On January, 19th 2018 the United States government failed to agree upon a budget and officially shut down. This means that government employees will be put on a furlough until the situation is resolved. Those serving in the military will not be receiving pay though they will be expected to continue serving. Children in the Child’s Health Insurance Program-whose parents are too poor to afford … Continue reading United States Government Shuts Down
Around this time of year, you may start to notice an uptick in charity events and the visibility of charities. There is the familiar tingling of bells as the Salvation Army takes up collections for the poor. The season of Christmas is about giving, so it is no surprise that giving to the less fortunate is on the minds of so many. However, not all … Continue reading How Is Your Charity Money Spent?
During the Halloween season, students all across the country were warned not to engage in “cultural appropriation.” That is, they should not dress like people from other cultures. Continue reading Cultural Appropriation-A Liberal Myth
This year, the latest installment of the Star Trek franchise aired on CBS. It immediately stirred controversy due to the revamped appearance of the popular alien race known as Klingons. Not only had the physical appearance of the Klingons changed, but also some of their cultural aspects. In addition, to many longtime fans, the tone of the series had drastically changed from exploration to a … Continue reading Is the Entertainment Industry Tapped Out?
North Korea’s government responded to Trump’s critical tweets regarding their government by claiming that Trump declared war on their country. How they intend to respond to this perceived threat of war remains unclear although Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho claimed that, “Since the United States declared war on our country, we will have every right to make all self-defensive counter measures, including the right to … Continue reading Will War Occur With North Korea?