The current state of Britain’s voting system is quite worrisome as it has misrepresented the will of the majority of the populace in a major political decision.
The inability of the Chester County Election Committee to properly listen to and weigh the voices of the public proves to be an interesting challenge to democracy.
This article discusses the growing divide between the intellectual elites on the far-left and right-wing populists on the far-right.
This article is a response to "How a Strange Massachusetts Election Helps Explain Britain's Brexit Chaos," written for the New York Times by Max Fisher, published March 16, 2019.
The Green New Deal, proposed earlier this year, is a non-binding resolution that primarily plans to battle the detrimental effects of climate change, but also advocates for methods to lower economic inequality amongst Americans. This resolution, promoted by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) ...
Honduras has been in the public eye recently due to the large-scale migration coming from Central America and President Trump’s decision to cut aid to the region. Since the U.S. backed Honduran coup d’état in 2009, the country has progressively become more violent and the country’s ...
How hyper polarization has led to politicians in the United States ignoring their constitutional obligations
Donald Trump has been constantly attacking and undermining the news media since his campaign. What does this mean for our American democracy?