Terrorism becomes a hot topic in America once again

Following the devastating attack by ISIS in Paris, the U.S. presidential candidates have quarreled over their opinions on terrorism and what action the United States should take concerning Syria and other middle-eastern countries. Continue reading “Terrorism becomes a hot topic in America once again”

No refugee zone

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More than a dozen US states say Syrian refugees are no longer welcome due to security fears after the Paris attacks.

Alabama, Texas and several other states issued similar statements but a State Department spokesman said the legality of this action was still unclear. Continue reading “No refugee zone”

Navigating election season: Political advice from a political novice

A new President will be elected a year from now. If you are like me, the idea of performing your civic duty by voting leaves a knot in the pit of your stomach. Not because you don’t want to be a good citizen, but because understanding the myriad of issues through the extensive candidate-to-candidate tongue-lashings can be a bit difficult to navigate through. Continue reading “Navigating election season: Political advice from a political novice”