Climate Genocide

In my first blog post, I briefly mentioned a United Nations report that estimated between 200 million and 1 billion climate refugees by 2050 if nothing is done about the climate crisis. I drew a comparison between those numbers...

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1/6/21

January 6, 2021, is a day that will either live in infamy or mark the beginning of a violent trend towards authoritarianism across the world. Today, terrorists who were fueled by years of wild conspiracy theories and...

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$15

The minimum wage has been the subject of some of the most polarizing political and economic debates in the past century. It was once universally accepted that an increase in wages would unambiguously raise unemployment, but new...

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Bidenomics

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a devastating economic recession that has forced unprecedented levels of fiscal and monetary policy. Economists are beginning to rethink the economy in ways that could revolutionize the field...

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What now?

With the votes finally counted in the days-long 2020 presidential election, Joe Biden has emerged victorious in both the popular and the electoral vote with a comfortable margin. The “Trumpists” unfounded accusations of...

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