Not since the Great Recession has the top 1% received as much spite. The rise of socialism in the Democratic party, the rising popularity of policies such as increased taxes on the wealthy and the overall success of companies like Amazon or Wal-Mart have been largely the source of the spite.
Protesters stormed the field during halftime at a college football game between Harvard University and Yale University Nov. 3. Reportedly, more than 500 protested because they wanted to attract attention to climate change and the fact that both universities divest in fossil fuels. Due to the…
It’s been weeks since the House of Representatives voted mostly among party lines to launch an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. This inquiry has been launched on the foundation of a whistleblower’s complaint that they heard from various sources that Trump, on a phone call, wa…
With the recent news that free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick bailed on a combine crafted specifically for him by the NFL, many people started to draw skepticism about whether he truly wanted to play in the NFL again.
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