As the Presidential election is in the spotlight across the United States, we find ourselves in more and more discussions about the candidates we like and the issues that are important to us. As a student in Iowa just days before the caucuses, exposure to presidential campaigns seems impossible to avoid.
Gun control is about guns. However, gun politics aren't actually about guns, at all.
Another presidential election year is upon us, and for the fourth election cycle in a row, American military intervention in the Middle East is a hot topic. By my count, every candidate running in both parties has pledged to destroy or defeat the Islamic State.
In many recent elections, the candidates who raise the most money have the better shot at winning, so candidates must raise millions of dollars to win an election. A top question to consider in all elections: Where is the money coming from?
Considering religious freedom within the context of politics is important because of its implications on individuals, organizations, and society overall.
2016 has started out with many Americans running away from investments in stocks and many others waiting in long lines to buy a 1/292 million chance at a 1.6 billion dollar Powerball payout.