Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, there have been millions of protesters lining the streets with “Not My President” signs proudly in hand. Men, women, children, and even celebrities have joined the movement. There have been more protesters than there were attendees at Trump’s inauguration.
While I’m all for protesting and exercising one’s First Amendment right’s, the fact of the matter is he is our president. And he’ll be our president for the next four years unless impeached. Continue reading “How to Survive Trump’s Presidency”
Recently people have questioned the credibility and integrity of the alleged Donald Trump assault victims. So far sixteen women have accused Donald Trump of sexual assault. Their cases span over a period of a decade and range from Trump deliberately walking into a women’s dressing room to him raping a young girl. Many people claim that because the alleged victims waited for a lengthy period of time and neglected to tell the authorities immediately, their stories are not credible. A.J. Delgado, one of Trump’s surrogates, told MSNBC reporter Chris Hayes that the allegations are completely untrue. “These allegations are decades old. If somebody actually did that, Chris, any reasonable woman would have come forward and said something at the time,” Delgado stated.
Any victim’s accusation is worth listening to, regardless of the situation, suspect, or time. There will be times when the stories or accusations are proven false. Despite this, every case is to be fairly approached with two victims in mind: the accused and the accuser. Continue reading “The Waiting Period”
Why do people like Donald Trump? The question consistently haunted me over the weekend. Despite, finding answers, I still don’t have a concrete solution.
Trump’s points are known to be outlandish and crude. He has been compared to such notorious fictional and non-fictional characters like Hitler and even Lord Voldemort. Trump has offended and others with his racist, sexist, and religious intolerant remarks. So why do people still support him? Continue reading “The Trump Phenomenon”
Politics is no game, so why are we treating it like so? Politics have always been somewhat theatrical, with politician’s dramatic gestures and rehearsed speeches. Continue reading “Politics or Entertainment”