Modern politics are a mashup of game theory and political pretenses. This setup has many political interactions assimilating to chess mentality rather than a direct attack to any issue that may arise. This is best exemplified through the events of Monday, the 12 of July. Yesterday, 50 House Democrats gathered onto two private jets and … Continue reading Texas Democrats Take Off
On July 4th, 1776, all members of the Continental Congress signed the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia, establishing the 13 colonies’ separation from Great Britain, and recognizing a new sovereign state; this was the beginning of the United States of America. This day, all across the 50 states of the U.S., commemorates this declaration of … Continue reading Is July 4th a Cause for Celebration?
On Friday 25th of June, Judge Peter Cahill, sentenced Derek Chauvin to 22 and a half years in prison. A fraction of closure has been provided to a case that shook not only the nation, but the world. Judge Cahil explained his rational in sentencing Chauvin in a 22-page memorandum. Outlining four aggravating factors which … Continue reading 22.5 Years Short
When former U.S. President Donald Trump was suspended from Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Spotify, Twitch, Shopify, Stripe, Reddit, Tik-Tok, YouTube and Pinterest over his false and malicious statements as well as violent political rhetoric, it became a subject of debate as to whether social media platforms have the right to suspend or delete postings from political … Continue reading Are Social Media Giants a Threat to Freedom of Expression or Politicians?
Juneteenth marks national independence day to celebrate the emancipations of enslaved people in the areas who were in rebellion against the union. It was only a few days ago President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law. Today many Americans will be celebrating a holiday, rather than commemorating the end of … Continue reading “Happy” Juneteenth!
A few days ago, on June 7, 2021, Kamala Harris (the VP of the USA) had her first overseas trip, to Guatemala, since taking office. After she has been tasked by Joe Biden (POTUS) with controlling a surge in migration at the southern border, the trip is an information-gathering mission. For the VP, their main … Continue reading Making Fun of Voters: Kamala Harris and Manipulation Techniques by the (Italian) Right-Wing
"I'm sure many of you look at this former Jedi and think, 'Surely she cannot be this murderer or saboteur that they speak of.' And yet think of all the times we have been fooled by the Separatists and how they have infiltrated the Republic, and ask yourself, is this yet another Separatist scheme? Another … Continue reading The War By Propaganda
The second the last bell is rung, the last assignment has been submitted, or the last zoom class has been held, we know that summer is coming in full swing. We sit all year waiting for June to roll around; as we wait for the May showers to end, we know that the next month … Continue reading All Stand for June: The Origin of Pride
The Biden administration has expressed a desire to return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) following Trump's withdrawal in 2018. The agreement, which was signed by Iran, the US, and several world powers, was intended to restrict Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief. The program lasted three years and elongated Iran's … Continue reading The Return to a US-Iran Nuclear Deal
In early 2021 the Colonial Pipeline Company, the largest system of pipelines for oil products in the US, paid out over 4 million USD in ransom following a cyber attack. This means that hackers gained access to the company’s computerized controls over the pipeline and requested that the company pay the ransom in order to … Continue reading The U.S. and Ransomware: How Much Are You Willing to Pay for Your Information?