Month: January 2016

Climate Change: Is It Time to Act?

Climate Change: Is It Time to Act?

Climate Change is effectively one of the most severe and threatening issues that the human race has ever encountered. “Anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions together with those of other anthropogenic drivers, have been detected throughout the climate system and are extremely likely to have been the dominant cause of the observed […]

"TV Is Brain Washing"

Captivating the media brainwashing.

Does The Media Brainwash You?

There’s an enormous issue within American culture. The issue is the extensive brainwashing of individuals by corrupt media organizations and politicians who are paid off by wealthy corporations and individuals. It may seem to be a unique issue for American culture, but it’s a human trait and isn’t unique among Americans. It’s […]

Hundreds of 99% activists rallied on Capitol Hill. They were convened by several labor unions, Rebuild the Dream and MoveOn, among others. There was an interfaith reflection before protesters marched in front of the East side of the Capitol, where they unfurled a large banner and deposited their white flowers before proceeding to the Longworth House Office Building. Washington DC Dec. 8, 2011 © Rick Reinhard 2011

Bernie Sanders On Economic Inequality In America

Economic Inequality is a major issue that is facing the American People today. Economic Inequality is a considerable problem that I would like to explain thoroughly. However, for today I will cater to remaining brief so this issue can be tackled in small steps to avoid confusion in the future. […]

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Paul R. Knapp Learning Center in Des Moines, Iowa.
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Bernie Sanders Leads Against Hillary Clinton In Latest Polls

The 2016 presidential election is fast approaching and two of the main candidates in the race are Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. While the other major contender for the Democratic Party nomination is Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, his numbers are negligible when compared to Sanders and Clinton. Within […]