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Israeli Soldier Convicted of Manslaughter

After a long and suspenseful nine months, the military court has finally come to a decision: IDF sergeant Elor Azaria has been convicted of manslaughter for shooting a wounded Palestinian terrorist last year in Hebron. On March 24, 2016, a camera caught Elor Azaria shooting a wounded Palestinian terrorist. Prior to this incident, the terrorist more »

The GOP’s Plans to Transform America

When President-Elect Donald J. Trump is inaugurated on January 20th, America will once again experience a Republican-dominated White House and Congress, a phenomenon that has not occurred for over a decade. A largely conservative government, however, will surely have harsh political repercussions on the various policies put forth during the Obama Administration. An ambitious Republican-led more »

Has President Trump Gone Too Far?

Millions of citizens across the country praise President Donald J. Trump’s conservative vision for America. In pursuit of this intense conservative agenda, however, Trump may have crossed the line – even in the eyes of his staunchest supporters. On Friday, January 27, at the Pentagon, Trump expressed that he would be enacting stringent new measures more »

The General Election is My Super Bowl

I woke up on November 8th, the morning of the 2016 United States Presidential Election, riddled with anxiety, nerves high. Later that same day, I stumbled across an article in the New York Times describing a phenomenon that the author calls “election stress syndrome.” The article explained this simply to be heightened stress levels that occur more »

The 2016 Presidential Election Polling Couldn’t Have Been Trusted

In the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Clinton was the undisputed favorite going into election night—Tuesday, November 8. Supporters of her opponent, Donald Trump, could only hope he’d overcome the overwhelming polls in Clinton’s favor, while Clinton supporters were able to just sit back and relax, up until election night. To the majority of people in more »