The fault in our government: The need for a political revolution

I HATE TO BREAK IT TO YOU ‘MURICANS: BUT WE DON’T LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY. The reality is that most Americans are not surprised by this statement, they know that there is a grave problem in Washington, Money in Politics: The issue that affects every other issue. The United States has transformed from a Representative Democracy to a plutocracy. There is no debate about that, … Continue reading The fault in our government: The need for a political revolution

Revolutions Don’t Happen Overnight, or in One Election Cycle…

It has been nearly a year since the victory of Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential election, and ever since November 9th, the thought of who will be our next president has crossed all of our minds. Pollsters made their polls, pundits jumped into the news, correspondents toyed with potential 2020 contenders. I was one of those people who already began to shut out what … Continue reading Revolutions Don’t Happen Overnight, or in One Election Cycle…

Five former presidents featured at fundraising concert for hurricane victims

On Saturday, former United States’ Presidents Jimmy Carter, George HW Bush, Bill Clinton, George W Bush, and Barack Obama were featured at a fundraising concert for hurricane victims in the United States. The concert, The One America Appeal, was created to benefit victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Current President Donald Trump wasn’t there but applauded the concert for its “wonderful” work.⠀ ⠀ The … Continue reading Five former presidents featured at fundraising concert for hurricane victims

150 wildfires burn down Galicia

Around 150 wildfires have been recorded this past week in Galicia, an autonomous region in the north-west of Spain. Thousands of hectares of woodlands have been completely destroyed, and at least four deaths have been recorded. The fires, which originated in country fields and pushed through forests, even managed to make their way to the outskirts of important population centers like Vigo (300,000 inhabitants) or … Continue reading 150 wildfires burn down Galicia

Official defends Trump’s comments to war widow

United States General John Kelly stood up to condemn a Congresswomen’s accusations that President Donald Trump made a soldier’s widow cry at Thursday’s White House press briefing. US Congresswoman Frederica Wilson claimed earlier this week that Mr Trump told the bereaved wife of Sgt. La. David Johnson that “he knew what he was signing up for, but I guess it hurts anyway.” Mr Kelly, who is … Continue reading Official defends Trump’s comments to war widow

Harford County Sheriff’s Office Reports Multiple Injuries at Maryland Office Park Shooting

Photograph via Baltimore Sun 10:11 AM UPDATE: 5 shot at office park in U.S. state of Maryland. 3 people confirmed dead, 2 injured and police are still searching for the shooter. A sheriff’s office in northeastern Harford County, Maryland. Said that it is on the scene of a shooting at an office park. The Harford County Sheriff Office’s tweets that multiple injuries are reported at … Continue reading Harford County Sheriff’s Office Reports Multiple Injuries at Maryland Office Park Shooting

United States, Canada and Mexico halt NAFTA

Canada, the United States, and Mexico have halted the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations, and extended the discussion into mid 2018. All three nations have criticized their North American neighbors, and called their proposals counterproductive, with Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, saying the US conducted a “series of unconventional proposals,” and the US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer saying, “I am surprised and … Continue reading United States, Canada and Mexico halt NAFTA