“I hope that after a couple of days of this very intensive program there will be a lot of happiness being shared, but I also hope that it will do a great deal of good for the United States and the United Kingdom,” British Ambassador Sir Peter Westmacott said. While fostering good relationship ties and … Continue reading
Author Archives: Ali Schutz
How the Republican “Wave” was Possible
Obama’s 2012 Presidential victory cinched 60 percent of the youth vote, causing many Republican insiders to question where the party was headed. Republicans were warned that they must “get diverse” to continue the party’s survival. The College Republican National Committee found that young people saw the party as “lacking in diversity” and “old-fashioned.” Republican National … Continue reading
Evading Same-Sex Marriage Ruling: Impact on Political Races
“#VirginiaIsForLovers”, tweeted Senator Mark Warner (D-VA.) in response to the U.S. Supreme Court announcement that it will not hear any of the seven cases brought before the highest court in the land regarding same-sex marriage. While some on the left rejoice that the court’s avoiding this decision is a victory within itself, those facing hotly … Continue reading
What’s the Impact of an Extra Dollar?
Recently the solution to decrease the wealth gap is to increase the living or minimum wage for workers. The Los Angelas City Council recently approved an increased minimum wage for hotel workers at establishments with at least 125 rooms to $15.37. New York Mayor de Blasio plans to sign an executive order to increase the … Continue reading
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