Inside Hillary Clinton’s Election Blame Game

Hillary Clinton’s list of excuses for her embarrassing loss in the 2016 presidential election continues to grow coming up on her newly released book, “What Happened,” which chronicles her sociopathic tendencies to continually view herself as the victim. Clinton created a movement that was clearly not as massive and rapidly growing as the Trump’s “Make America Great Again” agenda which appealed to the working class. … Continue reading Inside Hillary Clinton’s Election Blame Game

Discovery Rewrites History of Mathematics

It used to be believed that trigonometry, the study of angles, was first developed by the Ancient Greeks. While Egyptians and Babylonians certainly laid the foundations for trigonometry, the Ancient Greeks were credited with inventing trigonometry as we know it. It was believed that the Greek mathematician Hipparchus was the first to construct a trigonometric function. A discovery from Iraq has challenged this theory and … Continue reading Discovery Rewrites History of Mathematics

Comic Books: A Changing American Art Form

This year, the movie Wonder Woman which is based off of a DC comic book superhero, grossed $653 million worldwide. The two Avengers films have combined to gross nearly $3 billion and the movie Logan, based on the popular comic book character Wolverine, made $615 million. Other comic book movies have also been wildly popular and profitable for movie studios. The trend will continue with … Continue reading Comic Books: A Changing American Art Form