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5 Things America Learned Since Trump Became President

On January 20, 2017, the 45th President of the United States was officially sworn into office.  Donald John Trump, Queens New York native and wealthy businessman is now the President of the United States. 766 more words


The Crisis of Social Liberalism - And Why We Need More of It

This article reflects my personal opinion.

On Friday was the inauguration of the new US president, Donald Trump. His speech, invoking a homogenous movement of the people, bore testimony to the threat that his presidency will constitute to a liberal society. 2,288 more words


Subtle Start of Censorship

The National Park Service tweeted showing the difference between the 2009 Obama inauguration attendance and the 2017 Trump attendance. The administration didn’t like that, and was ordered to suspend all tweeting on government accounts. 239 more words



Donald Trump’s new press secretary just held a press conference that was filled with lies, deceit, anger, rage, stupidity, and nonsense. He didn’t take any questions, and looked like he was brimming with hatred. 47 more words


Poetry: You Do Not Want The Truth

This is inspired by my very depressed mood recently which seems to be getting worse :(

You Do Not Want The Truth

Would anyone notice, 449 more words


Ashraf Fayadh Wins 2017 Oxfam Novib/PEN Award for Freedom of Expression

PEN International yesterday announced two winners of its 2017 Oxfam Novib/PEN Awards for Freedom of Expression: stateless Palestinian-Saudi poet Ashraf Fayadh (of Palestinian heritage, raised in Saudi), serving eight years and 800 lashes in prison, and Indian journalist Malini Subramanian: 212 more words