see a woman of color in office, but at the same time, there are Black people who don't trust her. If anybody wanted to tell you about Senator, Prosecutor, or Attorney General Kamala Harris and how she is; the people of California could probably tell you better than anybody. The residents of the cities of San Francisco and Oakland Metropolitan area (also known as the "Bay Area" or "The Bay"). Kamala Harris had a stiff and staunch stance on truancy and wanted to keep more kids back in school; because she had grown tired of the number of truant students rising in the state of California year after years after comparing the rates, numbers, and percentages against the other states in the country. Now, Harris champions herself as a "pioneer for reform in criminal justice," but her approach of how to keep students from being truant. She would start her "crusade on truancy" she started this back in 2010 campaign for Attorney General. She explained that the point of her campaign was to focus on chronic school absences. Harris sponsored a bill and to took it to the state and was passed. Harris' sponsoring of this bill made it a misdemeanor for parents of kids who missed more that 10% of the school's calendar days. This misdemeanor would consist of a $2,000.00 fine, up to a year in jail, or both. This law sent a lot parents to jail and even in some cases made the truancy problem worse. Harris was interview by Pod Save America and stated, "In some cases, the arrests and jail sentences were 'unintended consequences' of the state law that she championed her anti-truancy campaign on." She put black and brown parents behind bars while enforcing this anti-truancy law throughout California.
  • Hexe News
    Published 10 months ago
    Political Discourse: Does It Exclude the Working Classes?