The electoral college has affirmed Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election. The septuagenarian president-elect is set to assume office on January 20, 2021. But the environment and political landscape in which he does will likely be hostile. This piece explores that hostility in detail.
The electoral college system has always been under sharp criticisms. Many have been calling for its abolition and with the election just over, the call is growing again. But the system was put in place for a purpose. This article explores that purpose in both historical and political contexts.
According to polls, Republicans seems doomed for a resounding defeat, both in the presidential race and in races for the control of Congress. But what's happened so far could be a tipping point for them and an opportunity they can utilize to regain their momentum in this consequential election cycle
During the VP debate, Kamala Harris made a spurious claim Abraham Lincoln in 1864 waited until after the election to fill a SCOTUS vacancy because he wanted the American people to decide who'd be the next president. While Lincoln did wait until the election ended, his primary reason was not so.
With the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden over, many are asking one question: who won? While it's clear there was no decisive victory by either side whatsoever, there's still a great deal to analyze in each segment of the debate to find out who had an edge over his opponent.
The death of the SCOTUS Justice Ginsburg left, not only remarkable sorrow across the nation, but also a political contention as to when to fill her vacant seat. Democrats are using Merrick Garland's case in 2016 to their avail, but history on a larger scale isn't on their side, much of the opposite.
Despite dismal polling results and forecasts, President Donald Trump still has a pathway to re-election. Even only 80 days away from election day, anything can happen, and they could turn the tide of this election. This article examines how a Trump triumph can still happen on November 3rd.
In the advent of Tara Reade's sexual assault allegation against Joe Biden, the left and the #MeToo movement have once again manifested their hypocrisy. Instead of employing #BelieveAllWomen trope we witnessed in 2018 when Brett Kavanaugh was accused, they're now defending Biden and condemning Reade.
Last Friday, a new piece of evidence said to contain explosive revelations regarding Michael Flynn's infamous case was released. From what his lawyer said in a court filing that same day, there's a foolproof case for his exoneration and retaliation against corrupt officials involved in framing him.
Amid this ongoing Coronavirus lockdown, protests have emerged in opposition to the stay-at-home orders, claiming they violate Constitutional rights. While that's true, the lockdown also has its own basis. Eventually, it has to come down to whether God-given liberties should be sacrificed for safety.
The WHO has been complicit in allowing the Coronavirus outbreak to become a pandemic by failing to inform the world and issue action guidelines in a punctual manner. President Trump's decision to halt its funding comes at the right time and with a firm, tangible justification.
Hydroxychloroquine is one of the words to hit the headlines in the past few weeks and one of the most hotly debated issues as well. While Trump's been pushing for its use against COVID-19, his critics rush to make bogus and misleading assertions in an attempt to oppose it out of their hatred of him.
Amid this Coronavirus pandemic, the media and the left, rather than rise to the occasion to unify the people and strengthen the soul of America, have engaged in incessant nitpicking of the president and furthered division in the country. That's a regrettable course of action that has to stop now.
If you look at polls from various sources, you'll find that they have President Trump underwater both at the national level and in crucial battleground states. But the reality might be different from what they say, much different. This article explains why.
After witnessing the anomalous closeness of the Texas Senate election in 2018, many people have jumped to the conclusion that the Lone Star State will turn Democratic in the very near future. However, I believe the likeliness of that scenario is quite low. In this article, I explain why I do so.
One of the most well-known stories about the Great Depression is that Herbert Hoover's reluctance to have the government interfere with the economy led the situation to deteriorate steeply. However, that is entirely false. It was instead Hoover's incessant intervention in the economy that did so.
The Kennedy Tax Cuts were the tax cuts pushed for by President John F. Kennedy, a Democrat, and implemented by the passage of the 1964 Revenue Act. This article is about its history and effects which were satisfactory and which make it one of the paradigms of remunerative tax cuts.
Taxation is a political issue that has been perpetually debated by Democrats and Republicans, and perhaps one of the most polarizing as each side of the aisle has its own strong belief. In this article, we are going to take a glance at what history suggests us as to this issue.
Socialism has made a great advance over the past few years and now has the potential to dominate America as its popularity is growing exponentially. But, it, if implemented, will adversely affect the entire country. That is why it is incumbent on us, every sane person, to reject it.
The Great Recession is known to be one of the most devastating economic downturns in U.S. history. However, what most people are not aware of is that one governmental policy on housing, not the Bush tax cuts or the partial repeal of 1930s banking legislation as some might believe, begendered it.