Logan Paul was one of the most popular creators on the six second video sharing app, Vine. When Vine shut down in January 2017 due to competition from other social media apps such as Instagram, and lack of ad revenue, Viner Logan Paul looked to Youtube as his next step in the journey to becoming … Continue reading The Logan Paul Controversy
Information is omnipresent, and thanks to technology, it is easy to access. We no longer depend on our morning newspapers to learn about the events occurring in the world. We can read, watch, or listen to the news whenever and wherever we want. In fact, it is almost impossible not to be bombarded by news. … Continue reading Are You Being Manipulated by the Media?
There are many parallels between the recent French and American presidential elections. Like Hillary Clinton, the French president Emmanuel Macron had his emails hacked. In addition, Macron ran against Marine Le Pen, France’s far-right candidate who is comparable to Donald Trump. However, one of the most striking differences in the two elections--besides the outcomes--is France’s … Continue reading The Sound of Silence
This Sunday (February 19), fellow writer for New West Press, Lilou Redon, and I attended a town hall at the Iman Cultural Center in Palms. This meeting was one of the many gatherings that are a part of the Resistance Recess: save our healthcare, our communities and our democracy. This week (February 18-26) is the … Continue reading Let’s Get Political! #restistancerecess
Over the past few months, President Trump has made his intention of dismantling the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) no secret. Mr. Trump called climate change a hoax and attacked the 2016 Paris Agreement that legally binds countries to reduce carbon emissions. Scott Pruitt--Mr. Trump’s pick for head of the EPA--has been a sharp critic of … Continue reading Make America Green Again
On Friday, January 20th, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. This day will mark a historic transition of power that heralds great change in the coming months. Even before Trump takes the oath of office, President Obama’s legacy is being chiseled away. Congress is already working on … Continue reading A Fond Farewell to the 44th
There is no such thing as a perfect presidential candidate. If you flip through a history book, every single president in U.S. history has come with some baggage. Hillary has her emails and Trump has his tax records and comments about women and Muslims and Mexicans. Nixon had Watergate, Lincoln was in favor of creating … Continue reading Why You Should Vote on November 8th