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Nicholas Golina

Undergraduate at the University of Akron

The Reality of Social Justice in America An Explanation of White Privilege from White Person to White Person " >

The Reality of Social Justice in America An Explanation of White Privilege from White Person to White Person

Recent events on Kent State University’s campus have launched a conversation about white privilege in America. The former Kent State student, Kaitlin Bennett, was allowed by the police to carry a fire arm on campus in protest against the University’s policy…

0 Comments / 150 View / May 18, 2018

The Most Immoral False Equivalency in US History A Look Into President Trump’s Failure to Stand for Racial Justice" >

The Most Immoral False Equivalency in US History A Look Into President Trump’s Failure to Stand for Racial Justice

In the wake of the tragic events in Charlottesville, with the killing of Heather Heyer, the time was then for the country to receive strong executive leadership to prevent future destructive racist forces within our society. Instead, the US president…

0 Comments / 147 View / August 18, 2017

Is Ivanka Trump’s Policy Platform Feminist?

It was July 21st 2016, at the Republican National Convention, when Ivanka Trump gave her speech in support of her father (Donald Trump) for President of the United States of America. Ivanka Trump promised that the Donald Trump would fight…

0 Comments / 91 View / June 19, 2017

The Necessity of Religious Evolution Why Absolute Truth must be disembodied from Theology" >

The Necessity of Religious Evolution Why Absolute Truth must be disembodied from Theology

In the present time, according to the Pew Research Center, there are five major religions and numerous folk religions in the world. Each of them has different stories to tell, different inspirations to act from, and different beliefs on the…

0 Comments / 282 View / June 8, 2016

Vladimir Putin Nostalgic Blindness A Critique of the Russian Federation’s Unsustainable Foreign Policy with Ukraine" >

Vladimir Putin Nostalgic Blindness A Critique of the Russian Federation’s Unsustainable Foreign Policy with Ukraine

“Anyone who does not regret the demise of the Soviet Union has no heart . Anyone who wants to restore it has no brains.” This quotation from President Vladimir Putin is indicative of the current Russian approach to international and…

0 Comments / 232 View / May 21, 2016

America’s Distortionary Taxation A review of the optimal path to reform our tax policy" >

America’s Distortionary Taxation A review of the optimal path to reform our tax policy

In the wake of the Panama Papers, the United States has an opportunity to act on the flaws of the current international system, which has precipitated a rampant rise in economic inequality, through the immoral tax avoidance tactics of the…

0 Comments / 205 View / April 22, 2016

A Philosophical Right to Higher Education

The first question that must be asked when discussing rights and whether higher education is a right is how do we derive rights in the first place? The answer to this question lies in the creation of a criterion that…

0 Comments / 121 View / November 29, 2015

The Virtue of Diplomacy with Iran: My Take and a Rebuttal of “Everything Wrong With the Iranian Nuclear Deal”

The current negotiations with Iran have been fraught with an intentional and unintentional ignorance of the consequential effects of a nuclear deal. That ignorance has laid the groundwork for conflict on issues that can be solved with political solutions. Ignorance…

0 Comments / 109 View / September 15, 2015

The Chinese and American Parameters for Resolution

[section_title title=First page title] Since the opening to China under President Richard Nixon, the American-Chinese relationship underwent incremental improvements. America’s approach to China was one of friendship and engagement instead of previous containment and mutual distrust. The Chinese embraced our…

0 Comments / 145 View / July 26, 2015

The Roots of Terrorism in the Middle East

Terrorism in the current era has an unusually Arab flare. The region in the status quo is plagued by politically-motivated violence in the name of Islam. According to the Institute for Economics and Peace in the 2014 ranking on the…

0 Comments / 330 View / July 16, 2015