Six Problems With “Thirteen Reasons Why”

Unless you`re older than twenty one, there’s a chance everyone you know has been talking about Netflix’s new show, “Thirteen Reasons Why”. The show is an adaption of the 2007 book by the same name, and revolves around a high school student listening through thirteen tape recordings of why his classmate took her own life. The show has seen quite a lot of praise by … Continue reading Six Problems With “Thirteen Reasons Why”

The Real Meaning Behind Kendrick Lamar

This past week, M.A.A.D City rapper, Kendrick Lamar dropped his new album, “DAMN.” Kendrick in interviews before the release of the album said he wanted his album to be more focused on his relationship with God, something he feels is overlooked by many artists in his industry. Yet there was more than just biblical allusions in the rappers new album. Kendrick took several shots at … Continue reading The Real Meaning Behind Kendrick Lamar

Why The Founding Fathers Were Wrong

The hallmark of our liberal republic is the federal congressional presidency established by the Constitution as a replacement to the Articles of Confederation. The Founders did not completely agree over how the new government should have looked like. Although the consensus at the Constitutional Convention was that there ought to be a distinct legislative and executive branch in order to maintain a separation of powers and divided … Continue reading Why The Founding Fathers Were Wrong

North Korea Ready to Respond Strongly to United States, Officials Say

North Korea on Tuesday denounced the “foolish” deployment of the US Navy along the Korean peninsula, and warned that the regime is prepared to respond with “the powerful force of arms” if necessary. The sending of an aircraft carrier and its escort to the area by Washington “comes to prove that the foolish movements of the United States to invade the Democratic People’s Republic of … Continue reading North Korea Ready to Respond Strongly to United States, Officials Say

Catholicism vs Protestantism: An Orthodox Perspective

My colleagues Chip, Roman, and Sara have kicked off a debate over Catholicism and Protestantism at the Credible Hulk magazine. I would like to give a third, Eastern Orthodox perspective to the debate. For those who don’t know much about the Eastern Orthodox church, here is a quick (but certainly incomplete) brief. The Orthodox Church is a communion of Autocephalous churches who broke away from the Catholic Church in 1054; … Continue reading Catholicism vs Protestantism: An Orthodox Perspective

Several Killed in Truck Bomb Attack in Stockholm, Sweden

The driver of the truck that crashed passers-by in central Stockholm on Friday committed an “attack” in which several people died, Swedish security services (Säpo) said. After hitting several people, the vehicle hit a store, and the wounded were being treated at the scene of the attack, according to the images broadcast by the television. “There are dead and many injured,” a security services spokeswoman, … Continue reading Several Killed in Truck Bomb Attack in Stockholm, Sweden

9 Civilians and 3 Military Personnel Dead in US Airstrike

The United States launched a massive bombing on Syrian targets this Thursday, with at least 59 guided missiles in response to a chemical weapons attack for which the White House has blamed Syrian leader Bashar al-Asad. The attack left at least six Syrian soldiers dead and dozens injured, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). A Pentagon source reported that 59 Tomahawk missiles … Continue reading 9 Civilians and 3 Military Personnel Dead in US Airstrike

Influntial Republican Lawmaker Dismisses Russian Allegation

Republican lawmaker Devin Nunes, chairman of the House of Representatives’ Intelligence Committee, announced Thursday that he is refusing to investigate allegations of Russian interference in last year’s presidential election. Nunes, a strong ally of Trump, was at the center of a huge controversy over attempts to politicize investigations and protect the White House, although in an official note blamed the controversy on “leftist activists.” According … Continue reading Influntial Republican Lawmaker Dismisses Russian Allegation

Venezuelan Parliament Begins the Process of Removing Socialism

Unable to begin session today, the Venezuelan National Assembly on Wednesday will plan to remove magistrates of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) that carried out the coup d’etat which would have prevented a recall vote against the current President, Nicolas Maduro. The only point to discuss will be the rupture of the constitutional order and the permanence of the coup in Venezuela. Although the TSJ assures … Continue reading Venezuelan Parliament Begins the Process of Removing Socialism

Blame Progressives not Capitalism for Imperialism

They talk about the failure of socialism but where is the success of capitalism in Africa, Asia and Latin America? – Fidel Castro One of the biggest arguments about capitalism and to a greater extent, globalization, is that it’s a means of multinational organizations to exploit third world developing nations. Large corporations take advantage of unsafe and poorly regulated working conditions and organizations like the … Continue reading Blame Progressives not Capitalism for Imperialism