Our Leadership Crisis: Donald Trump’s COVID-19 Failure

It has been nearly a month since COVID-19 landed on our shores and led the United States into its worst crisis since the Great Recession. An estimated 216,000 United States citizens have the virus, while so far around 5,000 have passed away as a result. These numbers are likely to change as we are currently … Continue reading Our Leadership Crisis: Donald Trump’s COVID-19 Failure

Understanding Historical Revisionism

History is perhaps one of the most important fields in academia, and one which has a significant influence on everyday life. Every aspect of our politics revolves around what happened in the past, while today many of the issues in the so-called "culture wars" are issues that are often dealt with in the realm of … Continue reading Understanding Historical Revisionism

It’s Morning Again: Ronald Reagan and the 1984 Presidential Election

During the 1984 Presidential election, the nation's 40th President Ronald Wilson Reagan faced re-election for a second term in the White House. The race was an easy one, President Reagan winning one of the largest electoral and popular landslides in history. Three major factors can be attributed to this victory. These factors include the rise … Continue reading It’s Morning Again: Ronald Reagan and the 1984 Presidential Election