When I look in the mirror, I see the child who was bullied into thinking that she would never be good enough. I also see the adult who says that I should not let others define me, and that I am more than enough. […]
Female artists and entertainers deserve to be afforded the same respect as men when building their careers. Prominent men in the entertainment industry, such as Harvey Weinstein, tear this right away from women.
The goal of DACA is to provide working permits and protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. On Sept. 5, the Trump Administration made the nonsensical decision to rescind DACA, according to the New York Times. […]
One of the most prestigious filmmakers of our time, Guillermo del Toro — most famous for being at the helm of “Pan’s Labyrinth” and “Hellboy” — had something to say to the audience at the Venice Film Festival. […]
Initially, I wasn’t going to write this. After the election, I withheld my strong opinions since it would come off as one-sided and biased. However, more and more news outlets have recently come out with their reactions to the 2016 election. This has left me feeling so fed up that I need to say, “Enough is enough.”
Political pollsters have had a tough year. They failed to predict Brexit, a Donald Trump presidency and a Republican-controlled Senate (the loss of Russ Feingold, the lone dissenting Senate vote on the Patriot Act, being one of the most surprising). […]
Barack Obama will be remembered as one of the greatest president’s this country has ever had. He is not only the first president of color, but also a president who has drastically changed the world in which we live since he started running the country in 2008.
Those most disgusted by Trump’s comments about women in a tape that surfaced on Friday, Oct. 7, are those who never really liked him in the first place. On the other hand, the people who emphasize Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual assaults are likely to believe that Hillary Clinton should be in prison. […]
During every election, one cannot help but notice the political advertisements that tout the various candidates’ policy proposals. Inevitably, these ads contain plans such as “standing up to Wall Street” and “simplifying the tax code,” which have been recycled by other politicians for nearly half a century now. […]
In the midst of the political bickering, name-calling and all-around nasty shaming of the 2016 presidential election, there is one important and beautiful truth to point out: the system worked… at least for the Republicans. […]