If Trump Isn’t Careful, He’ll Lose His Entire Support Base

Quite possibly the worst thing that happened to the Trump White House in the past couple of months was the quitting/firing of Steve Bannon from the President’s inner circle. While many moderate conservatives attempted to excuse or mock Trump’s connection with more populist platforms like Breitbart and Infowars, I think all of them clearly failed … Continue reading If Trump Isn’t Careful, He’ll Lose His Entire Support Base

Rhetorical Analysis of Magneto

Hey everyone, I've been busy producing a myriad of projects lately, so I figured I'd post a research paper I wrote for class analyzing the reboot of the character Magneto in the comics. Here's the article in question: http://comicsalliance.com/magneto-cullen-bunn-gabriel-hernandez-walta-jordie-bellaire-review-marvel/  The article, “Who is Magneto? Cullen Bunn and Gabriel Hernandez Walta Reestablish an Icon” sets out to … Continue reading Rhetorical Analysis of Magneto

America Needs to Decide Between Having Open Borders or a Welfare State

  Something that has never made sense to me in modern politics is how political parties that side with mass and unfiltered immigration also want the government to have massive control over economic freedoms and typically have a large social safety net. The European Union has adopted this failing policy, much to their detriment, and … Continue reading America Needs to Decide Between Having Open Borders or a Welfare State

Trump Decides to End DACA With 6 Month Delay; Why This Matters

In a somewhat bold decision today, President Trump has decided to repeal DACA, or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. This controversial act instituted by Former President Obama allowed children who were brought into the United States illegally to stay in the nation and acquire work under the moniker “dreamers”. About 800,000 children are affected … Continue reading Trump Decides to End DACA With 6 Month Delay; Why This Matters