Monthly Archives: May 2016

May 31

Email Scandal Continues to Haunt Clinton

Hillary Clinton must have never thought that having her own server while Secretary of State could cost her the chance of becoming president. Of course, if she knew, she would have followed protocol and used a secure server. But what if she did know? What if she wanted to have her own server so she […]

May 26

Why Donald Trump Won GOP Primary

Today, Donald Trump officially put to rest all talks of a contested convention, talks of him not being the nominee, and talks of him not having what it takes. Just weeks ago, in fact, Senator Ted Cruz hinted to Glenn Beck that if he had the support, his campaign could easily come back. There were […]

May 24

Why Donald Trump Has a Chance

Donald Trump posted a quote on his social media accounts weeks ago, that went like this: “First they ignore you, then laugh at you, then they fight you, then they win.”-Mahatma Ghandi Posted during the end of February, this post could not have been more accurate for Trump’s campaign. Standing in front of a stadium filled with […]

May 21

OK State Legislature Passes Major Anti-Abortion Law

While abortion is legal nationwide due to the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case in 1973, there are anti-abortion groups that are doing everything in their power to reverse this ruling. Every year, there is an annual “March for Life,” with anti-abortion protesters swarming the nation’s capital with the hope to pressure law makers to […]

May 18

Fox News Warms Up to Trump

Last night, everyone held their breath as we once again saw Megyn Kelly and Donald  Trump go at it. The first time was at the first Republican debate in August, where Kelly fired questions about Trump’s treatment of women. Trump was not happy about this, and immediately called out Fox News for trying to attack […]

May 17

Trump and Kelly’s Complicated Relationship

If you have followed this election cycle, you will surely remember the first Republican debate. Hosted by Fox News, Megyn Kelly started the debate with a pointed question to Trump about his rumored treatment of women. From this moment, there has been some serious effects. The first effect was the picture Kelly painted of Trump. […]

May 15

New to Gingrich for Trump’s VP?

After Senator Ted Cruz made the surprise announcement that he chose Carly Fiorina as his VP running mate, people started to wonder who Trump would choose. Cruz’s announcement came as such a surprise, that there was no time for political commentators to speculate and make predictions. There was also no time for his voters and […]

May 13

Gingrich and Boehner Push Trump

Donald Trump’s campaign shifted quite significantly over these past few weeks. Before, it was the world shocked when Governor Chris Christie formally endorsed him for president, and many wrote it off that it was just because he was mad at the GOP. But now,  real political hard hitters are starting to throw the punches for […]

May 10

Cruz Hints at a Comeback

As every lawyer, author, and poet knows, there are power in your words. The power lies in the ability to use them to your advantage, or interpret words to someone else’s disadvantage. For this reason, there is special attention right now to the word “suspend.” You might have noticed that when all candidate announce that […]

May 10

The Political Power of Sarah Palin

In politics, endorsements go a long way. So do political opinions, and support for ideas or legislation. But some politicians have much more sway and influence than others. Ironically, these same politicians sometime have more critics and enemies than others. In our current political environment, there is one who really stands out above the rest […]