2 min read Lawmakers and President Trump’s administration have officially reached an agreement Wednesday, March 25, on a $2 trillion stimulus deal.
2 min read Now I realize that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad is capable of doing anything to keep the presidency throne. Now that he is protected from Russia and Iran, he commits all kind of crimes and violations to his people, but does America have a say in that?
3 min read There are some countries still haven’t recovered from the destruction hurricane Maria caused. Puerto Rico was hit directly in its’s path, causing multiple tragedies and catastrophe. Even though it occurred back in September, conditions were terrible enough for one Radford student to make a move.
2 min read On a cold and windy 25 degrees morning, nearly two hundred Radford University students, faculty, and staff gathered at the campus fountain in a peaceful protest to push for gun reform.
3 min read “Is society too sensitive?” is a loaded question and the answer I give may offend some people.
2 min read The recent trending hashtag “#releasethememo,” has culminated in the official declassification of the now infamous congressional memo detailing the FISA issued surveillance of the former Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page.
3 min read There have been 18 Government shutdowns in U.S. history. Six of those were in the late 1970’s ranging from 8 to 17 days. The most prolonged government shutdown in history was in late 1995, this lasted for three weeks, sending thousands of government employees without paychecks. There was one in 2013 lasted for 16 days, but of course…