Why Abortion Is Not a Political Debate

Throughout my university degree so far with a Political Science major, I've heard a lot of opinions that I really don't agree with. However, I quickly learned that an open mind is an educated mind, and you will never expand yours if it's always cut off from hearing an opinion that is on the opposite … Continue reading Why Abortion Is Not a Political Debate

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What the Blackout in Venezuela Brought to Light

Last month, beginning on March 7th and spanning until exactly a week later on March 14th, the entire country of Venezuela was in a nation-wide blackout. Since then, the country has experienced several smaller blackouts in specific areas and other spottiness in power. The cause of the week-long blackout was reported to be by a … Continue reading What the Blackout in Venezuela Brought to Light

How the Mueller Report Became the Barr Report

In the weeks leading up to the release of the highly-anticipated Mueller Report, a comprehensive conclusion on the guilty or non-guilty nature of Donald Trump's role in the allegations of collusion with Russia during the 2016 presidential election, there were essentially two possible outcomes under two umbrellas of allegations. Robert Mueller, former FBI Director, could … Continue reading How the Mueller Report Became the Barr Report

Why Brazil is Desperate for Change and Searching in all the Wrong Places

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who is now being named the "Trump of the Tropics" promised the Brazilian people a drastic change if he were to be elected during his candidacy - a complete halt to the increased corruption of politicians and corporations in Brazil. Following "Operation Car Wash", a massive billion dollar money laundering scandal … Continue reading Why Brazil is Desperate for Change and Searching in all the Wrong Places

Why I think Michael Cohen is Telling the Truth

Mr. Cohen, Donald Trump's former personal lawyer and "fixer", finished his half-hour long testimony to the US Congress on Wednesday, February 27th. Naturally, I watched the entire thing. Even more naturally, I watched with bulging eyes an inch away from my computer screen with a hand slapped my mouth in disbelief at the amount of … Continue reading Why I think Michael Cohen is Telling the Truth

How my Opinion on the Canadian Trans Mountain Pipeline Completely Changed

This controversial, complex, deeply-rooted and multi-sided issue in current Canadian politics typically captures the perspectives of Canadians that can go one of two ways - you support the current construction of the pipeline across Canada to strengthen the economy and to provide Canadian jobs, or you disagree with construction to protect the environment and/or the … Continue reading How my Opinion on the Canadian Trans Mountain Pipeline Completely Changed