The United States has become polarized on issues surrounding gun control and the 2nd Amendment. However, research and statistics provide enlightening conclusions about the effectiveness of gun control.
Essay: Is firearm ownership more dangerous than we think?
Most firearms in the U.S. are not being used for protection purposes. Instead, firearms have a close correlation with an increase in firearm injury and deaths within the home.
America’s surprising colonial history with abortion
Despite contrary beliefs, the United States has a long history that supports the act of abortion.
Opinion: The purpose of police
As police violence increases in the US disproportionately targeting Black people, it is essential to reexamine their purpose and implement safer alternatives.
Opinion: Do wealthy people work less?
Working harder to earn more is a fabricated lie designed to make working class Americans bear the brunt of the work.
Opinion: How capitalism exacerbates social issues
American capitalism has consequences outside of the United States.
Opinion: The duality of Steve Jobs – A successful man who mistreated his people
Steve Jobs’ character is reflected in his business success and his interactions with his people: he’s great because his companies were great, but he’s also horrible because he treated his people horribly.
Opinion: Automation is bad for the workplace
Automation can give us cheap labor, but it takes away our jobs and our humanity.
Opinion: Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy has the ‘right stuff’
Zelensky’s leadership encouraged his people to fight and resist the Russian invasion by any means necessary.
Opinion: The American immigration myth
The misconception that immigrants hurt the U.S. economy is vastly incorrect,