The [un]Affordable Care Act

The White House is reporting that over seven million Americans have signed up for the Affordable Care Act as of last Monday’s deadline, after which those who didn’t sign up would be subject to a fine. About two thirds of these enrollees had their previous plans cancelled by the law and are not newly insured. […]

Have American citizens proved that spending billions on security is futile?

In the post 9-11 world, we spend billions of tax dollars out of fear that we will one day see another major terrorist attack on U.S. soil. While no Americans want to see another attack, some Americans have proven that the majority of our post 9-11 security systems wouldn’t have stopped the attacks, and may […]

Media v. Morality: Which side are you on?

Natalie Grant, a nominee for the Christian music award, walked out of the Grammy’s, causing an uproar on social media. “We left the Grammy’s early. I’ve many thoughts about the show tonight, most of which are probably better left inside my head,” Grant posted on her Twitter account. Grant also posted, “I’ve never been more […]

Family of MLK Won Lawsuit in Attempt to Change History Books

In what the New York Times called an “unlikely alliance,” the family of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. hired the attorney of his convicted assassin. You may need to re-read that first sentence, but that’s because this is one of the most underreported stories in American history. The King family filed a civil suit in 1999 with […]