Why the saying “God chose [black] for this position” insults both me and religion
Here is today in international news: Egypt faces a key human rights challenge as two of its staunch defenders are put on trial. In a country where freedom of the press is not always, if ever, acknowledged, Hossam Bahgat, founder of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights and Gamal Eid, executive director of the Arabic Network… Continue reading A Daily Rundown- May 19
Here is what occurred today around the world. Oregon increased its minimum wage. Now, the western state boasts the highest minimum wage in the country at $14.75 in urban areas. Nigeria has shut down one of its cattle markets. Officials claimed that this market was helping finance the terrorist group Boko Haram, but the public is… Continue reading A Daily Rundown- March 4th
Good evening! After a very eventful day in politics, here are the essential bits that you should know. Mitt Romney and Donald Trump are at war. The former presidential hopeful shot down the last chance that the current presidential hopeful had at finding a firm source of support among the GOP establishment. Romney called Trump… Continue reading A Daily Rundown- March 3rd
a briefing on today in news
Today is historic. Not because of the San Bernardino shooting that killed 14 people, or because two mass shootings occurred on the same day– which is scarily regular, but a government has finally said “Enough is enough”. And it wasn’t even the American government. Enter Australia, the Canada of the rest of the world. Australia… Continue reading Australia-America’s Savior From Gun Violence?