The 115th Congress will be the most racially diverse in the history of the United States with record numbers of Hispanics, African-Americans, and women of color serving in the … Continue Reading Lack of Representation in Congress: The Undermining of Our Democracy
Transparency and Accountability Regarding Mass Surveillance in the USA The “digital age” is full of secret doors to hide behind, laws you do not know you are breaking and full … Continue Reading Mass Surveillance in the USA
Donald McKinley Glover, also known as Childish Gambino is an American actor, comedian, director, songwriter, singer, and rapper. His rise to fame began back in 2009 with him … Continue Reading Awaken, My Love!-Music Review
We deserve a transparent government made and ran for the people, by the people and with the people. Many people, companies, and politicians would like to have policies in place … Continue Reading Transparency and Accountability in Government
This was my first election cycle in which I followed religiously for 15 plus months, petitioning, writing, and attending rallies. I worked to the best of my ability to ensure … Continue Reading Election 2016: The Clinton Campaign, The Democratic Party & Where To Go From Here
In his recent Democracy Declassified, Michael P. Colaresi evaluates the multi-dimensional state of national security with regard to transparency in democratic governments. Calling upon a wide spate of historical … Continue Reading Chapter Review: Michael Colaresi’s “Democracy Declassified” and the Efficacy of Oversight
The Tasks of the Trinity Section 3 of 3 (;Bonus article in draft;) Where I had left off, in the 2nd section of this anthology, I described the gaps between … Continue Reading ENLIGHTENMENT IN “THE FIRM”
A challenge to modern governments is a modern form of protest and activism.
On May 1, 1989, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a plurality opinion in the case of Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins finding in favor of the defendant, Ann … Continue Reading SCOTUS Case Review Part I: Price Waterhouse v. Ann Hopkins (1989)
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We are starting our very own political oriented radio show here at Rutgers-Camden airing Monday, Wednesday and Fridays beginning October 3,2016 at 10am! Make sure you tune in! WCCR is … Continue Reading The Midnight Minds Radio Show!
The first presidential debate the 2016 started off better than most expected. Donald Trump was holding his own with his stance on NAFTA and trade policies: he seemed relaxed and … Continue Reading My Reaction: Presidential Debate 2016