politics

Politics does not dictate our collective cultural mindset as much as it simply reflects it; We've got to look in the mirror sometimes, and we've got one.

  • Jack A. Sibley
    Published a day ago
    What Is Next for Argentina?

    What Is Next for Argentina?

    On Sunday 27th, October 2019, Argentine voters went to polls, to elect their new President, with Alberto Fernández winning the election with 48% of the vote.
  • Tim Bryce
    Published 6 days ago
    The Whistleblower Rule Is Wrong
  • Peter Rose
    Published 9 days ago
    Electioneering and Truth

    Electioneering and Truth

    Electioneering and truth.
  • J.T. Wellington
    Published 9 days ago
    Millennial Flow in America

    Millennial Flow in America

    America is a young government even though its independence from British influence is more than 200 years old.
  • Martin Eden
    Published 19 days ago
    Dipole Moment in the US Politics

    Dipole Moment in the US Politics

    Perhaps the most notorious character of American politics is its ever-growing degree of polarization. A gullible person would think: well, what is so wrong about supporting different parties and having a variety of opinions? This question, unfortunately, cannot be answered in a yes-or-no manner simply because the American political realm does not just revolve around ‘’the variety of opinions’’ or ‘’expressing support towards different parties’’.
  • Grant Patterson
    Published 22 days ago
    Canada, Exposed

    Canada, Exposed

    Some people were surprised at the results of Monday’s Federal Election, when Justin Trudeau’s Liberals retained power, albeit in a minority government. I have to say, I wasn’t. Many would ask, how could a man so awash in scandal, so obviously shallow, so egregiously out of his depth, be re-elected?
  • Pouria Nazemi
    Published 24 days ago
    A Few Remarks About Canada Election 2019

    A Few Remarks About Canada Election 2019

    Monday, October 21st, Canadians cast their ballots to chose their representatives in the Parliament, and decided the fate of Canada's next government.
  • Tim Bryce
    Published 25 days ago
    The Political Money Game

    The Political Money Game

    BRYCE ON POLITICS
  • Alexander Nevsky
    Published 29 days ago
    Syrian Sovereignty Restored

    Syrian Sovereignty Restored

    With the United States withdrawing from Syria, the territories of Turkish and Syrian Kurdistan were being invaded by Turkish government forces. Western media has claimed that US withdrawal from the region was a failure and a threat to the Kurds. Turkey has not only started to reclaim Turkish Kurdistan, but also crossed over into Syrian Kurdistan. The government of Assad, seeing that Turkey is violating Syria’s legal borders, would send in their own troops into Syrian Kurdistan, not just to defend what the Syrian government views as their territory, but because of a deal they struck with the Kurds.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published about a month ago
    What Has Trudeau Done so Far?

    What Has Trudeau Done so Far?

    Our last election, Justin Trudeau had been elected as prime minister for Canada. I was curious how the Trudeau government has changed Canada, because I think it can help people make up their minds for who to vote for. I am hoping this helps people in the long run. Once again, we are to put our votes together to vote for another party that has more promises, but what has Trudeau accomplished since he was in power?
  • Kelly Thompson
    Published about a month ago
    Wait, Let's Rethink This

    Wait, Let's Rethink This

    If you live in Canada, you probably know that in less than a week, we will be heading back to the polls, and if you're from out of the country, then, Ayo! Suprise, Canada has another election that you may or may not have heard of. I think it's always an interesting idea to take a step back, and try to explain the election from the point of view of one outsider telling another outsider about the election, similarly to me talking about American or British politics to one of my friends, so I'll attempt to do the same thing here.
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published about a month ago
    My Non-Profit Idea

    My Non-Profit Idea

    My non-profit is supposed to help disabled people get a job. It also would be a way for other non-profits to print newsletters since we’d have the resources available to be able to do so. Positive news for free is lacking. So in which case, we need to create resources that print good things done by good people, as an antidote to all the hatred out there. Good is hard to come by these days, in particular the greater good. I had family once tell me not to be friends with disabled people, when excuse me, I’m trying to rid myself of my own paranoia about myself, because as it turns out, I do not qualify for a discounted bus fare. Sometimes the world keeps getting darker, because the news is all about people wronging each other, doing wrong, hurting people, and often is made of stories about conflict resulting in tragedy. Our world is forced to deal with a darkness that has descended upon us because of the leaders we elected into office that do not deserve to be there. Not everybody is going to be happy about the way things are.