Good Intentions, Bad Results: Biden Administration Veers HARD in Wrong Direction on Censorship and Free Speech

Good Intentions, Bad Results: Biden Administration Veers HARD in Wrong Direction on Censorship and Free Speech

In an attempt to combat COVID-19 disinformation, the Biden administration is harming free speech and social media censorship.

How Should Indigenous People Be Incorporated Into Western Society?

How Should Indigenous People Be Incorporated Into Western Society?

Following the discovery of mass graves at Canada’s residential schools, how should Canada approach the indigenous issue? Six countries may hold the answer.

VP Harris Misses the Point on Guatemala and Immigration

VP Harris Misses the Point on Guatemala and Immigration

By Quentin Choy June 9, 2021 Vice President Kamala Harris recently went on her first foreign trip as vice president to Mexico and Guatemala to deal with the issue of migration and asylum seekers from the region. Harris echoed already existing migration policy saying that those who tried to cross the U.S. border would be…

U.S. Commits to Share 80 Million COVID-19 Vaccines Globally

U.S. Commits to Share 80 Million COVID-19 Vaccines Globally

By Quentin Choy June 3, 2021 The Biden administration announced its plans by the end of June to distribute 80 million COVID-19 vaccines to countries around the world, especially to those who are suffering from variants and increased cases such as India and Brazil. Regions such as Latin America and Southeast Asia are also emphasized.…

Biden and Governors Collaborate to Incentivize Vaccines, CDC Eases Mask Recommendations

Biden and Governors Collaborate to Incentivize Vaccines, CDC Eases Mask Recommendations

By Quentin Choy May 13, 2021 On May 11, President Biden held a virtual meeting with a bipartisan group of governors to discuss COVID-19 vaccinations. Included in the meeting was Governor Mills of Maine (D), Governor DeWine of Ohio (R), Governor Cox of Utah (R), Governor Walz of Minnesota (D), Governor Baker of Massachusetts (R),…

Anti-American Sentiments on the Rise in India Due to U.S. Inaction on COVID-19

Anti-American Sentiments on the Rise in India Due to U.S. Inaction on COVID-19

By Quentin Choy May 3, 2021 With around 19 million confirmed cases of coronavirus cases ravaging India, and with a reluctant United States to send vaccine support, anti-American sentiments in India is on the rise and for good reason. Startling images of mass cremations have startled the world as India deals with a massive outbreak…

Biden’s Address to Congress: The Good, Bad, Missing, and the Unsure

Biden’s Address to Congress: The Good, Bad, Missing, and the Unsure

By Quentin Choy April 29, 2021 Yesterday, Joe Biden gave an address to a joint session of Congress after his first 100 days in office. He flaunted his successes and laid out what issues he and his administration wants to tackle next. In my last post, “Biden Prepares to Address Congress; Compared to Lyndon Johnson,”…

Biden Prepares to Address Congress; Compared to Lyndon Johnson

Biden Prepares to Address Congress; Compared to Lyndon Johnson

By Quentin Choy April 28, 2021 I’ve written a lot about Joe Biden on this blog, and recently I’ve been hearing comparisons of him and his legislative agenda to that of one of my favorite presidents, Lyndon Johnson. While I vehemently oppose Johnson’s escalation of the war in Vietnam which led to him not running…

As U.S. Recovers, COVID-19 Pandemic Ravages Developing World – WHO Identifies This as Pandemic’s Worst Point Ever

As U.S. Recovers, COVID-19 Pandemic Ravages Developing World – WHO Identifies This as Pandemic’s Worst Point Ever

By Quentin Choy April 26, 2021 In the U.S., many Americans are receiving their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. I have received mine about 20 minutes before I sat down to write this. Simultaneously, Japan has vaccinated just over 1% of its population, raising concerns over the country’s ability to host the Olympics in…

Media, Democrats, Republicans, and War Hawks Ally to Stay in Afghanistan

Media, Democrats, Republicans, and War Hawks Ally to Stay in Afghanistan

By Quentin Choy April 15, 2021 Following President Biden’s announcement that he has decided to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan, thereby ending the longest war in American history, much of Washington D.C.’s greatest actors are lining up in a show of force against him. Democrats such as Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Republicans such as Lindsey…

America’s Longest War: Biden Seeks to End 20 Year Long Afghanistan War and Bring Troops Home

America’s Longest War: Biden Seeks to End 20 Year Long Afghanistan War and Bring Troops Home

President Joe Biden has announced plans to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan by September 11, ending the 20 year long Afghanistan War. The war was declared against the Taliban government in response to their refusal to hand over Osama bin Laden following the September 11 attacks. Being the longest war in United States history, many…

Shift: How the Democratic Party Went From the Party of the New Deal to the Party of Neoliberalism

Shift: How the Democratic Party Went From the Party of the New Deal to the Party of Neoliberalism

By Quentin Choy April 7, 2021 The shift from the Keynesian, New Deal era in the 1930s to the rise of laissez-faire capitalism and neoliberalism in the 1980s and 1990s was the largest transformation in 20th century American economic history. Both Republicans and Democrats took steps and enacted policies that killed the New Deal’s economic…

Lisa Murkowski Cannot Lose Her Seat

Lisa Murkowski Cannot Lose Her Seat

By Quentin Choy March 30, 2021 Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) is up for reelection in 2022, and a Republican primary challenger, Kelly Tshibaka has announced that she would challenge Senator Murkowski for her Senate seat. Tshibaka serves as the state commissioner of administration in Alaska, and she stated that she would step down from her…

Saudi Arabia Proposes Cease-fire in Yemen

Saudi Arabia Proposes Cease-fire in Yemen

By Quentin Choy March 22, 2021 The Saudi government has proposed a cease-fire to the Houthi rebels in Yemen amid Yemeni Civil War which began back in 2014. The proposal would allow a reopening of the Sana’a International Airport which according to The Hill, has not seen regular commercial flights since 2015. The civil war…

Aging Dems Being Put to Pasture?

Aging Dems Being Put to Pasture?

By Quentin Choy March 20, 2021 The ages of prominent Democrats in all three branches of government are being examined. President Joe Biden, Senator Dianne Feinstein, and Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer are being considered too old by several in the party for their current positions.  Senator Feinstein (D-CA), is the oldest serving U.S. Senator…

Weed Gets Staffers Weeded From White House

Weed Gets Staffers Weeded From White House

By Quentin Choy March 19, 2021 According to The Daily Beast, dozens of White House staffers have been “suspended, asked to resign, or placed in a remote work program” because of marijuana use in the past. Many staffers, most of whom are young were told that they wouldn’t be immediately disqualified for recreational usage of…

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