Americas, USA, Opinion, Politics, Editor's Choice
Education is a key part of the American dream, theoretically available to those who work hard enough. Self-motivation and having an industrious attitude toward study is promoted as the ticket to a better life, with the “git ‘r done” mindset as present in education as outside of it.
Americas, USA, Human Rights, Politics
Recent articles have suggested that anti-intellectualism is on the rise, spurring fear that the “dumbing down” of America is occurring, especially with the results of the recent elections.
The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), also known as the Bakken Pipeline, spans 1,172 miles – from the Bakken oil fields in northwest North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois. The $3.7 billion project boasts job creation, the safe and cost-effective transportation of oil, and environmental protection by reducing train and truck transportation.
Asia-Pacific, Malaysia, Opinion
Of all the theories out there, the theory of a shadow government is the most popular. A google search will reveal thousands of informational sites claiming to be able to prove the existence of a cryptocracy, or shadow government, that runs parallel to many other governments.
USA, Opinion, Politics
There are several theories on what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the passenger plane that disappeared on March 8th, 2014 while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Americas, USA, Politics
Since November 22, 1963, the world has been fascinated with creating theories about John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
Europe, Spain, Politics
Insulted and dismissed by the media and the majority of the Republican Party, current Ohio governor and presidential candidate John Kasich stands no chance at winning the nomination. His delegate count of 144 pales in comparison to Trump’s 752 and Cruz’s 463.
Europe, Spain, Human Rights, Politics
Since the fall of Franco, the citizens of Spain have lived in fear of a new dictator, the population’s commitment to voting for more socialist parties stemmed from this fear due to conservative parties historically having supported Franco’s dictatorship.
The “Tres mil viviendas” in Seville, Spain is the most dangerous place in the city. This neighborhood, on the very edge of the city limits, is where gypsies, refugees, and most non-Western “poor” migrants live.