Opinion: The Lack of Discourse Surrounding Syria

By: Meghan Malas When knowledge of Bashar al-Assad’s chemically induced massacre on citizens of his own country of Syria hit the public this past April 4, everyone, including the President of the United States, was stunned by the grotesque imagery of countless innocent lives suffering at the hand of a man who is supposed to be their leader. This event triggered immediate reaction by both … Continue reading Opinion: The Lack of Discourse Surrounding Syria

OPINION: The Results, and What Happens Now

By: Meghan Malas The American democratic process is one that has been held dearly by the people of this country since its founding. Democracy as a whole has its flaws–every type of government does–but above all, democracy is one type of government that directly represents the people, and with this, it will not fail to effectuate its prospect because a democracy in itself fulfills its … Continue reading OPINION: The Results, and What Happens Now

Ted Cruz “Suspends” Bid for Candidacy

By: Mitch Hughes The GOP field of presidential candidates that once had 17 people throwing their hats in the ring has now narrowed itself down to just 2. Ted Cruz has suspended his campaign following his defeat in the state of Indiana, which he claimed to be his “firewall state.” In his suspension announcement, Cruz stated, “From the beginning I’ve said that I would continue on … Continue reading Ted Cruz “Suspends” Bid for Candidacy