Vaccines for COVID-19 have become a highly contested subject in the American culture wars. Vaccines for COVID-19 have become a highly contested subject in the American culture wars. According to a survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, about 10.4% of the adult population claim they will most likely refuse to get vaccinated. Reasonings behind their refusal vary. Some are concerned about side effects, while others do not trust its safety or effectiveness. More colorful excuses often involve a global conspiracy spearheaded by Bill Gates and Dr. Anthony Fauci, who apparently seek world domination. Some people swore off the vaccine since it made their cousin’s friend from Trinidad’s testicles swell up, which ruined their marriage. On the surface, there appears to be a wide range of excuses to refuse the vaccine, but regardless of motivation, something that all anti-vaxxers have in common is that they are now a minority of the American public.
By Nora Hogan Arts Editor If you haven’t been living under a rock for the…
As I logged on to Facebook one day however (always a mistake) I had noticed some former acquaintances of mine, and even some family members, posting some startling information. This information had to do with the biggest right-wing boogeyman to ever be created in elections: voter fraud.
Sup bro dudes, it’s your boy, back to tell you about the latest insanity that has pegged my mind these past couple weeks. THE DEATH OF DEMOCRACY! HOORAY! IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING!
Fuck. That’s the only word appropriate right now, in all honesty. Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away last week at the age of 87.
The Democratic Primary Debate Continues By Henry Hittle Staff Debate Moderator On Wednesday the 20th,…
I know what you’re thinking. “Why would you even suggest something like this. Do you honestly think Democrats should move to the right in this upcoming election cycle?”
Of course not. I’d like to think I’m a pretty liberal guy, our system should work for everyone. However, when it comes to organization and strategy, the Democrats have not exactly had the best strategy for dealing with Trump in the past few elections.
n the wake of Bernie Sanders’ 2016 Campaign for President in the Democratic primary and especially in the aftermath of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-NY) election to the United States Congress, Democratic Socialism is seeming to enjoy its moment in the sun.
As 2019 arrives so do the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. As of now, Senator Kamala Harris (California), Obama’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro (Texas), Representative Tulsi Gabbard (Hawaii), Former Representative John Delaney (Maryland), and entrepreneur Andrew Yang (New York) have announced that they are running in the democratic primary.
The Democratic presidential primaries are more than a year away, but here’s an early look at many of the possible candidates. Special thanks to Wikipedia for a comprehensive list of 42 (!!!) possible candidates.