If we have gained anything from the Trump Presidency and the pandemic, it is that many of us are now much more interested in politics. The Trump presidency will soon be over. For better and for worse, politics are here to stay.
It’s easy to go out and get sucked into a viral post or random news story you read but before you go and repost it onto your favorite social media outlet, think twice about the source and whether or not your action will spark a genuine intelligent debate, or just make people angry
Recently, Two of the last five elections were won without gaining the most votes (40%), vs all of US history – 5 Presidents elected out of 58 elections lost the popular vote (9%). Has the system been hacked?
Our choice in the 2020 Presidential race actually has a very simple algorithm behind it from which we can cast our vote. All the issues aside, when we cast our vote we have to ask ourselves what is the cost of division in America? I have been in many a debate over economic and foreign […]
Could Texas Go Blue in 2020? Texas has long been considered one of the safest states for the Republican Party. Though its cities are mostly blue, its rural areas are deep red and make up a large proportion of its population. Could Texas go blue in 2020? The 2020 presidential election could be pivotal in […]
we would need to have a civilized discourse by two intelligent candidates that uphold the virtues of patience, honest discourse, preparation, passion for knowledge, oratory finesse, respect for their opponent, and respect enough for the people listening to know that they deserve more than click bait phrases and headlines
Cancel Culture Harms the Liberals’ Cause Cancel culture is the practice of withdrawing support from people or companies when they do or say something objectionable. The approach has been employed by both conservatives and liberals historically. But in 2020, liberals are more likely to take part in this phenomenon. Perhaps without knowing it, liberals involved […]
The truth is I abhor the use of liberal/conservative/left/right/democrat/republican language when speaking about politics. Putting people into those buckets is akin to putting us in street gangs, good for only divisiveness. I actually believe voting along party lines should be looked at suspiciously as it doesn’t seem to suggest our representatives are voting for their constituents but rather for the success of their party. What I want to look at are the main arguments I have observed and the psychology behind the support of a figure who has become, whether you like it or not, a divisive figure with a questionable past.
Fear mounts over looming eviction crisis The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone, but economically vulnerable families are hardest hit. These families are experiencing job loss and bringing home lower wages, in addition to being at higher risk for virus infection and death. The dire economic situation resulting from the COVID-19 shutdown has escalated resulting in […]
Four Reasons Kamala Harris is a Good Choice After weeks of pundit speculation, Joe Biden announced United States Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate for the 2020 election. Harris’s experience, family background, stances on big issues, and voter appeal made Kamala Harris a good choice for VP. Harris is a seasoned civil servant Before […]