Monthly Archives: June 2015

June 28

The Real Message from Gay Marriage

This week showed the true power of the democratic process. Not in the separation of powers (judicial branch went ahead with a decision despite Congress or the White House), but from sheer pressure from the American people. There has been a movement for years for gay marriage, and this week, the gay community saw the […]

SCOTUS

June 26

“Get out of my wallet, and get out of my bedroom”

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that gay marriage is legal in all 50 states. Today marked the end of protests, rallies, and gatherings to urge either states or the federal government to allow marriage between gay couples. This was a hot topic for many Republicans. Many GOP politicians said that they […]

June 25

Why Trump ACTUALLY Has a Chance

In a recent Fox News poll, the notorious TRUMP is second to Governor Jeb Bush in the sea of GOP hopefuls for 2016. Yes, you read that correctly, Trump is in front of Fox News favorite Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Marco Rubio, and Governor Rick Perry. While this may seems hard to believe, as the […]

June 25

Obamacare Wins Again

Many Republicans who have been constantly looking for angles to take down Obamacare and use the Supreme Court to make an aspect of it unconstitutional, were defeated yet again today when the Supreme Court ruled in King v. Burwell that federal subsidies to individuals in states is constitutional. President Obama spoke today in the Rose […]

Watch Jeb Bush on Jimmy Fallon

June 22

Governor Nikki Haley: It’s time to move the flag from the Capitol grounds”

One week ago, America heard yet another horror story that caused people around the nation to grieve for nine innocent lives taken from an act of hatred. Dylan Roof walked into a Bible Study at one of the oldest African American churches in America, located in Charletson, South Carolina, and murdered innocent men and women […]

June 22

Identity Politics –>Separation in America

It seems that at a time when Americans should be coming together, we are drifting apart more and more. Shootings, riots, protests, demonstrations: the list goes on and on. “Black Lives Matter,” is an example of how much we have not progressed as a nation. Politicians even, are searching for the women’s vote, the Latino vote, the […]

June 17

The Trump Card

In the atrium of the Trump Tower in New York City, surrounded by his fashionable, jet setter family, Donald Trump announced he would run for the 2016 presidency. It is no secret that Trump has constantly been eyeing this office, as a person with an ego as big as his would view this as the ultimate […]

June 16

Can We Tell the Primary from Snapchat?

If you want to look at who will win the primaries from each party, there is one way to pretty much determine who has the most appeal, and that is from the popular app Snapchat. While this may seem crazy, this app is the new way many millennials spend their free time, engage with friends, […]