I had a brief conversation with Sen. Bernie Sanders about Hillary Clinton. We talked about many things, but mainly, we talked about her accomplishments and her long history of progressiveness.
For the poor and for those who struggle with their legal status, the American dream is unattainable. For whom then is the American dream possible? And what does it take to reach your dreams?
In the first part of this essay, I introduce the First Amendment right to Freedom of Speech. Here I introduce the several interpretations or the way that our freedom of speech has been evaluated by the U.S Supreme Court over time, as well as how it is restricted, how much latitude we have, and when...
When we look ourselves in the mirror, we can learn so much about ourselves if we look hard enough. It's hard to confront ourselves in this way, but doing so, gives you a compass in life.
Some pictures make us nostalgic, happy, sad, or angry. Other times we ran into pictures that challenge our comfort zone and educe us into action. A picture that freezes a moment of indescribable pain, hopelessness and death, undeniably borrows into our hearts and touches us forever.
To learn a new language, we must start from the beginning just as children do. In this way, learning becomes natural and easier to do.
Our interaction with others can be a lasting learning experience, but when we learn to respect another person's beliefs, we also change ourselves in the process.
Philosophers in the early modern period, raised the question of the nature of morality:Is it a feature of the world independently of human beings? And if so how do we know it?Or is it intimately connected to human beings?
Have you ever wanted to say something but ended up saying something else? Or, have you ever been in the opposite situation, where someone said something to you and you had some trouble trying to understand what the person was actually trying to say?