I hate writing these articles, because whenever I have to write this it means a tragedy has happened. Although this specific article is in response to the Parkland School Shooting on Valentine's Day, it could easily be a response to any of the 32 mass shootings America has endured since 2000.
What a wild ride it has been. Today, we're less than two weeks away from the ever-important anniversary of Donald Trump's Inauguration. A businessman but political outsider, Trump was all but expected to win until the waning hours of Election Night. Recounts were demanded, Democrats decried the Electoral College, and everyone
Here’s the carrot: Republicans nationwide have been celebrating - and with good reason. Despite hysterical opposition by Democrats, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed the House and Senate. This is a huge (read: yuge) legislative accomplishment for the President. It’s a good bill for many reasons. The Brookings Institute calculated that
Ah, taxes. (NOTE: This article covers a general guideline of the House and Senate bills, which are different and constantly being changed. This article covers the general language of what the final bill is expected to address, but may differ from current or future versions) Republicans released a bill last week with
en Shapiro, editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire, will be giving a talk at UC Berkeley tonight, and judging by the headlines he is quite a dangerous figure. USA Today writes “Berkeley braces for visit by right-wing speaker Ben Shapiro.” The LA Times reports “Unprecedented measures at Berkeley for conservative writer's