If you ask most people about how 2016 was, the most responses you’d get would be ‘Horrible’, ‘Sad’, ‘Disappointing’, etc. A recent post by the inquisitr decided to highlight why 2016 was a bad year for female pop superstars, citing examples like Taylor Swift’s fallout with Kanye, Katy Perry’s ‘Rise’ falling down quickly down the charts, Britney’s Spears album ‘Glory’ not performing quite well, and Mariah Carey’s disastrous … Continue reading Why 2016 Was Actually a Good Year For Female Pop Stars
Tensions are rising all over the world as we reach the end of 2016. From Donald Trump’s controversial election into the white house, to the fight for Aleppo, to the conflict between Russia and the United states, it can be said that the world is at a very precarious stage. Seemingly, any tiny push, or poke, or tweet can send the world into another global conflict worse … Continue reading Is the World Heading Towards another Global Conflict?
On Dec 9th, the Central Intelligence Agency made a secret assessment public that state sanctioned hackers in Russia had interfered on Donald Trump’s behalf in the US election. Continue reading Russia and the US Elections
One of the many promises Donald J. Trump made throughout the course of his campaign, was to repeal Obamacare and replace it with “something so much better.” The republicans have tried on more than five dozen occasions, to repeal obamacare, but met roadblocks such as the democrats fillibuster, and the president’s veto. However, with a republican in the white house, and s republican majority in … Continue reading How Republicans plan to Repeal The Affordable Care Act
December 5 a jury in North Charleston, South Carolina failed to reach a verdict in the trial of a former South Carolina Police officer charged with fatally shooting an unarmed motorist Continue reading The Broken Jury System in America
America is a divided nation, now more than ever before. Continue reading A Divided America