In recent years, many pundits have argued that shifting demographics are giving Democrats an Electoral College and popular vote advantage. The electorate is gradually becoming less white and more educated. Since nonwhite voters and college-educated voters tend to vote Democratic, this seems like a reason to celebrate within the Democratic Party. At the same time, … More Clinton v. Trump: Demographics Shifting?
After analyzing the financial and economic implications of Donald Trump’s immigration plan, it is now reasonable to turn to Hillary Clinton’s plan. Her plan differs from Trump’s in distinct ways that could impact the economy significantly. Clinton lays out a few specific policy positions on her campaign website; analyzing hers after Trump’s will help us … More 2016 Economics: Clinton’s Immigration Plan
The campaign for the office of the 45th President of the United States is nearing its end, and both candidates claim that they have the plan for economic growth. Donald Trump argues that the nation has been on the wrong track for decades due to weak and corrupt leaders. He proposes that the country needs … More 2016 Economics: Trump’s Immigration Plan
Most American voters today were not alive for the enactment of Social Security in 1935. The 81-year-old bill may not be known in all its intricacies and history especially to young people who probably are not thinking about retirement yet. However, most people know at least somewhat about the massive social welfare program. The legislation … More Keeping Social Security Alive
The 44th President of the United States. Barack Obama. The first black president of the country. Regardless of what the man achieved in office, his presidency made history all by itself. While that racial achievement will impact the future of this nation forever, his policies will as well. That is why it is crucial to … More 8 Years Later: Evaluating Obama’s Economy
Illegal immigration in the United States has become an extremely divisive and partisan issue. Tones of nationalism stem from the discussion of whether strong borders are necessary for the existence of a nation. As Donald Trump–the 2016 Republican nominee for president–has said, “If we don’t have borders, we don’t have a country.” However, beyond evaluating … More Reforming Immigration
Hillary Clinton: perhaps one of the most liked and most disliked people ever in U.S. politics. Democrats love her. Republicans despise her. As she runs for president in 2016, she is the second least liked person ever to compete for the office–only beaten out in that regard by Donald Trump, who also happens to be … More “Hill No!” or “I’m with Her!”?