OurWeek in Politics (April 16, 2019-April 23, 2019)
2020 Presidential Election

OurWeek in Politics (April 16, 2019-April 23, 2019)

Here are the main events that occurred in Politics this week: 1. Redacted Version of Mueller Report Issued To Public Ending months of suspense, Attorney…

Supreme Court Holds Hearings On Congressional Gerrymandering Case
American Law

Supreme Court Holds Hearings On Congressional Gerrymandering Case

The Supreme Court returned to the subject of partisan gerrymandering on March 26, appearing divided along ideological lines as it considered for a second time…

What is Copyright Law?
American Law

What is Copyright Law?

A Copyright is a form of legal protection automatically provided to the authors of “original works of authorship,” including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works….

President Donald Trump Reportedly Said He Wanted Justice Department to Prosecute His Political Opponents 

According to a New York Times article published on November 20, President Donald Trump told the White House counsel in the spring that he wanted…

“10 Minutes: Trump One Year President” Video Response
American Economics

“10 Minutes: Trump One Year President” Video Response

This video by PressTV presents a review of President Donald Trump’s first full year in office. One year has passed since Donald Trump has been…

Ivanka Trumps SHOES!
American Law

Ivanka Trumps SHOES!

News Break folks, the newest fashions are in. Walking on poor people is the new style. In China, Ivanka Trump’s factory has been sighted for…

4 Reasons Why President Trump’s Immigration Executive Order is Wrong
American Law

4 Reasons Why President Trump’s Immigration Executive Order is Wrong

Almost two weeks ago, President Donald Trump issued an executive order banning immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries (Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Sudan, and Somalia),…

Is Ted Cruz Eligible to run for President?
2016 Presidential Election

Is Ted Cruz Eligible to run for President?

A major consideration within American politics is the eligibility requirements of the President, in particular, the question of the “natural born” citizenship requirement. The Constitution…

Crtitque of the Electoral College System
American History

Crtitque of the Electoral College System

During the debate over the ratification of the Constitution in the late 1780s, a series of essays known as the Federalist Papers were written. Primarily…

Is President Obama’s Immigration Executive Constitutional?
American Law

Is President Obama’s Immigration Executive Constitutional?

The issue of immigration reform in the United States has ignited a series of political debates over the last few years and has increased the…