That is what makes America so great: our true dedication to free speech and in building a diverse nation of many into one.
The United States holds the keys to resolve the crisis in Venezuela. America’s inaction in the matter strengthens the Maduro regime, but involvement might prove decisive.
If we never get back our ability to smell this rancid cologne – if we allow ourselves to become desensitized to Trump’s ignorance, his arrogance, his shocking lack of compassion and his blatant bigotry – we may make a collective choice on November 8 that we cannot undo.
Brock Turner has brought attention to sentencing in rape cases. Conor Young, a Trinity University student, states “So, the stage is set. All of the success he achieved in swimming contributed to the building of a boy who — according to official reports by his own female teammates — was uncomfortable to be around.”
Donald Trump has dominated the media through the 2016 election. Thomas M. Harvell-DeGolier, a student at Trinity University, states “Unable to bear scrutiny and negative press, Trump acts impulsively and petulantly by banning newspapers and journalists.”
The future of the South China Sea and other disputed waters will be decided
by China’s approach to international maritime law.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s history is inextricably linked to conflict minerals. The international community should revisit stronger oversight.