Joe Biden and all his Malarkey

Since the beginning of the 2020 presidential campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden emerged as the indisputable frontrunner. Biden simply dominates other candidates, consistently polling in first place nationally and raising over $20 million. Due to his experience as President Obama’s right-hand man and position as a moderate in a field of progressive candidates, many contend that Biden is the …

White Privilege​

What does privilege mean to you? When one hears the word privilege, it almost sounds offensive. It is as if you worked really hard for something, you earned it, and then all of a sudden, the obstacles that you’ve gone through didn’t matter. However, that is not what it is. This simple comic clearly explains privilege. The environment in which …

Is it too Late to Stop the Inflation Epidemic?

Psychologists and teachers are warning that grade inflation may lead to worthless degrees and cognitive biases, leaving students thinking they are smarter than they actually are. In recent years, the number of students awarded “first” or “high honors” degrees has soared and most universities have an unexplainable jump in honors degrees awarded. This problem is most critical in the United …

China’s Interment Camps

Recently, the United States House of Representatives passed a bill— Uyghur Act— condemning  “[the] gross human rights violations of ethnic Turkic Muslim in Xiniang.”  This bipartisan bill passed in the House overwhelmingly—this bill would call for addressing the “mass internment of over 1,000,000 Uyghurs,” and call for the Trump Administration to impose sanctions against China for their reprehensible actions.  China, …

Education & Funding

The United States is one of the greatest countries in the world, yet our educational system has ranked 38th in math and 24th in science. How can this be? The United States federal budget is at an estimated $3.438 trillion, so what’s the problem? Surely the government has enough money to better the educational system. One might think so, but …