Fusion power is a long way off despite breakthrough

Fusion research proves it could become our next main energy source in the future, though not anytime soon. Don’t get your hopes up too much. Last December, an important step in making fusion power a reality was achieved — but that doesn’t mean that fusion is right around the corner. Although this was the first […]

Putin has a history of behaving in an irrational manner in the perspective of many Americans. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

It’s time the U.S. takes a stronger approach to Russia

The U.S. response to Russia’s aggression is historically weak. It’s time for the U.S. to change tactics. As Russian forces in Ukraine continue to make blunder after blunder, Putin continues to remind everyone of his willingness to use nuclear weapons. Although the fact that he’s saying he is willing to doesn’t mean that he actually […]

Biden’s loan forgiveness plan is making things worse

Biden aimed to help low-income college students in debt. Instead, he screwed every taxpayer in the country and gave colleges the greenlight to raise tuition skyhigh. I have no doubt that most of us are already aware of the Biden Administration’s plan to cancel up to $10,000 of federal loan debt, $20,000 for those who […]

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China’s disastrous actions warrant US separation

The United States ought to continue to decouple its economy from that of the People’s Republic of China. Our dependence on power-hungry and despotic authoritarian regimes is dangerous and unnecessary. In an interview with Chinese state-run news outlet Global Times, former Ethnic and Religious Affairs Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political […]

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US compared to the world on COVID-19

As the U.S. surpasses other countries for the highest amount of confirmed cases, we are lagging behind in testing internationally. The COVID-19 pandemic is arguably the most significant epidemiological event since the 1918 Spanish Flu. Different countries at different stages of outbreak have handled the pandemic in dramatically different ways. On account of that, it […]

Xianjiang’s distance from the coast has made integrating difficult. courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Chinese government has tried to destroy Uighur culture

By forcing the Uighurs into internment camps, the government has begun an ethnic cleansing. If you thought Western neocolonialism was bad, wait ‘til you get a load of Chinese neocolonialism. In China’s western provinces, and especially in Tibet and Xinjiang, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is engaged in ethnic cleansing. As of May 2019, the […]

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Televised impeachment hearings make for a spectacle

Making these hearings more accessible is the right thing to do despite the drawbacks. I’m not going to bother devoting much time to the actual content of the impeachment hearings, because it’s basically just red politicians versus blue politicians, and the ultimate outcome is already set in stone if you ask me. (The House will […]

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Permitless carry bill unlikely to affect gun related crime rates

Though supporters and critics of the law have labeled it the end all of gun laws, that simply isn’t true. Oklahoma House Bill 2597, which was passed in February and went into effect recently, legalizes permitless carry (also known as constitutional carry) of firearms for anyone who is allowed to own a firearm. To some, […]

“OK boomer” follows horseshoe theory

Millennials and boomers mock each other in similar ways. Watching arguments between these two generations is kind of like watching Instagram influencers flock to Chernobyl ⁠—they’re both rife with cancer. All this has happened before, and all this will happen again. From Hesiod’s “Ages of Man” and the deterioration seen there to the Biblical Fall […]

Chances of a no-deal Brexit only increase after EU extension

With another parliamentary election coming in December, Johnson could get the numbers he needs. Brexit has been delayed, again. The initial vote for the U.K. to leave the EU was in June 2016, three-and-a-half years ago, and the actual act of leaving has been delayed three times now. This is, by nature, a polarizing issue […]