Scandals in the chief executive election expose the lack of public input in government and shaking the population’s faith in the system.
Whatever the reason may be, it is undeniable that the United States has taken a harsher line with Iran than with Syria or Sudan.
It seems to take a marketing campaign to catch the attention of the world. When in history has such a horrific scene organically become a popular enough cause to create change?
Popularity does not exist without critics, some bringing up valid concerns, others refusing to “join the charitable band wagon” just because it’s cool to disagree.
Sting operations make the world seem a terribly dangerous place, justifying expensive and extensive Wars on Drugs and Terror. Are they justified?
Invisible Children made a great video. But there are other ways to get rid of Kony that don’t include violence or the American military.
If our idea of justice rests on a legal basis, can there be no justice for a bully if he stops short of the criminal line? A look at a hate crime trial.
Palestinian nonviolent youth activist and PolicyMic pundit Fadi Quran was released from an Israeli prison after posting bail Tuesday.
Pop culture is so much keener to look past Brown’s felony, and not other sexual crimes. Why?
It is up to this generation to move the issues forward. It is our responsibility to continue our mothers’ battle and the next issue on the agenda is rape culture.