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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 / 137 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 / 129 View / May 21, 2016

Forget Science: Why Only Social Heat Will Stop the Global Ice From Melting

There are certain things out there that are just really, really overdone. We all know what these things are. It could be the Jewelry liquidation ad that has been playing on the car radio for the past eight months. Maybe…

0 Comments / 148 View / September 24, 2015

Hashtag This: Activism’s Online Downfall

Like to show your support. Retweet to make a difference. Share to save the world. Social media is calling us to action. The online advocacy world is redefining society’s view of social and political activism. As the world becomes increasingly…

0 Comments / 113 View / September 24, 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 / 54 View / September 15, 2015

The Body Politic: What if Values Were Sexy?

Money is like sex; everyone wants to have it. Without money, American politics looses its linchpin and thus, its relevance. If we think about it, very few political issues have nothing to do with money—who gets it, who loses it,…

0 Comments / 75 View / July 26, 2015

Everything That Offends Black People Is Not Racist

Imagine a black man of tall stature and brawny build walks onto an elevator wearing all black—baggy jeans, a hoody, and a face mask—and the only other occupant, an elderly white woman, instinctively clenches her purse and gasps in fear…

2 Comments / 526 View / July 25, 2015

Replicating the American Dream Overseas

As an intern at the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) this summer, a big issue that our office works on is nationwide immigration services and reform. While immigration has taken a backseat in the President’s…

0 Comments / 121 View / July 3, 2015

The Franchisaurus: Immune to Extinction

Twenty-two years after the warnings against over-commercialization from Steven Spielberg’s 1993 sci-fi film Jurassic Park, Hollywood is coming back at it again this summer with Jurassic World, the latest addition to the blockbuster franchise. After only one week of its…

1 Comment / 92 View / June 30, 2015

The Infinite Career Ladder to Nowhere

In the past, I noted how student debt can limit your options if you want to go work at a startup. When you take out student loans to get a degree, you open up some doors that are closed without…

0 Comments / 117 View / June 12, 2015