| Photo from Washington DC Tours | There seems to be a concerningly thriving trend within American political discourse to label any opposition as Fascist. As current generations have become farther and farther removed from the authentic Fascist regimes of the past, activists have become increasingly vocal in their classification of any politician, short of an anarchist, as a Fascist corrupting the soul of The United States as we know it. These designations are not only both h
(AP PHOTO/PATRICK SEMANSKY) Photo From The American Prospect Both the Republican and Democratic Parties have failed communities of color in various ways that either alienate them or take them for granted. No one has tried to stop the Democratic Party power grab and Republicans have disappointed millions of voters by failing to provide an adequate alternative. In the wake of the death of George Floyd, we have reached a turning point. The relationship between the public and est
On August 13th, in a historic act, the United Arab Emirates allied with Egypt and Jordan in establishing a peaceful diplomatic relationship with Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan crown prince of Abu Dhabi will sign bilateral agreements that will enhance both countries’ economies and help to advance society. This breakthrough facilitated by President Trump is a step in the right direction for Middle Eastern countries’ relationshi
PICTURE SOURCE: Reuters; VOA In early August, 1942, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt administration willfully turned their backs on the Jews of Europe as they were rounded up and sent on trains to their slaughter. FDR’s administration covered up the atrocities — keeping information, which was courageously smuggled to them, under wraps for over three months — allowing two million Jews to die before making their knowledge public in mid-November, 1942. Once they announced what they
For too long the Democratic Party has been the only party holding the microphone in conversations about the environment. Climate change has surpassed merely an issue of importance to voters to become a national and global threat. Two-thirds of voters agree that the federal government does too little to combat climate change. However, a much smaller fraction of our party agrees. This dichotomy represents a two-pronged threat wherein the GOP will suffer at the ballot box, and b
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