Donald Trump has this whole “Presidential” thing figured out.
In recent years, the US has sent advisers, money, and weapons to the Syrian rebels, but we are only making it worse by choosing a side. The United States would destabilize the Middle East further and possibly create another situation similar to Iraq in any further attempt to depose the Syrian government.
Trump bags more than a turkey this Thanksgiving season.
Two days ago, Donald John Trump shocked the world with his victory over Hillary Rodham Clinton in the presidential election. Some people may be disgusted, some may be ecstatic, and some may never want to think about politics again. But now is not the time to disengage from the political process.
Question 3 on the ballot is forcing Massachusettsians to come face-to-face with the harsh realities of the animal farming industry, while also giving voters an opportunity to better it.
Ballot Question 4 is one of the most controversial questions that Massachusetts voters will be faced with on election day. Voting YES on this question would not only benefit Massachusetts, it would push America in the direction of legalizing marijuana federally which would provide huge benefits.
Despite its position as America’s governing economic philosophy, neoliberalism is almost never mentioned in the mainstream political realm. Its invisibility, as well as its corrosive effects on the social fabric of America, makes it exceedingly dangerous, thus an apt description is desperately needed.
In a state actively trying to combat its drug issues, it is foolish to legalize what is commonly known as a gateway drug that can lead users to future substance abuse. So while legalization of marijuana in Massachusetts for recreational use will bring great amounts of money into the state, its real cost is much greater: the well-being and safety of New Englanders.
On February 18, 2016, real estate developer Eugene McCain created the “Horse Racing Jobs and Education Committee” to campaign in favor of Question 1. Question 1, according to the committee’s official site, will give Massachusetts residents the “opportunity to vote Yes [for] funding important local public works projects” and for “better funding for our children’s schools.” What this really means is that McCain will be allowed to open a slots parlor in Revere. His proposal should be treated with caution.