The narrative is changing right in front of our eyes. Following in the wake of the White House’s decision to suspend funds to the World Health Organization (WHO) over the organization’s mismanagement of the COVID-19 outbreak and relationship with the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the mainstream narrative has shifted away from pinning blame on responsible actors. Instead of exploring timelines that show a direct correlation between the misleading messaging espoused by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the WHO’s director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, it has become more convenient for some to blame the reliable scapegoat, President Trump. The most scathing of these articles, “W.H
There is a phrase from the charism of the Xaverian Brothers: “give the gifts you have received as a gift to others.” There is no better phrase than that to describe my term as Chairman of George Washington University College Republicans. The past year has been a time of great achievement and growth for our organization. I have seen members of artistic inclination channel their gifts to improve our organization’s social media and digital presence. I have seen our politically inclined members give their gift of connections to hundreds of our members in the form of superb speakers on a variety of topics. And, perhaps most importantly, I have seen our members who have the gift of leadership expr
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